Recently, the developers of MindGenius announced that it was converting Barvas, its online mind mapping and agile project management tool, into MindGenius Online. To help you better understand this transition and the thinking behind it, I recently spoke with marketing director Fiona Macintyre: Chuck Frey: Why did you originally develop Barvas? What was the vision […]
What’s new in the world of mind mapping software in 2015? Plenty! This year-end wrap-up is your comprehensive guide to the new and updated mind mapping software and resources that were introduced during the last year.
MindGenius 5, launched earlier this week, features significantly expanded project management capabilities and an innovative templates panel that helps users get started faster with common mind mapping tasks. Templates panel aids new users The first thing you notice when you open MindGenius 5 is the new, colorful template panel on the right side of the workspace. […]
MindGenius Ltd., a developer of desktop mind mapping software, recently launched a new iPad app that is a good fit with the needs of mobile business users.
Biggerplate.com, the world’s largest online mind map gallery, recently added in-person training to its repertoire. Here’s a closer look at this new service.
indGenius Ltd. just announced an update to its mind mapping program that should significantly broaden its appeal to enterprises. MindGenius 4.2 now supports SharePoint check-out/check-in and you can export your project map data directly to Microsoft Excel.
Topics covered in the May 2011 mind mapping coaching call include moving mind maps between the iPhone and desktop mind mapping software, Tinderbox for Mac and MindManager vs. iMindMap.
MindGenius 4 was recently released with brainstorming and presentation views that break new ground in terms of functionality and efficiency. Here’s what’s most notable about these new features.
The results are now in on the Most Improved Mind Mapping Survey of 2009. The winner is… well, actually, you’ll have to read the blog post to discover who the winner is, and who appears to be gaining fast on the front-runner!
Last week, I posted a prediction that mind mapping software will hit an “inflection point” in 2009 that will result in substantial growth, and that this technology will finally enter the mainstream of business. As a next step, I decided to ask the developers of mind mapping software to comment on this prediction. They are closer to the actual users than most of us, which puts them in an ideal position to see the future direction of this software niche.