When you work in Teams, sharing and visibility of information is paramount but that information needs to be relevant and up to date to be meaningful and of maximum use. Topic Tracker gives you a way to share specific Topics from your Mindjet MindManager Maps with other Topic Tracker users, allowing them to be kept informed of changes to specific Topic elements when required.
Lets you track the following Topic Elements:
- Store individual Topics, with/without Sub-Topics, that can be accessed by you and other Topic Tracker users to use in your Mindjet MindManager Maps.
- Topics you add to Topic Tracker can be updated by you as the Topic Owner and can be “Tracked' by other Topic Tracker users when they insert Topics from Topic Tracker into their Mindjet MindManager Maps.
- Protect Topics so only authorised Topic Tracker users can access them and/or any Sub-Topics by use of a Password system.
- Customise which Topic attributes you want to see on Topic you choose to track.
- a new layer of functionality to Mindjet MindManager for small team collaboration although Topic Tracker can also be used within much larger team environments if required.
- Create libraries of Topics which can be reused on multiple Maps while being kept up to date from one source Topic.
Topic Text (including Font and attributes such as Bold, Italic etc), Topic Shape, Hyperlinks, Attachments, Notes, Boundaries, Call Outs, Icons, Task Information, Text Labels, Labels (Bookmarks) and Custom Properties (Spreadsheets, Auto-calc data).
Topic Tracker lets you select the Topic elements that you are interested in seeing.
If, for example, you wanted to track a Task oriented Topic that also contained attachments, Hyperlinks and Text Notes you could choose to omit these elements in your Map by using the Sync Attribute Editor accessed from the Topic Tracker icon located on each Tracked Topic. This opens an editor which allows you to select/deselect Topic elements based on your own viewing requirements.
Supports MS Access & 2 SQL platforms
MySQL.svgTopic Tracker comes with a pre-configured Microsoft Access Database and connects to this by default upon installation but you can utilise a SQL Database if you prefer and Topic Tracker provides support for Microsoft SQL and also the open source mySQL owned by Oracle. When Topic Tracker is used with these types of Database Topics can be shared with many users from anywhere in the world.