How to Add Relationships, Callouts, Summaries and Boundaries to Your Mind Map?Nancy
Relationships, callouts, summaries, and boundaries can help you better collect and organize your notes in mind mapping. In this article, we will show you how to quickly add and customize these basic tools in your mind map!
How to Add Relationships, Callouts, Summaries, and Boundaries to Your Mind Map?
Just free download this mind map software. Click on one of your mind map shapes and go to Home>Relationship, a green curved line will be shown as below for you to connect two sub-topics.
Once you have selected the other shape that you want to link, a red line with two adjustable yellow icons will be displayed. You can hold and drag these icons to change the angle of your relationship line.
Adding callouts in your mind map is also quite easy. Just choose one of your mind map sub-topic, then click on the Callout button. Next, you can hold and drag the callout shape to anywhere on the drawing board.
The Summary button is for you to quickly insert summaries for multiple topics. An orange box will be shown right after the selected mind map shapes.
The Boundary function lets you conveniently add blocks for your mind map shapes.
How to Customize Relationships, Callouts, Summaries, and Boundaries in Your Mind Map?
Customizing these elements in your mind map are also fun! You can change the default shape color, text styles, font sizes, line weight, line dashes, and many more options.
For example, the below screenshot shows you how to edit texts for your relationship. You need to double-click on the text box and to insert your own words.
This screenshot displays you how to select from a series of different shape styles for your mind map callouts.
Here, you can know how to change the summary line style for your mind map.
This is a diagram to show you how to change the boundary shape style.
Draw Your Own Mind Map Right Now!
Congratulations! You have finished all the steps to add and customize supporting elements in your mind map. Is that easier than you imagined? Just download the free mind mapping tool to have a try today!