Mindjet has released MindManager 2016 for Windows, the most significant update to its popular mind mapping program in many years. Most notable in this major update: Diagramming, concept mapping and mind mapping are now integrated in a single application, while maintaining the full power of MindManager’s linking, filtering and calculation tools.
Mind mapping software can help you plan, execute and manage projects from start to finish. Its visual format is ideally suited to project design. But its task management tools make it equally adept at project management.
MindManager 15 for Windows, released today by mind mapping software developer Mindjet, offers some practical new features and enhancements that will help you to be more productive and well organized than ever before.
In this exclusive e-mail interview, Mindjet CEO Scott Raskin outlines the thinking behind its merger with Spigit, how the combined company will support agile, repeatable innovation and its commitment to MindManager.
MindManager 14 is quite possibly the most significant upgrade to this popular mind mapping software program ever, thanks to its new support for formulas and conditional formatting. Here is my review of this new version of Mindjet’s popular program.
Developer Nick Duffill recently announced the availability of a new plug-in, Network Builder, that enables MindManager for Windows to create sophisticated concept maps and block diagrams. This intuitive application can help you to create professional-looking concept maps quickly and easily, even if you have never created them before.
If you want to become a more effective mind mapper, then it’s essential that you become familiar with your program’s topic notes feature. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of them.
One of the most intriguing new features of the new Mindjet 11 is its new auto-calculation feature, which makes it possible to do forecasting and project resource management in a simple, visual way that a spreadsheet just can’t equal. In this latest Mind Mapping Insider report, I provide a video review of this new Mindjet 11 feature, and explain some practical ways in which it can be used.
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.
What if you could export your Linkedin connections to a mind map? A new software program called IM-LKDIN now makes that possible. When I first heard of it in a Linkedin MindManager group, I was really excited by this idea. But what I discovered is a program that is still a bit rough around the edges.