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The assignment functionality will allow your students to become familiar with mind mapping. Although assignments already include a section where you can add guidelines for your students on how to complete the assignment, in certain situations you might want to add extra instuctions inside the mind map. In this case, you can create a template mind map from scratch or use one of our already created templates by clicking on the “Create” button and choosing from the list. These work like an interactive mind map, where you can add step by step instructions, hints or options to choose from. This type of structure will give your students an idea of how their final mind map should look like. Also, by practicing, students will get amazing mind mapping skills. To add…

That time of the year has come again! And we mean the time of the year when we are delighted to make known some new features that will ease your work with Mindomo mind maps. You may be knowing by now that any mind map can be turned into tasks, that come in very handy when dealing with a project, as you can keep track of your activities and visually organize your to-do lists. Speaking of keeping track, you are now able to have an overview of the closed tasks. Access a topic’s context menu, select Tools, check the ‘ Show Closed Tasks ‘ option, and you’ll have a list of all the completed tasks that will also appear crossed out. Take a look! The option undo/redo is useful every…

For K-12, higher education, or home-schooling, mind maps are a great visual way of organizing the educational material around a subject through words, colors, pictures and numbers to illustrate concepts and identify connections. In the academic world, mind mapping gives teachers meaningful input into the thinking process of their students on a particular subject. With mind maps, teachers can understand what the specific knowledge of students has been and how well they understood the assignment or the material they studied. For students, mind maps are especially useful in writing and provide them with a natural way of thinking and developing thoughts on any subject. Here are 7 useful mind mapping tips that teachers can use inside and outside the classroom: Design your lesson plan – Preparing your lesson can be…

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