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July 2012

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Hi MindMeister User,

This month's newsletter gives you a sneak preview of a host of great new features that we'll be releasing over the next couple of weeks, the announcement of a recent partnership with Google Education as well as new video tips and featured mapping case studies. Enjoy!

The MindMeister Team

Upcoming Feature Roundup

After months of hard work we're close to launching a number of updates to MindMeister that will make your mind mapping experience even better. Coming up are Floating Topics (finally!), Connections Labels, an all-new graphical Presentation Mode, and a completely rewritten MindMeister app for Android, now with full tablet support! Read more...

Education Apps on Chromebook

We're proud to announce the inclusion of MindMeister in the in the new Google Chromebook Education Apps Pack. Involvement in this project is a great step for our educational efforts, helping teachers and students to find, use, install and manage web apps more efficiently. Read more...

MindMeister in €2.4m EU Project

CODE, a recently started research project funded by the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), will investigate how facts can be extracted from 40 million research papers, visualized, and interlinked with existing knowledge bases on the Web. Read more...

Congratulations Competition Winners!

We had a great competition on Facebook last month for Euro 2012, giving away lots of Pro mind mapping licenses and an Apple iPad. A big congrats to David Hose who was the winner of the iPad. For a full list of winners click here.

New version screencast

Video Tip: History View

Ever wanted to find out how your ideas evolved in a map? Check out our tip video on MindMeister's patented History View.

Ulistic Case Study

Featured Case Study

Ulistic is an internet marketing company based in Calgary, Canada. Their coaching program based on MindMeister offers them a fresh approach to doing business online.

Featured Mind Map

Featured Mind Map

This month's featured mind map is 'How Mind Maps Help Teachers' by Toni Krasnic, a professional educator and mind mapper.

From Collecting to Connecting...

...A New Paradigm for Education. Professor Toni Krasnic is an author, mind mapper, teacher, and student success coach, he is the author of 'How to Study With Mind Maps'. This article is a guest post by Toni on the MindMeister Blog that is worth checking out, especially if you're working in the education domain. Read more...

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