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In iMindMap 10 there a variety of different options available to you if you prefer to work from a template, if you repeat similar tasks on a regular basis or you want to save time.

 

Preloaded Templates

 

The first option is to use one of our pre-loaded templates:

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  • Go to File> New From Template
  • Keep the first option as “Template”
  • In options choose from a variety of Business, educational or personal themed templates by clicking on the one you want
  • Click start to begin your Mind Map using your chosen template

 Custom Templates- Template Wizard

You can use the template wizard to build your own, custom template:

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  • Go to File> New from template
  • Choose the second option “Wizard”
  • Click “Start” to bring up the Template Wizard

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  • Choose which type of template you’d like to create or click New Mind Map to create your own.
  • Click next

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  • Follow each of the steps to build the information in your template, click next to go to the next step
  • When you’re happy with your template, click start to create your Mind Map
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Creating Template from existing Mind Map

You can also save an existing mind map as a template that you’ll be able to open in the preloaded template section:

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  • Open your chosen Mind Map

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  • Go to File> Save as, then choose the third option “Template”

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  • Choose the name and category from your template so that you can easily locate it and add any additional details such as a description.
  • Click Save
  • To find your saved template go to File> New from Template> Template
  • Scroll down to search for your new template.

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  • You can filter the category by clicking on Education, Personal or Business

 

Import Templates

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You can import templates that you’ve downloaded from Biggerplate or that other iMindMap users have send to you:

 

  • File> New from Template
  • Click import to open a browser window
  • Locate the .imxt file you want to add and click “Open” to import it.

Translated Templates

Our pre-loaded templates are available in a range of different languages that you can import based on your preference.

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  • Go to File> New from Template
  • Stay in the first option “Template”
  • Click on “Get Translated Templates”
  • This will bring up a pop-up menu with the list of available languages.
  • Click in the box next to the language you want, then click “Download Templates” to add them to your library

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For our guide on how to import maps and templates from Biggerplate, click here.


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In iMindMap 10 there a variety of different options available to you if you prefer to work from a template.

 

Preloaded Templates

 

The first option is use one of our pre-loaded templates:

new_from_Templates.png


 

 

  • Go to File> New From Template
  • Keep the first option as “Template”

choose_existing_Template_.png

  • In options choose from a variety of Business, educational or personal themed templates by clicking on one
  • Click start to start your Mind Map using your chosen template

 

 

 Custom Templates- Template Wizard

You can use the template wizard to build your own, custom template:

 

 

You can use the template wizard to build your own, custom template:

template_wizard.png

  • Go to File>  Select "New from Wizard”

new_from_Wizard_pop_up.png

  • In the pop up, choose which type of template you’d like to create or click New Mind Map to create your own, click next

Open_from_Wizars_Step_2.png

  • Follow each of the steps to build the information in your template, click next to go to the next step

Open_from_Wizard_Last.png

  • When you’re happy with your template, click start to create your Mind Map

Wizzard_finished.png

 

Creating Template from existing Mind Map

You can also save an existing mind map as a template that you’ll be able to open in the preloaded template section:

 

making_own_template.png

 

 

 

  • Open your chosen Mind Map

making_own_rempalte_tab.png

  • Go to File> and click on "Save as Template”
  • Choose the name and category from your template so you can easily locate it and any additional details such as a description.

save_as_Template.png

  • Click Save
  • To find your saved template go to File> New from Template> Template

choose_existing_Template_.png

  • Scroll down to search for your new template.
  • You can filter the category by clicking on Education, Personal or Business

 

Import Templates

 

You can import templates that you’ve downloaded from Biggerplate or that other iMindMap users have send to you:

 import_template.png

  • File> New from Template
  • Click "Import a Template" to open a browser window
  • Locate the .imxt file you want to add and click “Open” to import it.

Translated Templates

Our pre-loaded templates are available in a range of different languages that you can import based on your preference.

 

Translated_templates_1.png

 

  • Go to File> New from Template
  • Stay in the first option “Template”
  • Click on “Get Translated Templates”

translated_templates_2.png

  • This will bring up a pop-up menu with the list of available languages.
  • Click in the box next to the language you want, then click “Download Templates” to add them to your library

 

For our guide on how to import maps and templates from Biggerplate, click here.

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