Michael Deutch, writing in the Mindjet Blog, recently announced some significant updates and enhancements to MindManager Web, the web-based version of the popular mind mapping tool. This update includes over 100 usability improvements.
Archives for April 2009
MindMeister, the developer of what I consider to be the most innovative web-based mind mapping tool available on the web, recently announced some impressive new features and functionality in its latest newsletter.
NovaMind Development Pty. has just announced that it will release NovaMind version 5 in September/October 2009, and it appears to be one of the biggest updates in the program’s history.
The newest kid on the mind mapping software block is Seavus, which now has a pair of desktop and web-based mapping tools called DropMind, currently in public beta. While these tools offer some promising features, there’s also much that’s missing or poorly implemented. Read this detailed review to learn more.
If you’re like most users of mind mapping software, chances are you’re primarily using them to meet short-term needs – to brainstorm ideas or outline the agenda for a meeting, for example. But in doing so, you may be missing an opportunity to get even more value out of their favorite productivity software.
Mind map galleries are an excellent place to learn how others are utilizing mind mapping software. These websites make it possible for users of mind mapping software to easily upload and share their maps with others, either in a public gallery or in a private, password protected area. Here’s a list of the major gallery sites, and what each one offers.
Check out the newest mind mapping resource on the web: a new Alltop page that contains RSS feeds to 24 top blogs that cover this fascinating topic!
How has mind mapping software enabled you to creatively get more work done, generate cost saving ideas and manage an increased workload during these challenging times?
Buzan Online recently announced the availability of iMindMap version 4.0, which will be officially launched in May. This new version offers a number of exciting new features and enhancements, including a full-featured presentation mode.
I recently came across an article from MIT Sloan Management Review that explains the current and future challenges facing businesses, how they are different from the past, and the kind of thinking that’s necessary to address them. Not surprisingly, mind mapping software is ideally suited to meet these needs.