Brainstorming – developing and capturing creative ideas – is a primary use of mind mapping software. Here are 5 mind mapping tools that do the best job of supporting brainstorming, in my opinion
CS Odessa, the developer of ConceptDraw MINDMAP, has released a purpose-built version of it – ConceptDraw Mindmap for Projects – that is specially tailored to the needs of project management. It does this by integrating capabilities from ConceptDraw MINDMAP and the developer’s ConceptDraw PROJECT into a single, seamless application.
Lately, I’ve been getting a growing number of messages from readers of this blog, asking specific questions about mind mapping software. I recently realized that the questions they’re asking may very well be shared by many of you. So here are some of the most recent ones, along with my advice.
CS Odessa recently released a new version of ConceptDraw Office that contains a number of significant enhancements to ConceptDraw MINDMAP. Read on for all of the details.
CS Odessa recently announced that they have released an update to ConceptDraw MINDMAP that provides an improved export to PowerPoint function, plus several other enhancements and improvements.