- Students learn better
- Corporations drive projects and tasks faster ()
- Organizations easily document and view countless reports and forms
- Individuals manage their busy schedules and goals
MindMapper is easy to learn and use, and powerful enough to capture, drive, and share ideas immediately.
Key MindMapper Features Include
· Mapping and Navigation
MindMapper features 19 different mapping directions, plus 24 branch styles. Topics can be created by pressing the spacebar or by simply typing. And these topics can easily be rearranged by dragging and dropping them. Predefined styles of maps can be used for visual enhancement. Images can be imported from other sources. And legends are available for marking.
Collaborate with others in real-time or delayed-time, using an online collaboration session that’s free for up to 10 users. A dedicated collaboration server can also be deployed for any organizations. Easily invite others to collaboration map by creating a session link. Create, share, and co-edit maps wither others; better yet conduct meetings with clearly defined agendas and goals, or brainstorm ideas to find that eureka moment. You can add hyperlinks or attach files for everyone to share as well.
Some Key Features:
- Attendee Statistics - shows each user how many topics they've created
- Split Collaboration Map - off a topic, to create another collaboration map
- Vote - lets users decide on options in real-time
- Minutes - creates summary or meeting minutes of the collaboration session in MS Word format
- Topic Permission - organizer of collaboration session can set read/write permission for each topic
- Public and Private Chatting - participants can chat with all participants or with just one participant
Each map can also be posted online. You can directly copy and paste HTML code to the website, blog, or bulletin board, or simply create a link to the map. With mobile apps for iOS and Android, maps can be uploaded to Dropbox and synced between the MindMapper desktop and mobile app.
You can export and import maps to different formats to share or present
- Export: MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Project, MS Outlook (tasks), MS OneNote
- Import: MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Project, MS Outlook (tasks)
- Save as: JPG, BMP, EMF, GIF, PNG, TIF, PDF, XPS, TXT, RFT, XML, Text based webpage
MindMapper can also be used as presentation tool, using its Presentation mode
Projects of any scope can easily be conceived, planned, executed, and completed using MindMapper. Schedule tasks and track completion rate, using its bullt-in Gantt chart. You can also define and assign resources, insert dependency, and export to MS Project.
MindMapper can also be used as a front-end information database or personal knowledge management tool,
- Hyperlinks – links documents, webpages, and folders
- Attachments – embeds documents to map file
- Folder Map – creates a map of the folder structure of the hard drive
- Extract Topics – filters topics based on conditions
Tasks can be managed more efficiently and in a timely manner in a visual format. The task map can be converted to table format for a more familiar view, or converted to a Kanban board.
Capture text quickly from the Internet or documents using Auto Paste, which automatically inserts highlighted texts from the source to the map. You can easily capture a screen, input an equation or special characters, as well as:
- Insert Excel sheet or chart
- Draw Relation or Tie Line to make an association
- Call out topics using Boundary
- Make quick notes with Sticky Note
- Highlight text by turning on the Pen feature
· Brainstorm and Problem Solve
Conduct a timed brainstorming session, group relevant ideas, and attach them to predefined categories. In addition to the main brainstorming feature, there are seven other types of brainstorming methods built into MindMapper:
- Radiant association
- Attribute listing
- Process planning
- Cause and effect
- Backward thinking
- Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats (SWOT) analysis
- Forced connection
MindMapper’s workspace lets ideas expand, collapse, get organized, and be extracted for simplicity and clear thinking. The process of mapping out your ideas and thoughts will lead to a better grasp of pressing problems, and allows them to be viewed from different angles, which will eventually lead to solutions.