How can I copy a locally created Mindmap to my Dropbox account? tl;dr Swipe left on the MinDgo file to reveal the Export option (see figure 1). Procedure 1. The Dropbox App The ability to copy a MinDgo file to Dropbox requires that the Dropbox app is installed and logged-in. 2. Export a local mindmap In MinDgo tap the Files tab. Swipe (to the left) on the file that you want to export.

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MinDgo 9.4

MinDgo Release

MinDgo 9.4 is now available from the iTunes App Store What’s New: Fixed a bug that corrupted the HTML (of a Rich Text node) when a mind map was opened or saved. See the MinDgo product page for more information. Enjoy. Comments, questions, bugs? Email us at: apps@code-story.com

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MinDgo 9.3

MinDgo release

MinDgo 9.3 is now available from the iTunes App Store What’s New: New Dropbox file manager allows mind maps to be opened and saved directly from Dropbox. See the MinDgo product page for more information. Enjoy. Comments, questions, bugs? Email us at: apps@code-story.com

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MinDcard 9.2 is now available from the iTunes App Store What’s New: A Dropbox configuration problem that caused confusion between the MinDcard and MinDgo apps has been resolved. The coordination between the UISpliViewController’s master and detail view controllers has been refactored. The UITableViewCells for the files and deck table view controllers has been refactored. Xcode warnings have been addressed. Updated App Store screenshots. Check out the MinDcard product page for app details.

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MinDcard 9.1 is now available from the iTunes App Store What’s New: MinDcard now includes advertisements and is free of charge. Various usability and internal improvements. Check out the MinDcard product page for app details. Enjoy. Comments, questions, bugs? Email us at: apps@code-story.com

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MinDgo 9.2

MinDgo Release

MinDgo 9.2 is now available from the iTunes App Store. What’s New: Node notes can now be viewed and edited. This feature allows MinDgo to be used as an editor for MinDcard, the study card app. Basic support has been added to read & write Freeplane mind maps. Although Freeplane has many features that are not supported by MinDgo, those features (represented by the file format) should be retained through import and export operations.

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MinDgo 9.1

MinDgo Release

MinDgo 9.1 is now available from the iTunes Store. What’s New: MinDgo 9.1 has been updated for iOS 10. See the MinDgo product page for details. Enjoy.

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MinDcard 9.0 is now available from the iTunes Store. What’s New: MinDcard 9 brings the app up-to-date with iOS 10. Functionality is largely unchanged with the notable omission of Dropbox support. Check out the MinDcard product page for app details. Enjoy.

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MinDgo 9.0

MinDgo Release

MinDgo 9.0 is now available from the iTunes Store. What’s New: MinDgo 9 is a complete rewrite of MinDgo. It runs on both iPhones and iPads and is completely written in Swift. This version looses some MinDgo 2 features (see the product page) but is better positioned for continued development. Refer to the MinDgo product page for details. Enjoy.

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MinDgo 2 can copy (import) existing mind maps from a Dropbox folder, the iTunes document folder or a new document can be created locally. This tutorial demonstrates how to export a new (local) mind map document from MinDgo 2 v2.1. A new mind map document can be created directly in the MinDgo 2 app. This document can be exported to a Dropbox folder[1], the iTunes document folder[2] or attached to an email[3].

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