Smartdraw Cloud, launched this week, is a fast, powerful tool for diagramming and many types of visual planning and communication. Usually, when a software developer releases a cloud version of its desktop software, it doesn’t contain all of the features and functionality of its predecessor. But that’s not the case with Smartdraw Cloud, which was […]
MeisterTask is a new web-based, collaborative task management tool that integrates seamlessly with the popular MindMeister mind mapping application to enable you to turn your ideas into action. In this product review, we’ll take a closer look at how MeisterTask works, and how it can be useful for small project teams.
At the recent Biggerplate mind mapping conference in Berlin, web-based mind mapping innovator MindMeister provided attendees with a tantalizing glimpse at the future of its popular application.
MindMup is a free Google Chrome extension that enables you to create, edit and publish mind maps. Author Kevin Achtzener normally isn’t crazy about browser extensions, but MindMup does a lot of things right. He shows us the pros and cons of of it in his video review.
If you’re looking for a low-cost way to try out mind mapping for business, then a web-based tool is a great place to start. Here are 8 unique advantages they have versus desktop programs.
MindMeister is taking advantage the growing popularity of cloud-based software applications; it has launched a surprising number of new and enhanced features during 2014.
Mindjet, the developer of the popular MindManager mind mapping software, recently announced the debut of ProjectDirector, the next step in the evolution of its small team project collaboration platform.
SpiderScribe, which debuted last year as a beta web mind mapping application, has been officially released. For someone who has never done mind mapping before, its simple, well-designed drag-and-drop interface is very welcoming.
Mindomo, a popular web-based mind mapping application, recently added an interactive presentation mode that is surprisingly well-designed and easy to use. Read on to learn why.
Earlier this week, Pearltrees for iPad was launched, enabling collectors and curators of web content to do so on Apple’s popular tablet.