Whether you’re brainstorming solo or with a team, it’s a powerful tool for both generating and capturing ideas quickly. When you’re done generating ideas, you can group the topics into clusters of related ideas and then start to evaluate them.
Nearly every mind mapping tool today comes with a collection of mind maps or symbols that you can attach to topics to add meaning and context to them. They normally include letters and numbers. You can use them to evaluate each idea.
There’s much more that you can do with mind mapping software to support your ideation efforts. This new template and its accompanying video, the latest in the Templates Plus series, will help you explore what’s possible. It will also outline how you can use it to supercharge your next brainstorming session.
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