Season's Greetings!

Just in time for the holidays Zengobi is happy to release Curio 7.2 with more features and fixes.

Curio 7.1 introduced basic MMAP import support. Well, it turns out it was a huge hit! Start your mind map with iThoughtsHD or MindMeister on iOS then bring it into Curio via MMAP to continue working on it.

So, for Curio 7.2, we made it even better with new support for MMAP flags, checkmarks, percent complete, priority, start/due dates, and durations.

And, not only can you import MMAP files into Curio but you can now export your Curio lists and mind maps as MMAP files as well.

What else is in 7.2? A nifty new shadow setting particularly useful for level styles in lists and mind maps. New shortcuts for showing and toggling checkboxes. Plus quick techniques to expand/collapse all.

And a bunch of fixes and tweaks for some of the more problematic issues that have cropped up.

Read the release notes to get the full scoop!

Happy holidays!!!!

Curio 7's Paste As Table

New video for everyone to enjoy. This one shows off Curio 7's Paste As Table feature and how you can control Curio's automatic row and column expansion based on what cell you paste the data into.



Curio 7.1

Curio 7.1 is out and ready for downloading. You can read all about the new tweaks and fixes in the release notes. In general Curio 7.1 adds some polish, based on customer feedback, to our incredibly successful Curio 7.0 release.

Curio 7 should notice this update is available automatically, or you can choose Curio > Check For Updates from within the application to force a check.

One of the new features is a basic mmap (Mindjet MindManager) importer. Just drop an mmap file on an idea space and we can convert it to a native Curio mind map. Currently we're only supporting text and note elements but more can be supported in the future based on your feedback (flags? dates? checkboxes? priorities? other meta?).


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