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  • Jamie Nast Featured in Using Mind Maps Magazine April 2014

    Idea Mapping
    Jamie Nast
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:59 am
    I am honored to be feature in the April 2014 edition of the Using Mind Maps Magazine. This magazine’s first edition debuted May of 2013. You can view this magazine on the iPad or iPhone along with the back issues. The article I wrote tells the story of of my Mind Mapping/Idea Mapping journey.
  • The Road to Ultimate Productivity

    via @Mindjet's Conspire #ideasquad
    Arwen Petty
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:28 am
    In case you find yourself more focused on daydreaming than task management today, it might be a good idea to remind yourself why productivity is so important, and what you can do to keep yours from slipping. The below infographic from Samsung showcases recent findings about common time-wasting activities and approaches, and offers up suggestions on how to avoid them.   by infogr8. Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.     Source. The post The Road to Ultimate Productivity appeared first on via…
  • 10 ways mind mapping software can accelerate your productivity

    Mind Mapping Software Blog
    Chuck Frey
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:51 am
    Surveys done by this blog have consistently shown that mind mapping software delivers more than a 20% increase in productivity to users of it. But what are some of the specific ways it can help YOU get work done faster? Here are 10 ways you can use mind mapping software to accelerate the speed AND quality of your work: Gather, synthesize and share information more quickly Visually outline and organize your thoughts more quickly Set goals and do strategic planning more effectively Plan projects with greater clarity Plan and manage meetings and events with greater efficiency and less stress…
  • The Mindmapping Software Advantage: Week 2 – Strategic Planning Templates

    The Mindmap Blog
    Chance Brown
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:09 am
    For some there is still doubt as to whether mindmaps can be used in a business context to get real business done.  The sentiment being that while mindmapping is good for creative thinking or brainstorming, when it comes to business processes like strategic planning, mindmapping software probably isn’t the best tool for the job. Well, over the last 14 years, I’ve been using mindmapping software in major corporations as an invaluable tool for many business processes, including strategic planning. For this post, I will highlight 5 map templates I’ve used in the area of…
  • Pictofigo: more than 7.000 freehand drawings for your mind maps

    Visual Mapping
    23 Mar 2014 | 6:14 am
    As Mind Mapping expert and blogger Chuck Frey wrote: Images add visual interest to your mind maps.  Pictofigo is a webpage that provides more than 7.000 freehand drawings organized alphabetically and by tags. The amount of available images is growing fast and it would not be surprising to count more than 10.000 images on Pictofigo soon. This freehand drawings can add visual interest not only to your mind maps but also to your presentations, storyboards, blog posts.... The founders of Pictofigo, an India-based startup,  want to provide creative, clear and…
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    via @Mindjet's Conspire #ideasquad

  • The Road to Ultimate Productivity

    Arwen Petty
    18 Apr 2014 | 11:28 am
    In case you find yourself more focused on daydreaming than task management today, it might be a good idea to remind yourself why productivity is so important, and what you can do to keep yours from slipping. The below infographic from Samsung showcases recent findings about common time-wasting activities and approaches, and offers up suggestions on how to avoid them.   by infogr8. Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.     Source. The post The Road to Ultimate Productivity appeared first on via…
  • Thursday Thought Leadership Roundup: Critical Thinking, Thought Leader Life #18, and 5 Questions

    Arwen Petty
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:54 pm
    In this week’s thought leadership roundup, we look at when to use thought leadership, listen to what the “Godfather of Government Marketing” has to say, and explore what questions to ask in order to identify TLs in your corporate hierarchy. Who is a Thought Leader? From ShiftComm: “Someone who is an exceptional executor, an exceptional do-er, may not necessarily be a thought leader. Consider the difference between a chef who can reliably cook exceptional meals from existing recipes and a chef who can create new, never-before made recipes. The former may be a leader,…
  • Driving Innovation Initiatives Through Mobile Technology

    Rik Walters
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:51 am
    Twenty years ago, businesses seeking to drive innovation initiatives had a limited number of touch points to consider, and few technology options. Back then, the majority of customer interactions involved one of three scenarios: face-to-face in a retail store or corporate office; over the telephone; or, in writing delivered via snail mail. Fast forward to the now — my, how things have changed. Today, businesses serve customers through the aforementioned channels, plus a multitude of others, including web, e-mail, SMS/text, and social media. As a result of this shift, mobile tech has…
  • Open Innovation: Inspiring Collaboration in the UN

