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July comes with a fresh improvement for Mindomo’s users. Because we know you want to be as organized as possible, we want to simplify it for you and help you get the most out of your mind maps. Now we have recurring tasks feature, as it was requested by some users to ease their to-do lists and project planning maps. How does a recurring tasks work? A recurring task is a task that happens on a regular basis. I can be a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly activity, or happening only on specific days of the week. For example, you can create a personal development mind map with the new habits that you would like to introduce into your routine. Maybe you intend to workout for 30 minutes every workday or read…

We recently updated our Microsoft Word (DOCX) export. Please see below how it works. 1. The central topic becomes the title of the exported document and will appear at the top with a bigger font size. Your main topics and subtopics will be listed in a headings hierarchy up until the 4th level. After the 4th level, all the subtopics will be listed as normal text with indentation. Notes are exported exactly as they are in the mind map (keeping their stylings such as bulleting, numbering, font size, and color). 2. Comments will appear on the right side of the document, in a column, each comment connected to its topic with a dotted line. The comments will also display the initials of the person who added it and the date…

We are continuously working to improve our tool, that’s why we are happy to let you know that we implemented another highly requested feature: exporting the comments from your Task Maps. However, for the time being, this functionality is available only with the Text File (.txt) and Microsoft Word (.rtf) export formats. When exported, the comments will appear right after the task: Let us know what you think in the Comments section below 🙂 Keep it smart, simple and creative! The Mindomo Team

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…