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How to find the best mind mapping software? A human being thinks between 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts every single day. Those thoughts are the seeds of your new ideas. Our brain could be overwhelmed and those ideas will be lost, due to the agglomeration and disorder. You have the option to write concepts on paper to remember them, but sometimes it is not enough. When you visualize those ideas structured into a mind map, you can create connections and you can organize your thoughts. This way, you can present them to others. Consequently, the mind mapping tools can be a perfect solution! What is a mind mapping software? A mind mapping software is a tool used to create diagrams of relationships between concepts, ideas, or any data. The purpose of…

Sometimes you have a very valuable idea, without even realizing it. All you need to do is add clarity to your thoughts, bring that good idea to light and start developing it. And mind mapping is the perfect technique to help you with that, as it gives you an excellent overview of what you need or want to do and where to start from. Mind mapping techniques enthusiasts believe you can achieve 20 hours of work in 6 hours just by using a mind mapping tool to set your thoughts and ideas. Here are the 5 ways to increase your productivity with mind maps: –> Visualize your ideas. When you place a main idea as the central topic of a mind map, you begin to literally visualize it, which means that…

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…

Did you know that you can now add hashtags to your mind map and use them as filtering instruments? Add hashtags to your topics to easily label them, and the next time you type #, you will see an autocomplete list. Continue typing if you want to insert a new hashtag or click on an existing one to add it to your topic. Hit ENTER or click outside the topic to activate the hashtag functionality. Now you can filter by hashtags, making your mind map search a breeze. This functionality allows you to focus on specific information from your mind map and hide all the other topics. Go to the Search bar and type in your hashtag or simply click on it under Filter by Hashtag. The number next to…

We are back with a series of upgrades to our tool, one of which is reorganizing our Multimedia panel from the left toolbar. Our existing Multimedia panel has been split into three specialized panels: one for images, one for videos and one for audio files. Use them to quickly add multimedia resources to your topics, without the hassle of navigating through a complex menu. The new design even comes with a bonus: you can now add an audio file on the same topic where you already have an image/video. You can find the audio file under the “play” icon. The videos and images added to a topic are still interchangeable (the video replaces the image previously added to your topic and vice-versa). Image panel Attach images to your mind map…