How to Use GitMind on Mobile Phone?

Guide

Use GitMind anywhere with our iOS and Android apps. Capture ideas, share files and manage tasks on the go with GitMind Mobile App. This article will explain to you how to use GitMind on the mobile phone to make a mind map.

GitMind Mobile App User Guide

Download App

Click the button below to download different versions of mobile apps directly. In addition, you can also download and install apps by searching for “GitMind” in the App Store and Google Play Store.

New Mind Map

Open the GitMind mobile app, log in to your account and click the orange “+” button in the lower right corner on the homepage interface to create a new mind map.

create new mindmap

Search File

On the home page interface, enter the file name in the search bar at the top to quickly search for keywords-related files in your account.

search file

Delete & Restore

On the home page interface, click the “‧‧‧” button behind the file name and select “Delete” in the pop-up box to quickly delete the file. If you need to retrieve it, click “My” and go to the Trash to restore the file.

delete and restore

Rename

On the home page interface, click the “‧‧‧” button behind the file name and select “Rename” in the pop-up box to quickly rename the file.

rename

Share

On the homepage interface, click the “‧‧‧” button behind the file name and select “Share” in the pop-up box to quickly share the file.

share mind map

Use Templates

Open the APP, click on “Templates”, select the template you like, open it and click the “Edit” button in the lower right corner to use this template.

use template

Keyboard Shortcuts

If you want to connect a Bluetooth keyboard for editing, you can use the following shortcut keys to improve efficiency.

Insert subnode: Tab
Insert node: Enter
Delete node: Delete
Move: Up/Down/Left/Right
Undo: Ctrl/Cmd + Z
Copy: Ctrl/Cmd + C
Paste: Ctrl/Cmd + V
Cut: Ctrl/Cmd + X
Linefeed: Shift/Ctrl + Enter
Select multiple nodes: Hold Ctrl/Cmd key
Replace node: You can drag and drop the node with your mouse.
Redivide node: If you cover the node B with node A, the node A will be the subnode of the node B.

keyboard shortcut

Insert Node

Open the file, select the central theme, it will automatically pop up some floating buttons such as “Edit”, “Sibling node”, “Child node”, “Format” and “Delete”. Click “Child node” to insert a subnode, and click “Sibling node” to insert a node.

insert node

Edit Node

Open the file, select the target node, and click “Edit” to quickly edit the text.

edit text

Wrap Text

The text will wrap automatically when it reaches a certain width.
You can also click the linefeed key floating above the keyboard to manually wrap text.

wrap text

Format

Open the file, select the target node, and click “Format”. In the pop-up window, you can bold, add underline, add strikethrough, adjust the font size, change font and background color.

format

Comment

Click the target node, and then tab the comment icon at the floating toolbar. You can also edit and delete it after publishing. Everyone can comment on your mind map via the share link.

comment

Insert Image

Select the target node, click the image icon in the floating toolbar, then you can choose local pictures to insert. Tab the image to view or delete it.

insert image

Change Theme

Open the file and click the wand icon in the upper right corner to quickly change the theme.

change theme

Switch Layout

Open the file, open the pop-up window in the upper right corner, and click “Layout” to switch between 7 layouts.

Switch Layout

Outline Mode

Open the file, open the pop-up window in the upper right corner, and click “Outline” to enter the outline mode. In the outline mode, click the corresponding button to add subnodes and sibling nodes.

Outline Mode

Read Mode

Click the “…” button in the upper right corner to switch to “Read Mode”. In Read Mode, the mind map cannot be edited. You can click the horizontal screen switch button in the bottom right corner. You can also click the button in the upper right corner to exit the read mode.

read mode

OCR

Select the target node, and click the “…” buttons in the upper right corner. Then press “OCR” button. You can either take a photo or upload from local photo albums. Please select the language you want to recognize, and adjust the text structure or save to the mind map directly.

OCR

Export

Open the file, open the pop-up window in the upper right corner, and click “Export” to save the file in JPG and PDF formats.

export file

Feedback

Open the APP, select “My”, and click “Feedback” to send us your feedback and valuable suggestions.

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    4 stars now, but would definately change to 5 stars if you could add Relationships to the IPAD app. Really need this to help think out of the box.
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    How do you access collaborated mind maps on mobile?
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    • Sorry, not possible to access collborated filed on mobile now.
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    Mindmap node comments are a feature in the desktop/web versions of GitMind for e.g. adding additional data to nodes. Is that feature in the mobile version? Can you explain how to use it? Thanks.
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    • hi we'll consider adding this function in the future, thanks for your suggestion
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