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!
Brainstorming – developing and capturing creative ideas – is a primary use of mind mapping software. Here are 5 mind mapping tools that do the best job of supporting brainstorming, in my opinion
Most of the high-end mind mapping programs have so much functionality that many users don’t realize all that they are capable of. In this post, Mattis Oveson from Mind Technologies shares with us a list of little-known, under-appreciated but very useful features that can be found within his firm’s powerful, business-focused mind mapping program, Visual Mind.
Mind Technologies has officially released version 11 of Visual Mind. Based on my recent review of the beta version, the developer made several improvements to the program.
Mind Technologies recently announced the availability of a beta version of Visual Mind 11, which offers a number of incremental improvements over Visual Mind 10. Here is a list of what’s new, along with my observations on each of the new features.
When it comes to brainstorming with mind mapping software, most of us need a catalyst – something to jump-start our thinking in fresh directions. And that’s where a tool like theRealizer, a cool brainstorming add-in for MindManager and Visual Mind, can really help. Realize AB, the developer of theRealizer, recently released version 2 of this tool, which offers the ability to configure it to meet your needs.