XMind Ltd. began developing its flagship mind mapping software as an open-source project in November, 2008. At the time, the idea of offering fully functional mind mapping program for free was a radical idea. But it turned out to be very popular and today has millions of users worldwide.
One of the big challenges nearly every developer of mind mapping software has faced during the last decade is selecting a unified platform that enable it to create one set of code that can be deployed across all computing platforms – desktop, mobile and web. Most recently, XMind has reached this plateau. Its answer to […]
If you use mind mapping software to capture ideas from individual or team brainstorming sessions, you need to look for a program that supports emergent structure – one that enables you to hold off on structuring your ideas as long as possible. XMind 8 and ConceptDraw MINDMAP 9 are two programs that support this flexible model of brainstorming.
XMind Ltd. recently launched version 7.5 of its popular mind mapping software program and a companion web-based tool called XMind Cloud. XMind 7.5 enables you to save mind maps directly to XMind Cloud and to open maps from your online account. It also features new social media integration, integration with IconFinder and new vector markers. In […]
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.
XMind 7 Pro, the new version of this popular mind mapping software program, may be the most significant update to it – ever. It features a new user interface (UI) and dozens of enhancements that make it a useful tool for businesses and individuals alike.
XMind 2013 offers a host of incremental improvements that make it even more versatile, but which don’t complicate the program’s simple, easy-to-use interface. My review digs into what’s new and worthwhile for business users.
XMind, one of the best low-cost mind mapping software programs available today, just got better with the release of XMind 2012. This new version includes a redesigned Gantt chart, the ability to maintain a set of revisions of your mind maps so you can roll it back to previous versions, and much more.
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.
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.