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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.
One of the biggest benefits of mind mapping software is that it’s a big creativity booster. Here are 12 ways it can supercharge your muse.
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.
Corel continues to make big strides in advancing the functionality of its flagship mind mapping program, MindManager. With the recent release of MindManager 2020, the developer has enhanced the ability of individuals and teams to collaborate, work with data and streamline common tasks.
TPAssist Ltd. has launched a new version of its popular task management add-in for MindManager of the same name that offers numerous enhancements and improvements.
NovaMind has just launched a new social map sharing website, NovaMind Connect, that you can use to store your NovaMind maps, and leverage many advanced social networking capabilities.
MeadMap recently announced that users can now attach files to maps created online. To enable this, the developer has increased the amount of file storage to 1 GB for each MeadMap account.
Join marketing guru Roger C. Parker on September 5, 2008 as he interviews me on tools and technologies that can be used to enhance your productivity and creativity.