AI-enhanced mind mapping needs to support multi-part prompts for users to get the greatest value from it. Here’s how that could look.
TheBrain Technologies recently released a new web-based version of its popular personal knowledge management tool, TheBrain, that’s now enhanced with AI. But it’s much more than simply bolting a ChatGPT query engine onto its existing application.
Biggerplate, the world’s largest online community of mind mappers, recently launched a new Plus level of membership that’s designed to help new mind mappers get up to speed quickly with their tool of choice. It’s focused on education resources, including e-learning courses, webinar recordings and live virtual events. I recently spoke with Biggerplate founder Liam […]
Whimsical, a full-featured visual collaboration workspace, recently added OpenAI integration to its mind mapping tool. Here’s how it works.
Effie is a unique writing, outlining and mind mapping tool that gets out of the way and enables you to express your valuable ideas.
Graphics giant Canva recently added whiteboarding to its already extensive toolset. Is this a good thing? Maybe. Maybe not. Here’s my review.
Many sports around the world designate the most talented players who have contributed the greatest value to their teams as “MVPs” – or most valuable players. They achieve this designation thanks to their outstanding impact on the game. During the last 15 years, I’ve created a cornucopia of articles and resources about mind mapping software […]
Welcome to the world’s first Visual Thinking Tools Roadmap. It contains over 100 tools in 15 categories to help you solve complex challenges.
Scrintal is a remarkable personal knowledge management tool that combines the power of mind mapping with networked note-taking. It’s ideal for researchers, writers and anyone who needs to manage projects or knowledge visually. It offers some innovative unique functionality that really impressed me – and that’s not easy! Here’s what’s notable about Scrintal and how […]
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.