How to open mind map with all branches expanded?

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takeinoken
takeinoken EN Basic Posts: 2 Beginner
edited February 2023 in Ask the Community

My name is Takei. Let me ask you a question. 

Using the shortcut key, the figure in the closed state is 1.png.

Using the shortcut key, the figure in the open state is 2.png.

Even if you close the browser and reopen it, it will remain in the 1.png state.

What should I do to save it as a 2.png?

ex:1.png

ex:2.png


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  • Joerg Koper
    Joerg Koper DACH Partner, MT Tester, DE Business, EN Advocate Posts: 1,402 Community Leader
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    Hi @takeinoken happy new year and welcome to the community 👋🙂

    First of all I'd like to give you a hint related to open and close branches best with short cut:

    While holding CMD or CTRL and A you can open all close branches step by step. Taht means, that you open the first instance of hidden branches, then repeating the step you open the next instance of hidden branches and so on.

    Normally the MindMap is re-opening in the same state, as you have left it. As I can see on your Screenshots, you're using the new version of MindMeister. I have tested it out to re-open one of my bigger Maps in different states and it worked like a charm.

    Let me know, it it worked for you or if you need further support with it.

    Best, Joerg

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  • takeinoken
    takeinoken EN Basic Posts: 2 Beginner
    edited January 2023
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    Hi @Jörg Koper

    thank you. It was helpful. I was able to solve it with your advice. 

    However, I've learned that it doesn't save when opening and closing branches incrementally using the shortcut keys ALT+1 or ALT+2 or or ALT+0...etc.

    Saved when incrementally opening and closing branches with mouse clicks.

    Also, if you have any questions please let me know.

    by Takei