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Mind Map Presentations

Captivate Your Audience With Engaging Slideshows
Mind map presentations are engaging and incredibly simple to create. MindMeister lets you brainstorm the topics for your presentation in a map, outline a structure, add visuals, and turn everything into a dynamic slideshow — all within your web browser.
Speaking

Visual Storytelling

Visualizing your ideas is the most powerful way to communicate them to others. Mind map presentations are engaging, easy to follow, and memorable.

Collaborate

Real-time Collaboration

MindMeister enables teams to brainstorm the topics for a presentation together. All team members can simultaneously add ideas and discuss changes in our integrated chat.

Mobile

Easy Access

Create presentations right inside your web browser—no download or plugins required. Present slideshows online, on your Chromebook, iPhone, iPad or Android device.

Save Time Every Day

Creating presentations with tools like Prezi or PowerPoint can be cumbersome and take hours. With MindMeister, you can create stunning presentations within minutes. The best part: it doesn’t even feel like work!

Benefits of Mind Map Presentations

When you create a mind map, its subject is always located right at the center, with all related topics branching off from it in all directions. This way, the map visualizes hierarchies and connections between individual ideas in a two-dimensional structure. Seeing how things relate to each other makes it easier for audiences to follow the presenter’s line of thought and comprehend the information that is being delivered.

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Who Benefits From Mind Map Presentations?

A mind map presentation will captivate and engage your audience, whether you’re in the lecture hall, the meeting room or on the big stage. Here are just a few examples of people who benefit greatly from this fantastic format:

Communication

Teachers

Present complex topics and new concepts in a way that’s easy to comprehend and memorize for students. Share your map with them so they can take notes during your talk right inside the map

Education

Students

Use mind maps to quickly prepare presentations for the classroom: Just collect all your notes and topics in a map, add some images and colors, and then turn the map into a dynamic slideshow within seconds.

Advisor

Advisors

Efficiently deliver presentations to the busy executive: all relevant information can be visualized on one single page; additional information can easily be stored in the form of notes, links and attachments.

Brainstorming

Creatives

Visualize your ideas and creative concepts in a mind map to clearly communicate your vision to others. Use connections, colors, icons, images and embed videos to deliver effective presentations.

People

Employees

Present reports, project ideas, business strategies and proposals to managers and co-workers during meetings. Directly export your ideas as actionable tasks once your suggestions have been approved.

Press

Public Speakers

Create presentations that are both engaging and memorable. Mind maps help your audience see ‘the bigger picture’ and easily follow your train of thought. A presentation format worthy of the big stage!

Mind Map Presentation Software

MindMeister is mind mapping and presentation software combined. In one single map you brainstorm topics, add media and formattings, create your slides and even present them live to your collaborators.

Features

Presentation Options

Export Options

  • Infinite Canvas

    Grow your mind map in all directions without limitations

  • Real-time Collaboration

    MindMeister enables teams to brainstorm the topics for a presentation together. All team members can simultaneously add ideas and discuss changes in our integrated chat.

  • Add Media

    Add icons, images and arrows to the topics in your map

  • Play Videos

    Embed videos in your topics and play them during your presentation

  • Hide Information

    Hide additional information in notes so you don’t clutter up the canvas

  • Set Slide Transitions

    Choose between blur, pan, fast zoom and slow zoom

Best Practices

Best practice 1

Visuals function as mental triggers, so make sure to add plenty of icons, images and colors to your mind map to make the presentation as engaging and memorable as possible.

Best practice 2

Use keywords or short phrases for the topics in your map. You can add additional information in the form of notes, links, comments and even attached files without cluttering up your presentation.

Best practice 3

Start your presentation by showing the mind map as a whole. This will allow your audience to see the ‘bigger picture’ and get a feeling for how everything is connected.

Best practice 4

Zoom in on individual parts of the map using MindMeister’s presentation mode. Zoom back out every now and then to ensure your audience always knows where they currently are in the map.

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