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July comes with a fresh improvement for Mindomo’s users. Because we know you want to be as organized as possible, we want to simplify it for you and help you get the most out of your mind maps. Now we have recurring tasks feature, as it was requested by some users to ease their to-do lists and project planning maps. How does a recurring tasks work? A recurring task is a task that happens on a regular basis. I can be a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly activity, or happening only on specific days of the week. For example, you can create a personal development mind map with the new habits that you would like to introduce into your routine. Maybe you intend to workout for 30 minutes every workday or read…

We are back with a series of upgrades to our tool. We always want our users to have a great experience using Mindomo. Therefore, we are happy to announce the fresh improvements that we recently made, taking into account your suggestions as well. Starting this month, brand new colorful themes, style enhancements and outline upgrades are available. Let’s start with the most awaited ones: Brand new vibrant themes Now there is a big variety of colorful themes added to our library. Be more creative and customize your maps with these fresh looks. We created different types of themes, from very colorful and vibrant to simple and suggestive ones. We played with the fill and border colors to create original and modern designs. This way, you can benefit from a mixture…

As you may know, assistive technology (AT) means any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to enhance, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of persons with impairments. Basically, assistive technology allows people with disabilities to compensate for certain incapacities, by promoting independence and reducing the need for additional support. In education, assistive technology is used for students with disabilities to overcome barriers due to reading, attention, organizational, memory and the physical demands of the tasks related to the coursework. Examples of assistive technology instruments include screen readers, speech to text, spell checking and mind mapping. Mind mapping as assistive technology Mind mapping transforms monotonous information and details into colorful, interesting and extremely structured graphs that act in line with your brain’s natural way of…

We are back with the third upgrade of this series: integrating the task functionality into normal mind maps. Use tasks to keep your information organized, set due dates for your projects, prioritize your work, set completion rates or assign them to your collaborators. You can now turn topics from your mind map into tasks (Ctrl+K) or manually insert a task subtopic to any topic you like (Alt+Shift+Enter) from the Insert panel. Checkboxes will be automatically added in front of the task topics; checking these off indicates that the task has been completed. If a topic has the option Set as Task checked off, all new subtopics will inherit it and will become subtasks. You can always remove the check mark to prevent newly added subtopics from turning into subtasks. A…