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.
Since its launch in 2008, Evernote has evolved into a powerful tool for taking notes and capturing all types of digital content. Developers of mind mapping and visual thinking applications have embraced Evernote, integrating with it in a number of unique ways – some valuable and others simply frustrating.
If you are a user of ConceptDraw MINDMAP and the personal information manager Evernote, then CS Odessa’s new Evernote plug-in, called Note Exchange, is a must-have application.
I was recently excited to learn that CS Odessa has released an app in its Solution Park called Note Exchange that enables users of ConceptDraw MINDMAP program to send part or all of their mind maps to Evernote – my favorite writing platform and personal information capture tool. Unfortunately, it fell short of my expectations.
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.
Zengobi and Evernote today announced a new integration that makes brainstorming and idea collection quick and easy. Text notes, voice recordings, and snapshot photos taken using one of Evernote’s desktop or mobile solutions are now instantly available from within Curio 5.4 where they can be intuitively collected, arranged and managed as part of a creative project.