I recently took a deep dive into MindMeister’s presentation mode, which offers some intriguing functionality. Here’s what I learned. Years ago, when mind mapping software first offered a presentation mode, developers enabled users to “zoom” or “fly” through their maps, one topic at a time. I loved this approach because it enabled anyone viewing your […]
A closer look at Obsidian’s innovative graph view
What if a diagram could display the relationships between digital notes? That’s the thinking behind Obsidian’s unique graph view, which superpowers serendipity by enabling you to see connections between related notes.
MindMeister debuts an intuitive, minimalist user interface
Meister Labs recently launched a new version of MindMeister that features an intuitive, minimalist workspace. Here’s a closer look.
Ayoa wows with integrated suite, intelligent functionality [REVIEW]
Since OpenGenius transitioned from iMindMap to the cloud-based Ayoa in 2019, this application has gone through a major evolution. It now supports not only mind mapping but also whiteboarding, task boards and online chat – a true collaboration platform for the age of remote and hybrid work.
MindMeister debuts new map editor
After 14 years, Meister Labs has decided to give the MindMeister map editor a major facelift. This update, which recently went live, features an elegantly simple, easy-to-use interface that puts commonly-used commands at your fingertips and groups them in ways that help you to streamline map creation and editing.
The innovative thinking behind Ayoa’s new whiteboards
OpenGenius CEO Chris Griffiths explains the thinking behind Ayoa’s new whiteboard capabilities. It’s a solid strategy to improve creativity.
XMInd debuts new web-based mind mapping tool: XMind.works
XMind recently announced the launch of XMind.works, a new web-based mind mapping tool that integrates seamlessly with XMind 2020 and cloud-based file storage services like Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive.
Stemic takes a fresh approach to concept mapping
Stemic is a visual thinking tool that places a fresh spin on the idea of concept mapping and takes it to a whole new level. Here’s what’s most significantabout it, as described by its co-founders.
OpenGenius combines iMindMap and Droptask into Ayoa
OpenGenius, the developer of iMindMap and DropTask, recently combined them into a new web-based mind mapping and project management tool called Ayoa. I spoke with an executive of the company to learn more about the thinking behind this move – and what’s next.
Are mobile apps a good way to learn about mind mapping?
Can you learn about mind mapping by investing in an inexpensive mobile app? Yes, but only up to a point. Here are the pros and cons – and my conclusion. Pros Tablet and smartphone-based mind mapping apps enable you to create a basic mind map with a limited number of topics. They also enable you […]
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