+1, a very good feature to have, very looking forward to.
Now you could use it by install Mindmap plugin in the plugin market.
Here is its github link: https://github.com/lynchjames/obsidian-mind-map
This is so cool !
I can’t figure out where this feature is in Vnote. Any clues?
Do you know the developer?
It’s so cool but I have problems when I copy the screenshot of the mind map it become dark and unusable for some reason, I am looking for some help
Post these kinds of issues on the Github page linked above!
Didn’t know one can report bugs there, thanks
It can be very handy indeed. Specially for turning a book’s table of content into a mindmap. I tried to do it by converting PDF into markdown first and then feeding it to it. But can’t find a app to do it. Pandoc doesn’t do it as it is only doing stuff from “less expressive to more” and the online website I tries were so bad.
The Plugin for mind Maps is now out. You can install it directly from Obsidian.
I know, I am using it now and it is really awesome and helpful. It’s my favorite Obsidian plugin, it’s even better than the original VS Code’s version.
But I think applying it to PDF would be great, or at least finding a way to convert PDF into Markdown for free.
P.S: I just found a PDF to Markdown in plug-ins, and it works !
I installed this plugin manually, and it was showed in the community plugins, but I can’t find the command when I used ctrl + p. Does anyone know why?
BTW, I tried to upload the screenshot，it seems that the “upload” function of our forum doesn’t work for me.
Did you enable it? You must install, then enable, each plugin.
Yes. I can’t install the plugin directly from “Community plugins” because the access to GitHub sub-domain was blocked in China. Therefore, installed manually as the author said. It seems that the plugin was successfully installed because I can see it when I open the “Community plugins” again. However, i can’t see the command when I ctrl+ p.
You can see it, and you have enabled it? There are two steps.
I have disabled the safe mode.
Have you flipped the toggle next to the plugin in your list of installed plugins?
Looks like there is a comparability issue between Mark Map and Sliding Panes. After installing Sliding Pane Mark Map pane does not open anymore.
Linking Obsidian with another mindmap app is somewhat hard and inconvenient. I think converting the lists to a mindmap is one good idea, which is good for showing.
There is a mindmap plugin: https://github.com/lynchjames/obsidian-mind-map
I can confirm that the plugin works with indented lists initiated by hyphen. Did not test other options.
Mind-maps have been already requested in Mind Maps graph notes! and IMHO this request can merged with it.