    Louise Bloom
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:05 am
    Early last year, our partners at UNHCR told me about their new venture to employ the SpigitEngage online platform. Invited to carry out a review of the pilot-run for the platform, I was excited to learn more about how they were trying to use an innovation tool to facilitate innovation — not only amongst employees, but also partner organisations, refugees, and people of concern, with whom they work closely around the world. I was curious to see how UNHCR were engaging with a private company (Mindjet), how participants took to the platform, and what could be learnt more widely for…
  • Building a Culture of Innovation: The 12 Pillars

    Vanessa Reed
    14 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Are you familiar with the 12 Pillars of Innovation? Brian Solis, who’s worked with hundreds of startups and is the author of What’s the Future of Business, compiled a list of reoccurring traits that are all found in the world’s most successful and innovative companies. These include Google, Nike, Tesla, Virgin, and more. The 12 pillars represent cultural capstones that Solis has observed in these business monoliths, and has deemed effective tools for creating a culture of innovation in the workplace. 1. Articulate Vision and Inspire According to Solis, “Organizations cannot move in a…
 
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  • 10 ways mind mapping software can accelerate your productivity

    Chuck Frey
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:51 am
    Surveys done by this blog have consistently shown that mind mapping software delivers more than a 20% increase in productivity to users of it. But what are some of the specific ways it can help YOU get work done faster? Here are 10 ways you can use mind mapping software to accelerate the speed AND quality of your work: Gather, synthesize and share information more quickly Visually outline and organize your thoughts more quickly Set goals and do strategic planning more effectively Plan projects with greater clarity Plan and manage meetings and events with greater efficiency and less stress…
  • 5 powerful ways to manage large, complex mind maps

    Chuck Frey
    1 Apr 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Large, complex mind maps can quickly become challenging to manage. Your screen can quickly become filled with topics, subtopics, symbols, relationship lines, boundaries and more. Fortunately, it’s easy to control how much information you’re viewing at any given time, using these 5 powerful strategies: 1. Close branches you’re not currently using: All mind mapping software enables you to collapse map branches you’re not using. When you collapse a branch, it and its sub-topics disappear from view, replaced by a “plus” sign to show you that more content is…
  • Please share your mind mapping software success stories

    Chuck Frey
    27 Mar 2014 | 11:03 am
    At the recent Biggerplate Unplugged conference in San Francisco, Biggerplate founder Liam Hughes shared his vision for what has to happen next for mind mapping software to grow as a business tool. The solution, he believes is to build a case so strong that business executives who haven’t tried it will have no choice but to pay attention to it. It’s time to step up and do my part as part of the global mind mapping community. My goal is to collect and share your stories on this blog in the form of case histories – in other words, following a problem/solution/results format.
  • What do you need to know about mind mapping software?

    Chuck Frey
    20 Mar 2014 | 4:50 am
    What do you need to know about mind mapping software? How can I help you? I want to make this blog about you and your needs. No matter what your level of experience with mind mapping software (from thinking about investing in it to expert user), I’d like to hear from you. Please fill out the form below with your question and submit it to me. Your questions will help me keep this blog focused upon YOUR needs – not just the topics, tools and strategies I think are cool. I look forward to hearing from you! I need to know THIS about mind mapping softwareNameFirstLastE-mailCaptcha The…
  • Clarity, confidence and mind mapping software

    Chuck Frey
    19 Mar 2014 | 4:46 am
    Sometimes the most profound connections exist right below our nose, but we can’t see them until we are acted upon by an outside stimulus. Such is the relationship between clarity, confidence and mind mapping software. When I conducted my last survey of the readers of the mind mapping software blog, I asked two questions related to these topics: What is the biggest business benefit of my mapping software? Improved understanding of complex issues was number one, followed closely by the ability to reach clarity of thinking faster. Why is this a big deal? Because nearly half of the survey…
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  • The Mindmapping Software Advantage: Week 2 – Strategic Planning Templates

    Chance Brown
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:09 am
    For some there is still doubt as to whether mindmaps can be used in a business context to get real business done.  The sentiment being that while mindmapping is good for creative thinking or brainstorming, when it comes to business processes like strategic planning, mindmapping software probably isn’t the best tool for the job. Well, over the last 14 years, I’ve been using mindmapping software in major corporations as an invaluable tool for many business processes, including strategic planning. For this post, I will highlight 5 map templates I’ve used in the area of…
  • The Mindmapping Software Advantage: Week 1 – Project Management Templates

