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
In a recent e-mail to its affiliate sales team, the developers of iMindMap recently announced that they are working on an iPhone version of the creative mind mapping program, which is expected to be available some time this fall.
If you’re considering purchasing a mind mapping program to do presentations, the commercial software programs available today vary significantly in their capabilities. Here is some the functionality you should look for, along with brief descriptions of the 3 programs that I think do the best job of enabling map-based presentations.
Buzan Online recently announced the availability of iMindMap version 4.0, which will be officially launched in May. This new version offers a number of exciting new features and enhancements, including a full-featured presentation mode.
Don’t let a little recession stop you from investing in the productivity-enhancing benefits of mind mapping software. Here are 14 programs you can purchase and download for under US $100.
Earlier this week, Buzan Online announced the availability of iMindMap version 3.1, which adds the ability to integrate Microsoft Outlook e-mails into your maps, the creation of child maps, the addition of project progress icons and the ability to create e-learning courses from your mind maps. Read on for all the details.
According to the development team at Buzan Online, version 3.1 of iMindMap will be released this week, which will contain several project management enhancements.
If you’re looking for a mind mapping program that will enable you to do project management – including Gantt charts – there are only four that offer this feature: MindManager Pro 7 (utilizing JCVGantt, which Mindjet recently acquired), OpenMind 2 Business Edition, MindMapper 2008 and iMindMap 3 Ultimate. Here’s a closer look at the functionality of each one of these powerful tools.
Vic Gee, author of the Mind Mapping Blog, recently announced a contest that I wish I had thought of: He’s looking for BIG IDEAS that will help to drive exponential growth in the number of people doing mind mapping.
iMindMap 3 was recently launched, and includes a number of improvements from the beta version that I recently reviewed. Here’s what’s new.