Included within the add-in is an options dialogue that can be used to create summaries with more or less elements and whether selected elements are displayed expanded or not.
The basic option to consider is the size and scope of the summary produced based on keywords- options for this are: total number of keywords to be included; defining how many keywords are to be considered as "top" keywords (the default is 3); how many keywords of lesser importance are to be included as "other" (this is set automatically, being the difference between the total and top keywords).
The best way to explain what the different combinations of these options result in is to illustrate with a few examples. Here a Wiki page on business analysis is used as the summarised article.
1. All Grouping Branches Selected, Expand Only "Top" Keywords
2. All Grouping Branches Selected, Expand "Top" and "Other" Keywords
3. No Context Branch Group - Summary and Keywords Connected Directly to the Central Topic
4. Only "Summary" Branch Group Selected, No Keywords Expanded
As you can see, this last set of options attaches all the keywords and the summary grouping branch directly to the central topic. Depending on the topic layout options you have selected in MindManager (right map, tree, split tree and so on), the keyword topics will be displayed in the relevant map layout. Here the layout is "Map" giving the basic mind map radiant layout.
To learn more about Context Organizer for MindManager visit http://www.contextdiscovery.com/context-organizer-for-mindjet-mindmanager.aspx