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For quite some time now, we’ve been working extensively to improve our online and Desktop versions. You might have read about or tested some of the features, but here’s a full recap of what to try, from the most recent functionality up to the earliest: Microsoft Teams integration Available online. Create and collaborate on mind maps, concept maps, task mind maps, Gantt charts, and outlines directly from your Microsoft Teams account. Advanced formatting features Variety of topic shapes: rectangle, rounded rectangle, elliptic rectangle, circle, oval, line, capsule, parallelogram, hexagon, rounded hexagon, diamond, left arrow, right arrow, and trapeze Rainbow color scheme that makes the map connections appear in rainbow shades Option to add an image from the Mindomo gallery or personal computer as the map’s background New connection types: straight, arc,…

One of our most important 2014 resolutions has come true – we finally made the shift from Flash to HTML5. Mindomo is now synced with today’s always-on evironment: the app runs smoothly on all devices, including the mobile ones, it’s lighter, tidier, and way faster than before. Thanks to Mindomo’s beautified interface, all mind mappers, from first time users to power users, can easily take advantage of what our app has to offer. In the old version, you could access the same feature from different areas of the map. The new version simplifies things because some of the elements on your map were rearranged. It’s great since the functionality in the old version is still here, but the app is more user-friendly. Your map canvas looks tidier, with plenty of…

We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait for Santa and all the Christmas rage. We’ve been toying with the idea of making all our mind mappers an early present. So, here it is: a quicker, lighter mind map viewer. Thanks to HTML5, the maps you’ll be publishing, either embedded, or shared with others, will now be effortless accessible. That is, anyone who wants to view your maps can access them from their iPhone, iPad, or any other phone or tablet out there, without having to install any third-party plug-ins or native apps. Once you’ll give it a try, you’ll see it works like a charm! Hopefully, you will enjoy this gift as much as we enjoyed the early present we received from Google. They hand-picked Mindomo as one…