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We continue the series of improvements and bring you three new playful topic shapes, which you will find in the context menu of each topic. The cloud shape, useful when you feel inspired and want to mark down a great idea. The speech bubble shape, if you feel like giving a voice to your thoughts. The speech bubble outline shape – for whenever you have a brilliant view that needs to be shared. We hope you will find the new shapes entertaining and you will create enjoyable mind maps. Please give the new features a try and let us know what you think in the Comments section below. Keep it smart, simple and creative! The Mindomo Team

We’re excited to announce that our new and refreshed Share panel is now online. Our goal with this newly designed sharing functionality was to offer the easiest experience you can get when it comes to sharing your work with others. We hope you’ll find the new design to be uncluttered and more user-friendly. So, what’s new? The first change you’ll notice when you open the Share panel is that we included the password protection right there, in the top left side. Simply click on Password, then set a password for your map. By clicking on More you will get the link to Embed the map, use it as RSS or HTML, etc. Link sharing was simplified too, you have all the options in one page: you can make your mind…

This time of the year gets everyone excited because the arrival of fall also means that Halloween is coming. Each year there are approximately 41.2 million kids who dress up and go trick-or-treating. While Halloween might be fun for most kids, there will always be a few exceptions. For example, kids with learning and attention difficulties. These kids might be more scared of this holiday than excited due to their oversensitivity. So, let’s see what you can do to make Halloween fun for them too: Costumes: The unusual clothing, the sensation of masks and the makeup can be a huge problem for kids with learning and attention issues. What you can do is have kids wear the costumes before the big day so they can get comfortable with them. If not,…

For a lot of us, going on a business trip is “double trouble”, partly because preparing for this is unlike preparing for a family trip and partly because you need to get in shape for business meetings and presentations. In both cases, being well-prepared is the key, and it will give you that sense of confidence of having things under control. And how to get organized the right way, you might ask? We’ll, there are two things you should definitely consider if you want a solid business travel plan. Plan everything with time management in mind. This will make you focus on your trip’s priorities. Use concept maps for individual or even team brainstormings to put together all business-related to-dos. Start from the core – your business trip, and enumerate…

As a visual tool, mind mapping helps you have a better understanding of different concepts, processes, projects as well as data. When collaborating with others, it’s very useful and efficient to use mind mapping as a communication tool. Some of the best ways in which you can use mind mapping to communicate strategically are:

  • Defining a concept

Any concept that is associated with an image has a higher chance of being better remembered and understood. For this reason, icons, symbols and images have an essential role in visually representing specific concepts. The same is happening when defining a concept through mind mapping: