MindMeister is the industry leading collaborative mind mapping solution. Using the proven mind mapping technique, MindMeister users can quickly and easily map out their thoughts, ideas, and plans, and have a birdseye view not only of where their project stands at the moment, but also, where it's heading. MindMeister's powerful tools are now available to users of the Google Apps Marketplace. is.gd/a8sKu
MindMeister is a market leading brainstorming and data visualization application based in the cloud. MindMeister 6 is by far our largest and most substantial product redesign since our inception in early 2007. We've managed to keep all your favorite features, as well add over 200 user-requested additions. Get started with your own mind map today at mindmeister.com
Adding notes to your mind maps is a great way to further clarify or explain your topic. MindMeister's WunderNote feature provides notes with one click.
Adding links to your mind maps is a great way to further clarify or explain your topic. MindMeister's WunderLink feature provides links with one click.
MindMeister's WunderTask feature can quickly and easily assign tasks to multiple parties, all from within your mind map
MindMeister's exclusive History View provides a complete change log for your mind maps. Learn how to effectively use this tool.
Explore MindMeister's powerful collaboration mode and start brainstorming together!
Working with multiple mind maps at the same time is a great way to compare and contrast data within these maps. In this video will be covering switching between maps without having to exit to the main dashboard, as well as using browser tabs to view multiple maps side by side.
Continuing our MeisterTips series, this video focuses on MindMeister's cut/copy/paste feature, as well as creating new maps from existing map nodes.
There are some occasions where you'd like to print out your mind map. However, if you've got a large mind map with multiple nodes, printing to a standard 8.5 x 11 or A4 sized paper makes the mind map unreadable. The Solution? Print the mind map to multiple pages using the 'Tile all pages' option in Adobe Acrobat's print settings.