    Chance Brown
    7 Apr 2014 | 1:31 pm
    One of the challenges in using mindmapping software is often at the very beginning when you launch the application. When you launch the typical mindmapping software application and click “New” this is what you see:   For many people, this screen is not very inspiring.  With all the talk about how powerful mindmapping software is, to open it and get a single central topic in the middle of the screen is kind of a letdown. However, for those who are experienced mindmappers, this screen represents an opportunity: An opportunity to create a mindmap that meets a particular…
  • My Talk at Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco

    Chance Brown
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:08 pm
    On March 20, 2014, I gave a talk at the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in San Francisco.  My talk explored how mindmaps could be used  for better decision making.  I also introduced the concepts of one-dimensional and multi-dimensional mindmaps and how to use them based on the purpose and context. Click below to view my talk: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR1uKpVlz8E Click here to view other speakers at the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in San Francisco. Bookmark It Related posts: Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco in a Word: Incredible Countdown to Biggerplate Unplugged San…
  • Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco in a Word: Incredible

    Chance Brown
    22 Mar 2014 | 9:45 am
    As mentioned in my previous post, I was a speaker and attendee at the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in San Francisco on March 20, 2014. It was an amazing conference!  It exceeded all my expectations!  There was a diversity of engaging speakers and very interesting and engaging conference attendees.  I also got an opportunity to spend time “in the hallways” with speakers such as Jamie Nast, Michael Deutch, and Shelley Hayduk who I knew via the Internet as well as James Franklin and Dave Maxfield both of whom I did not know before the conference.  The whole experience…
  • Countdown to Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco

    Chance Brown
    10 Mar 2014 | 6:13 am
    Well, this is the month.  This is the month that the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference comes to the United States.  If you are unfamiliar with the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference, the Founder of Biggerplate, Liam Hughes, describes it this way:  Our “Unplugged” events aim to inform and inspire the mind mapping community, and provide a focal point for individuals and organisations to meet and discuss developments and innovation within the mind mapping world. The Biggerplate Unplugged Conference has already been to several European cities: London, January 2013 Paris, March 2013…
 
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    Idea Mapping

  • Jamie Nast Featured in Using Mind Maps Magazine April 2014

    Jamie Nast
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:59 am
    I am honored to be feature in the April 2014 edition of the Using Mind Maps Magazine. This magazine’s first edition debuted May of 2013. You can view this magazine on the iPad or iPhone along with the back issues. The article I wrote tells the story of of my Mind Mapping/Idea Mapping journey.
  • New Friends and More Photos From Biggerplate Unplugged Event

    Jamie Nast
    6 Apr 2014 | 4:42 pm
    March 20, 2014 was the first Biggerplate Unplugged event held in the USA in San Francisco. I was privileged to be one of the speakers. You can see an idea map of the entire speaker line-up at my Feb 25, 2014 posting. Here is a brief description of these photos from top-down. Long time friend and Mindjet evangelist Michael Deutch, Biggerplate sold-out event, new friend Shelly Hayduk from TheBrain, new friend Jim Franklin from CB&I, new friends Liam (Founder of Biggerplate) & Graham Hughes from Biggerplate, and last but not least my new friend Chance Brown – author of the Mind…
  • Biggerplate Unplugged Mind Mapping Event in San Francisco

    Jamie Nast
    28 Mar 2014 | 3:44 pm
    March 20, 2014 was the first Biggerplate Unplugged event held in the USA in San Francisco. This successful event is sure to be just the start of many to come. This day was a great opportunity to meet new friends and re-acquaint with old. Top photo is my first meeting with the Biggerplate team members Liam Hughes and Gram Hughes. Bottom photo was a chance to catch up with old friends Bettina Jetter and Lisa Fait. In the next post I’ll share photos from the actual event! More photos, videos and presentation materials are available on the Biggerplate website and on the Biggerplate Facebook…
  • Idea Maps or Mind Maps 456-457 From 9-11 Year Old Children

    Jamie Nast
    17 Mar 2014 | 10:10 am
    Meet Lindsey Cranfield. Lindsey teaches 9-11 year old pupils at Holy Trinity Primary School in West Sussex, UK. I was introduced to Lindsey after teaching a 1-day Idea Mapping Workshop for PRA International’s Annual Leadership Retreat in Orlando, FL in May 2013. One of the PRA executives from England returned home after the event to discover his 10-year old daughter Alice had been creating idea maps or mind maps thanks to this extraordinary teacher. (See Alice’s map on William Shakespeare in my June 11, 2013 post.) He then introduced me to Lindsey. I’ve been contributing…
  • Vanda North and Jamie Nast Team Up For USA and UK Idea Mapping and Mind Chi Events.

