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What other best way to prove that your requests matter than making them happen? Improved notes A large amount of your requests was about improving our Notes feature in normal mind maps, task mind maps and task outlines. Notes are important because they let you add larger bodies of information without losing the map’s overview feel. So, are you wondering how we made Notes better? We added a few more editing formats like insert code block and adding quotes. Not that impressed yet? There’s more on our list: Inserting mathematical formulas Are you a Maths teacher or students that wants to insert complex mathematical formulas in Mindomo but don’t know how? All you need to do is open a Note or start a new Comment, go to ‘Insert…

It’s that time of the year that calls for making gifts and celebration. Speaking of which, we got you a present. Something special that will let you: Label the lines between topics Whenever you add a new topic in your concept map, you can instantly explain how it’s linked to the previous one. Your maps will make perfect sense both for you and the people you share them with. Create multiple connections between topics easily As your map builds up, you’ll probably see connections you didn’t think before. So click on a topic, drag the connecting line and drop it onto the linking topic. Once you label it, your new connection is out in the open. Position topics freely Build your concept map without any layout restrictions. Topics can be…

At some point, we all have some writing to do. Whether it is a short story, an essay or a speech, good writing is just like Math (go figure 🙂 ), logical and structured. So it becomes clear and accessible for the reader. For this very reason, a mind map helps you structure your writing. When you are writing a story, begin by creating a mind map. Put a relevant picture in the center to open your imagination. Then brainstorm on the characters, conflict and peek of the story, and how it should end. Next, use the new Outline View to go from brainstorming to actually writing the story. Basically, you will turn your map into a real-time editable outline. This helps you quickly organize ideas in a logical sequence, build them…

Just to make sure you have everything you need to kick-start this new school year, we spent the entire summer vacation working on some cool updates: 1. Playback feature: your own magnifying glass to see who did what on any mind map. Use it to see who has been working on the map, all their individual contributions and the time they were made. With this new feature, assessing students’ work on collaborative mind maps will be a piece of cake. 2. Courses transformed into Assignments. Why? The Resources and Notes sections in a Course were less used. So we removed them, making everything more straightforward. Still, nothing has changed in the way you build and share your mind map assignments: – students maps are instantly shared with the teacher from the moment…