Corel CEO Patrick Nichols sees a bright future ahead for MindManager, which it acquired from Spigit/Mindjet on August 8, 2016. Its future may be as a platform for mind maps and other forms of visualizing of structured information.
Diagramming software has evolved to the point where it serves as a powerful “visual content engine,” enabling its users to express their ideas like never before.
For many years, MindManager has been surrounded by an ecosystem of add-in programs that extend its functionality in creative and fascinating ways. Here are seven of the best add-ins for MindManager 2016.
MindMapper 16 Arena for PC from SimTech takes an intriguing approach to helping you manage your projects. It combines mind mapping with project planning and dashboard views to help you manage your thinking, planning and project execution. And it tightly integrates all of these pieces into a cohesive, powerful toolset.
XMind 7 Pro, the new version of this popular mind mapping software program, may be the most significant update to it – ever. It features a new user interface (UI) and dozens of enhancements that make it a useful tool for businesses and individuals alike.
Mindjet has released MindManager 2016 for Windows, the most significant update to its popular mind mapping program in many years. Most notable in this major update: Diagramming, concept mapping and mind mapping are now integrated in a single application, while maintaining the full power of MindManager’s linking, filtering and calculation tools.
iMindQ 7 for Windows contains new and enhanced features that make it a capable tool for gathering, organizing, distilling and sharing information with others – including a new research panel, the ability to save mind maps to an interactive HTML format and support for enhanced note taking. In this review, we’ll take a closer look at its business-oriented features and functionality.
Data mapping, diagramming and mind mapping, all in a single application – that’s the promise of BigPicture, an innovative new add-in for Microsoft Excel recently introduced by Palisade, a developer of visual decision support software. Its elegant toolset is ideal for any executive who already uses Excel in his or her work, but aren’t sure they can justify the investment in a dedicated diagramming or mind mapping program.
Recently, I was trying to export a mind map of a plan for my new employer to a static PDF in MindManager 15. Sounds simple, right? Not any more!
ThinkBuzan has placed brainstorming front and center in iMindMap 8, the latest version of its popular mind mapping software program. It features an excellent new free-form ideation mode, improved Windows ribbon toolbar and branch target tool, as well as a redesigned presentation view that contains some great new capabilities.