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What is an MMAP file?
An MMAP file is a mind map created by Corel MindManager, a visual diagramming application. It contains a diagram comprised of objects, connecting relationship lines, text, images, shapes, and symbols. MMAP files may also include files the mind map creator attached, such as a .DOCX document or an .MP4 video.
MindManager allows you to create various types of mind maps, such as flowcharts and funnel diagrams, to help visualize ideas and complex processes. For example, you can use MindManager to map out a vision for reducing pollution and visualize each step in the process.
NOTE: Corel Corporation acquired MindManager from Mindjet in 2016.
How to create an MMAP file
You can create a mind map with MindManager and then save it as an MMAP file, which allows you to close your mind map, and then re-open it for further editing. To create an MMAP file with MindManager, select File → New or New from Template... modify the mind map, then select File → Save or Save As....
How to open an MMAP file
You can open an MMAP file with Corel MindManager in Windows and macOS. MindManager is the best option for opening MMAP files because it fully supports the formatting of the mind map, which includes the placement of objects, symbols, images, and text spacing and alignment.
You can also open MMAP files with other mind map applications, but some diagram formatting may be lost or altered. Alternative mind map applications that support MMAP files include Seavus iMindQ, CS Odessa ConceptDraw MINDMAP, and XMind.
How to convert an MMAP file
Several mind map applications, including Corel MindManager, Seavus iMindQ, and XMind, can convert MMAP files to other formats.
For example, MindManager can convert MMAP files to the following formats: