How do I insert a simple checkbox toggle for task lists?

  • 23 April 2020
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I would like to be able to scatter check boxes (or some other form of to-do list toggle) around my mind map.

 

I have found icons that look like checked boxes, but I can’t seem to find an interactive way to check things off by clicking.

mlanders 1 year ago

Hi @Hal ,

 

whats about placing an kanban near your mindmap - here you can drag and drop tasks from one region to an other:

https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022846473-Kanban

A additional workaround could be to use the Visual-Notes section for your questions:

 

Michael

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Hi @Hal ,

 

whats about placing an kanban near your mindmap - here you can drag and drop tasks from one region to an other:

https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022846473-Kanban

A additional workaround could be to use the Visual-Notes section for your questions:

 

Michael

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Or add comments to each node - you could then flag them as “Resolved”

 

Thank you for your quick reply!

And thanks for the pointers.

I am sure one of these will work.

I had need for a simple toggle checkbox tool from day one. After getting over the surprise that there isn’t one, I now place a shape next to the thing I want a binary indicator associated with and set the initial parameters to stroke and no fill. Then when I want to indicate the state has changed (eg, the task is done) I change the shape to fill and no stroke.

Works perfectly for me, hope that helps.

 

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@VirtualMo 

A really good idea to work with.

Thanks for sharing

Michael

I simply use color coding for indication if one branch is already done in the Mindmap. But maby a simple checkbox would be helpful, as well.

 

 

Anyway it would be nice to get a connection between a Kanban and a Mindmap, mapped by the name of the task.

Add/toggle emojis between

 

:white_check_mark: Done

:white_check_mark: Done 

:white_circle: Still to do

:white_circle: Still to do

:white_circle: Still to do

 

 

 

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