    Jamie Nast
    5 Mar 2014 | 3:31 pm
    LOOK OUT! Here comes Vanda North & Jamie Nast together in one package for two spectacular 3-day events. Vanda and I have been doing work together since 1992 and have finally put our passions together as a joint offering for participants (or just one of the workshops if timing does not permit you to join us for both). We successfully debuted this workshop combination in December 2013, and now we are ready to go global. Our first 2014 public offering will be September 16-18 in Bournemouth, England and the second one will be held December 2-4 in Palm Beach, Florida (followed by a Certified…
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    Visual Mapping

  • Pictofigo: more than 7.000 freehand drawings for your mind maps

    23 Mar 2014 | 6:14 am
    As Mind Mapping expert and blogger Chuck Frey wrote: Images add visual interest to your mind maps.  Pictofigo is a webpage that provides more than 7.000 freehand drawings organized alphabetically and by tags. The amount of available images is growing fast and it would not be surprising to count more than 10.000 images on Pictofigo soon. This freehand drawings can add visual interest not only to your mind maps but also to your presentations, storyboards, blog posts.... The founders of Pictofigo, an India-based startup,  want to provide creative, clear and…
  • Biggerplate: 7 questions to Liam Hughes

    27 Feb 2014 | 7:16 am
    click on the map to enlarge itLast week, in London, I had the pleasure to meet Liam Hughes, co-founder of Biggerplate, the famous MindMap Library.  I asked him 7 questions about Biggerplate, its beginnings, some key numbers, new projects, trends in mind mapping software and some advice for new mind mapping software users. Here is the complete interview. Liam, when did you start Biggerplate?Biggerplate was started in my last year at University and that would be 2007, the first time of developing the idea. The first version of the website was launched in 2008.Why did…
  • Leadership Lessons from Star Wars

    2 Feb 2014 | 7:27 am
    Browsing Slideshare I came accross an original presentation titled "Leadership Lessons from Star Wars".A simple and visually impacting presentation created by Antonin Gaunand, a leadership expert.Using metaphors and a movie as a reference really helps to make the message about leadership accessible to everyone and not limited to a small group of specialists. A very, very good idea. Leadership lessons from star wars from Antonin Gaunand
  • WikiBrains: a Visual tool for Knowledge Discovery

    31 Dec 2013 | 11:25 am
    Source: WikiBrainsDigital SerendipityWikibrains is a tool for exploring  visually how words, names, ideas and concepts are connected. This online tool is giving us access to a collective brain based on a growing database of semantically linked information and knowledge. Exploring connections with Wikibrains is also a creative process because you can modify the connections, provide your own, see how the tool  suggests connections between your ideas. Finally you get an interactive visual map as you can see above.How it works "An idea, is a network of neurons firing…
  • Why Flat Design is good for Mind Mapping

    8 Dec 2013 | 12:59 pm
    Image: DribbleFlat Design is a minimalist approach to Design that emphasizes usability. Flat design techniques avoid embellishments such as embossing, drop shadows, gradients or artificial textures.   It has been one of the most talked about trends in web and user interface design during 2013. Microsoft: the biggest playerMicrosoft  is the biggest player in Flat Design, and the first to bring it to the forefront.  In 2006, Microsoft launched the Zune music player. It was a first step in defining the rest of Microsoft’s design for…
 
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  • No Heartache Over Heartbleed

    Raphaela Brandner
    15 Apr 2014 | 4:41 am
    In case you somehow haven’t heard about the infamous Heartbleed bug that’s been going around, or if you have and you’re concerned about the security of your mind maps, we’ve put together a quick overview for you that lists the dangers MindMeister users are currently facing: None The moment we got wind of the security issue we exchanged all related certificates, patched our servers, and made sure there were no leaks left that could endanger the privacy of our users. There is no need for you to change your MindMeister password. Your data is still safe and we will make sure that it…
  • 3 Powerful Tools for More Efficient Collaboration

    Raphaela Brandner
    8 Apr 2014 | 4:28 am
    Connect. Collaborate. Create. Those are the three big Cs that define our workflow in this increasingly connected and global world. It’s what they tried to teach us in school, with their slightly annoying group projects, and it’s what most employers expect when they look for “team players” with “good communication skills”. There’s a reason why collaboration is a keyword in the modern business environment: With the right tools, there are no limits to what we can achieve when we put our combined brainpower and creativity to use. Finding the right tools for this task can be a little…
  • The MindMeister Thought Extractor (Alpha)

