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Adding elements (flowcharts, links, audio notes and notes)

If you have extra elements on Mind Map, such as Flowcharts, links, audio notes or notes, by default they will not be shown on the slides when creating a presentation. We have created a guide to show you how to manually add each of these features to a presentation.

Inserting a Flowchart on to a presentation:

 

Enter Presentation mode.

On the canvas, click on the Flowchart element you wish to add to the slide.

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In the timeline viewer on the right-hand side add a new slide by clicking the blue plus sign in the last slide box.

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The Flowchart will now have a blue square around it, use the corners of the square to increase or decrease the size of the square, whatever within the blue square will be included on that slide.

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Inserting Links onto a presentation:

If you have website links attached to a branch that you want to include and automatically open during your presentation you will need to change the settings:

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  1. Enter Presentation mode.
  2. Click on settings on the main toolbar.
  3. In the pop-up menu change “Automatically open link” to yes.

 

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If you’ve already started your presentation you switch to this option-clicking on the setting icon in the bottom left-hand corner, right click and click on “Automatically open link”.

 

 

Inserting Audio notes onto a presentation:

  1. Open presentation mode.
  2. Go to settings in the main toolbar.
  3. In the pop-up menu click on Audio mode and mark Audio notes.

 

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Inserting notes:

 

Open presentation view.

Select the slide you would like to add notes to.

Click the notes icon to the right of the slide.

You can add your own notes here, or you can import the notes from the Branch by clicking blue button on the bottom of the slide notes window: Add from Branches notes.

 

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When running the presentation, the notes appear on the presenter’s screen rather than on the audience’s screen.

 

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If you have extra elements on Mind Map, such as Flowcharts, links, audio notes or notes, by default they will not be shown on the slides when creating a presentation.  We have created a guide to show you to manually add each of these features to a presentation.

 

Inserting a Flowchart on to a presentation:

Enter Presentation mode.

On the canvas, click on the Flowchart element you wish to add to the slide.

Screen_Shot_2018-04-27_at_14.46.42.png

In the timeline viewer on the right-hand side add a new slide by clicking the blue plus sign in the last slide box.

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This will add a new slide for the flowchart.

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The Flowchart will now have a blue square around it, use the corners of the square to increase or decrease the size of the square, whatever within the blue square will be included on that slide.

 

Screen_Shot_2018-04-27_at_14.47.36.png 

 

Inserting Links onto a presentation:

 

If you have website links attached to a branch that you want to include and automatically open during your presentation you will need to change the settings:

 adding_links_to_presentation.png

 

 

  1. Enter Presentation mode.
  2. Click on Presentation on the main toolbar, then click "settings".
  3. In the pop-up menu change “Automatically open link” to yes.

 

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Inserting Audio notes into a presentation:

  1. Open presentation mode.
  2. Go to settings in the main toolbar.
  3. In the pop-up menu click on Audio mode and mark Audio notes.

audio_notes_presentation_settings.png

 

 

 

Inserting notes:

 

  1. Open presentation view.
  2. Select the slide.
  3. Click the notes icon to the right of the slide.
  4. You can add your own notes here.
  5. You can also import the notes from the Branch by clicking the blue button on the bottom of the slide notes window: "Add from Branches notes".

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When running the presentation, the notes appear on the presenter’s screen rather than on the audience’s screen.

 

 

 

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