Kyle McFarlin, the Visual Strategist, has put together a set of MindManager templates for managing the various roles of your life – visually, of course – for free! Here’s what the whole package includes: A mind map framework from which you can manage your personal and professional life. A files and folders framework to store […]
Archives for May 2007
The developers of web-based mind mapping application MindMeister recently announced some improvements and enhancements to it. They include the ability to: Assign multiple icons to a single topic Copy a branch as a text outline – you simply right click and select the "copy as text" command. A pop-up window appears on a layer "above" […]
Jamie Nast, author of the excellent book, Idea Mapping, recently launched a page on Squidoo. It contains information about her book, recommended books from Amazon.com and examples of hand-drawn mind maps collected from the Flickr image hosting service. I’m sure she’ll be adding more resources to it in the weeks and months ahead.
Today is the official launch date of MindManager 7, the newest iteration of Mindjet’s popular mind mapping software program that I gave you an exlusive preview of earlier this month. Here is the press release from Mindjet, which provides a good overview of its most significant new and improved features.
Jamie Nast, author of the book IdeaMapping, just informed me that the Mindjet webinar she will be conducting on June 5, 2007 will be "powered by" MindManager 7. So if you want to get a good look at this new version of the world’s leading mind mapping software program, be sure to register for this […]
With the advent of new tools for developing rich, web-based applications (such as Ajax, Flex and Microsoft’s new Silverlight platform), web-based mind mapping tools seem to be proliferating like crazy lately. The newest one, now in beta testing, is Mapul. Created by a developer in Russia, it is powered by Silverlight, which is Microsoft’s answer […]
Visual Mind 9, the latest version of Mind Technologies’ mind mapping software program, has been available as a trial download for the last month or so, but was officially launched yesterday. Here is the news release. New in this version: Visual Mind 9 Server, which allows several users to work together on the same Visual […]
The developers of Mindomo recently announced several improvements to their web-based mind mapping tool. Yesterday, Expert Software Applications announced that a new map styling feature has been added to Mindomo, with over 20 pre-defined styles. Map styles contain a list of properties for map topics, such as font, alignment, shape, background fill color and more. […]
A new web-based mind mapping application, Comapping, has just emerged from beta testing and has been released to the world in version 1.0. This new tool is focused on providing geographically dispersed teams with real-time collaboration in a shared mapping environment. Comapping operates within a web browser, and features a well-designed, easy to use interface. […]
Yesterday, the developers of MindVisualizer, a new mind mapping software program that I told you about last October, announced that it is now available in version 1.0. Some notable features of this application include: Complete flexibility in positioning topics on the screen Flexible topic link styles, which may include text captions (which follow the curvature […]