    Raphaela Brandner
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:16 am
    We’re extremely excited to finally tell you about a new technology we’ve been working on for almost a year. All the hard work has paid off, as we now may proudly present to you the MindMeister Thought Extractor® (Alpha), a wireless device which replaces traditional input methods (such as the mouse and keyboard) and lets you insert ideas into your mind maps straight from your mind! The Thought Extractor is a so-called brain-computer interfacing device (BCI), the likes of which have been around for quite a while now. BCI already plays a role in computer gaming and in health care fields…
  • Join the Beta Test for Our Next Major iOS Update!

    Raphaela Brandner
    27 Mar 2014 | 8:09 am
    Good news, everyone! MindMeister’s next big iOS update is just around the corner. But before the release we’d like to invite you to take part in our beta testing program to ensure that the app complies with the high standards our users expect from it. Becoming a beta tester is super simple and you get to be one of the first people to try all the new features!   Here’s how it works: 1) Register on Testflight: http://tflig.ht/P5372P 2) After registering on Testflight, connect your device   (If you need more information about registering as a beta tester you can take a look…
  • The New MindMeister Add-on for Google Docs

    Raphaela Brandner
    12 Mar 2014 | 1:35 am
    Following the long and successful partnership between Google and MindMeister, which produced integrations in Google Hangouts and Google Drive, among others, MindMeister was invited to create an add-on for Google Docs, Google’s web-based office suite within Google Drive. The add-on is part of Google’s just released add-on store available for Google Docs and Google Sheets, which allows users to install and manage third-party apps and thus add new features to Google’s free web apps. What Does It Do? The MindMeister add-on is a neat little app that turns any bullet point list created in…
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  • Tax Deadline

    Juan Makabayan
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:44 pm
    During the weekend, I struggled to complete my tax return using Turbo Tax, working on Saturday and Sunday and finally completing by Sunday noon. I have been working on my taxes since last week after office until I decided that the effort needed a full weekend; to focus on assembling documents, preparing spreadsheets, making calculations on expenses and so on. The task is time consuming and requires a sustained effort of concentration, made difficult by the many diversions available: movies, books and music.  After I completed my tax return, thanking God for Turbo Tax, I wanted to play…
  • Leaving the Tunnel

    Juan Makabayan
    7 Apr 2014 | 7:11 pm
    A few weeks back, we returned from a trip to Savannah, Georgia and Beaufort, South Carolina. A visit to the old South, as people would say, enjoying the parks and public squares of Savannah, the stately homes around the square, enjoying the tours particularly the pirate house and other interesting legends like the Williams Mercer residence, the subject of a book and a film directed by Clint Eastwood. My memories of the so called American South did come from the book “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”, the gothic atmosphere, the decadent and aristocratic city recovering from the…
  • The New Role

    Juan Makabayan
    25 Mar 2014 | 7:16 pm
    Initially one thought the work was not done well, plans forming in the mind to make improvements, dropping the manual job of entering stuff in a separate spreadsheet, instead thinking that extracting a report from the tool will dictate work like a breeze. What a moron! Deluded that innate intelligence, insouciance and luck will make the job easier, another overconfident idiot walking naively to the lion’s den, a naïve lamb to the slaughter.  Soon one is confused, dazed and bewildered, scrambling to respond to emails, lost in the tumult of work traveling at the speed of light, aware…
  • Spring Break

    Juan Makabayan
    24 Mar 2014 | 7:41 pm
    Last Saturday I attended a District meeting in Columbia, feeling unprepared because I did not visit any clubs except my own which is not doing much since I attend the meetings anyway. Nevertheless, half the battle is showing up, in that respect I have done well considering the performance of the other area governors who are often absent. I did manage to write an email last Friday where 1 club president out of 3 responded, but only because our division governor was a member of his club. But I think I achieved a passing grade (barely), more for some effort than achievement since the other 3…
  • FOMA

    Juan Makabayan
    23 Mar 2014 | 8:53 am
       Stands for ‘Fear Of Missing Out’, a subject of a recent TED lecture, delivered by a young man, accurately describing what most yuppies feel in being left out in a world of social media and instant events. In fact this is an affliction experienced by people like me too, someone who is afraid of missing out on the next big thing, constantly driven by being in the know. The speaker said that one must not shun this feeling but instead go further and explore why, why does one have this feeling instead of just saying no and enjoying a quiet time at home. Good question. One was not…
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  • Heartbleed bug

