ChatGPT is an enormously popular AI tool. Can it be used to enhance mind maps? I recently conducted an experiment to find out. The results? Surprisingly good.
How Napkin inspires you to explore your ideas – visually
Napkin combines the best elements of mind mapping, visual thinking and note-taking in an idea-friendly environment.
4 steps to effective mind maps – every time [INFOGRAPHIC]
Many people struggle to understand how to use mind mapping software effectively. That’s why I created the FAST framework, to provide a simple process for creating high-quality mind maps, consistently. This new infographic provides a high level overview of its 4 steps and their purpose.
Brainstorming: Is this tool shackling your thinking?
Did you know that the tools you use when brainstorming and planning may be constricting your thinking – forcing it to follow a narrow path?
Coppice: An enticing blend of mind mapping, wiki and note-taking tools
Coppice is a new visual thinking tool that combines elements of a note-taking app, a wiki and a mind map – especially useful for writing and knowledge management. Developer Martin Pilkington gives us a fascinating inside look at it.
LinkFacts: an intriguing approach to mapping knowledge and information
LinkFacts is an intriguing semantic mapping tool that’s designed to organize large quantities of information. I recently interviewed its developer to learn about the thinking behind it.
The Mind Mapping Mastery course: A comprehensive guide to creating mind maps
If you’re looking for a quick, affordable way to learn about mind maps, I highly recommend Jayne Cormie’s Mind Mapping Mastery e-course.
The hidden advantage of mind mapping software: Topic enhancements
If you’re fairly new to the world of mind mapping software, then you may not know about one of its most important productivity-enhancing features: The ability to attach notes, files, hypertext links and other information to map topics. Here’s what you need to know.
Mind Doodle 2.0 offers Slack and WordPress integrations
Mind Doodle, a web-based mind mapping and task management tool, recently came out of beta testing. Version 1.0 offers Slack and WordPress integrations.
Visual thinking: The key to awakening your genius
Doug O’Neill, in his Verbal to Visual Blog, describes visual thinking as a new language that genius can use to express itself. He says that since he began sketchnoting, he believes he has become more creative. Here, I riff on his deep thoughts.
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