Several weeks ago, Mindjet announced that it has integrated all of its desktop, web, mobile and desktop mind mapping and collaboration products into a single offering, with a per-user subscription fee to cover its entire tool set. Not all of its users are happy about this move.
In this new video report for Mind Mapping Insider members, I explain what is most significant about the new Mindjet Connect, and why it’s a game-changer for collaboration and task management.
Mindjet, the developer of the popular MindManager mind mapping software, recently launched a new version of its online map sharing and collaboration tool, Connect, which knits its desktop and mobile mind mapping software and its social task management tool into a cohesive whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.
In this new Mind Mapping Insider video, I will show you how to use some of the new capabilities of MindManager 2012 to conduct online research.
Earlier this week, Mindjet announced that it has acquired the developer of the Android mind mapping app Thinking Space and has relaunched it as Mindjet for Android.
MindManager 2012 includes a brainstorming mode that offers an simple process for defining your problem or challenge, generating ideas and evaluating them efficiently.
What does the future of mind mapping software look like? What recent developments in visual mapping technology are bellwethers for future capabilities? Here is one perspective: Mind mapping software will become a very powerful tool for conducting research, sharing the results with others and taking action on your findings.
Mindjet, the developer of MindManager, recently kicked its collaboration game into high gear by announcing a new online workspace product called Connect and the acquisition of social task management provider CoHuman.
MindManager 2012, scheduled to be launched in September, will include an integrated brainstorming tool that will enable you to generate, evaluate and take action on your ideas.
One of the major complaints of MindManager for Mac users was answered in the release last week of version 9 of this popular mind mapping software: Its features and functionality are now on par, and in a few ways superior to, that of the Windows version of MindManager. Mindjet also announced new mind mapping apps for the iPhone and iPad, based on technology acquired from MyMind.