    Stephen Zhu
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:47 am
    You may heart the Heartbleed bug, a major security flaw was discovered with OpenSSL, a cryptographic library that enables SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Security Layer) encryption for a majority of sites across the web, on Monday, April 7. The good news is that, because of the OpenSSL version we’re using on the server, XMind Ltd has not been affected by this bug. So please enjoy your XMind and XMind.net service.
  • Compuwave GmbH, a good partner

    steve
    20 Feb 2014 | 1:13 am
    We’re very glad to share a news that XMind is rewarded as Compuwave’s top product, and XMind Ltd is the best vendor in 2013. Compuwave GmbH is a very experienced and professional software distributor in the European. They have offered the service for local clients for a few years. They are our important partner in the Europe. Both Compuwave GmbH and XMind Ltd believe that we will have a better cooperation in the year of 2014 and the future. We will offer the better produce and service to local people and company clients.
  • New XMind is arrived

    steve
    23 Jan 2014 | 10:31 pm
    Happy New Year! And thanks for your waiting. Right now, we gave away new XMind(3.4.1), more stable and better user experience. Import Mindjet File XMind now can succeed in importing Mindjet files again. If you were Mindjet user before, you can now use the light-weight and free mind mapping software to continue your working. If one of your colleagues is Mindjet user, you can also exchange your working for collaboration. Mutil branch color The “Multi Branch Colors” functionality is available again. We can simple beautify our mind map and improve the creativity by changing the branch…
  • XMind 2013 makes incremental improvements, maintains excellent usability

    steve
    12 Jan 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Notes: this review is from the famous mind map expert — Chuck Frey. And your can view the original article by clicking HERE. In November, mind mapping software developer XMind Ltd. launched XMind 2013 with a host of incremental improvements that make it even more versatile, but without complicating the program’s simple, easy-to-use interface. In this review, we’ll take a closer look at what’s good, what needs improvement and the program’s suitability to business needs. Local network sharing Most teams are forced to share mind maps by e-mailing them – or placing them in a…
  • Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

    steve
    24 Dec 2013 | 1:19 am
    Around this time of year, most of you should enjoy the happiest time of 2013. And we would love to send a warm Thank You. It’s your support and encouragement, that promote us to step forward. And we never take them as granted. Within 2013, we released XMind 2013,  the more powerful and stable version. It has 10 new features, many improvements, and bug-fixed. Since November 2013, XMind 2013 has been downloaded by 700,278 times. From the January, XMind has been totally downloaded by 3,357,597 times. And for this moment, XMind is helping millions of people world widely to improve their…
 
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  • A Fresh Look for Mindomo with HTML5

    Nadina Lupu
    14 Apr 2014 | 1:03 am
    One of our most  important 2014 resolutions has come true – we finally made the shift from Flash to HTML5. Mindomo is now synced with today’s always-on evironment: the app runs smoothly on all devices, including the mobile ones, it’s lighter, tidier, and way faster than before. Thanks to Mindomo’s beautified interface, all mind mappers, [...]
  • Mindomo 7 Beta Testers Wanted

    Nadina Lupu
    25 Feb 2014 | 7:08 am
    We’re about to release Mindomo 7, and we can proudly say that our last few months of hard work will bring you a lighter, faster, simpler and more intuitive version of Mindomo. We could really use your help to add the final touches, so we’re launching a closed beta testing today where you can participate [...]
  • Meet Our New Team Member

    Nadina Lupu
    7 Feb 2014 | 2:35 am
    We are happy to introduce Albert as our new team member. He’s that piece of the puzzle we’ve been searching for. Just catch a glimpse at his bio and you’ll see why we chose him: Albert was born a couple of months ago, on a beautiful December morning. He grew up extremely fast into a [...]
  • Higher Accessibility With Brand New Mindomo 2.3. For Android

    Nadina Lupu
    30 Jan 2014 | 7:18 am
    Thousands and thousands of people are using Mindomo on their Android devices. What is really uplifting for our team is that they take the time to share with us their positive outcomes after using the app. We want to keep things this way, and  we want our users here with us in the long run. This is why we are constantly [...]
  • A Great New Year Together

    Nadina Lupu
    31 Dec 2013 | 3:11 am
    Just like most of you, we really enjoy this time of the year. Family reunions, presents, laughter and new plans. At least, this is how we did it in the Mindomo family. We also took the time to reflect upon our last year’s experience and make resolutions for the year to come: Keeping up with [...]
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