Mind maps are a great format to present information to others because they display hierarchies and connections and let you see the “bigger picture”. But sometimes, a mind map becomes too big and too complex to effectively use it as a presentation tool. That’s why we’ve added an amazing new feature to MindMeister that lets you turn your mind maps into slideshows, with each slide focusing on only a few individual topics at a time. Read article “Introducing: MindMeister Presentation Mode”
Great news for fans of our MindMeister for iPad app! We’ve recently released version 4.1 which packs a number of improvements and requested features into your favorite mobile mind mapping app.
The Sourcing Ninja, Ken Hew provides practical and tactical advice on using mind maps in the Recruitment and Sourcing industry.
TEDx events are simply awesome. Based on the simple premise of “Ideas worth spreading,” TEDx events embody all that is great about the global TED events, and break them down to a community focused implementation. At the numerous TEDx events I’ve had […]
Please note: This article was last updated in 2011. For up-to-date information on MindMeister’s mobile apps, please visit mindmeister.com/apps! Ladies and Gentlemen; we know you’ve been waiting quite a while for it, and we’re very pleased to announce the official launch of […]
So you’ve been mind mapping for a while now. You’ve completely organized your personal life. You have maps for every trip you take, every project you undergo, and each brainstorming session. Probably much much more! Now what? Let’s take this picture and […]
Please note: this article was last updated in 2011. For the latest MindMeister product news, please visit the product updates section on our blog. We’re very happy to bring you the newest iteration of MindMeister! This is by far our largest and […]
Please note: This article was last updated in 2010 so some of its content might be outdated. For the latest information on MindMeister for iOS, please visit mindmeister.com/apps If you’re already using MindMeister for iOS mobile, you’ve probably noticed an update being […]
We’re looking for 100 beta testers for our soon to be released MindMeister for Android app.
Maximize the comprehension and retention of your visual presentations through images and icons.
New York City public school teacher Anthony Valentin uses MindMeister in the classroom to engage and inspire students. Here’s how.
One of our most popular features, the Offline Mode has returned! HTML5 based, our offline mode is currently supported only by Chrome and Safari, with Firefox support coming online with the release of Firefox 4.
MindMeister is now available to SAP StreamWork users worldwide as a fully integrated gadget.
To close the year out with a bang, we’re pleased to announce a rock solid MindMeister for iPad update, as well as a limited-time-only free MindMeister for iPhone app via the Apple App Store.
We’re happy to report that our latest system deployment that occurred over the weekend took less than our estimated 1 hour of downtime, and includes a few HTML5 based features you’re sure to enjoy. Let’s take a look at what’s new, as well as provide an update on our Offline Mode feature.
Ulistic is an internet marketing firm based in Calgary, Canada. Founded in 2007, the Ulistic team takes a unique approach to servicing small to medium sized businesses throughout North America. They aim to deliver a rock solid online marketing strategy to clients, […]
We’ve recently released a number usability improvements and small features based on the most frequent user requests.
Berlin based, Robert Böhme is a programmer with high aims. When he’s not working on projects for the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, he and his fifty-five person team from around the world, aka the Part Time Scientists, make up […]
As the guy that also handles the MindMeister Twitter account, I do my very best to keep on top of community wants, needs, questions, etc.. One of the most common “How do I?” ‘s that I see revolves around our embedding feature. Let’s take a look at how to embed a MindMeister mind map in Blogger, Tumblr, and Wordpress.
We’re happy to announce our newest release: MindMeister 4.7. We’ve incorporated some HTML5, allowing users to drag and drop attachments from their desktop directly to nodes.
Using MindMeister and OnePoint Project as a complete innovation management process.
We’re happy to announce that the MindMeister application for iPad is now available from the Apple app store.
Los Angeles, California-based entrepreneur Espree Devora, known as “The Girl Who Gets It Done,” launched her latest venture, MinneApp, an internet marketing agency, already at full capacity with a waiting list of clients to perform her online marketing skills. She began as […]
An update on our iPad app
This is the first in our new series of sharing remarkable MindMeister stories and features Helen Crozier, Productivity Consultant based in Sydney, Australia. Got an interesting MindMeister usage story we should know about? Let us know! Helen Crozier is an independent Productivity and […]
Please note: Google Wave has now been discontinued. For the latest information on MindMeister’s integrations, please visit mindmeister.com/integrations
Announced at this year’s Google I/O conference in San Francisco, Google has officially taken Wave out of beta, and made it available to all – no invites needed! To help celebrate this “Grand Opening”, we’re very happy to present: MindMeister is now available as a Google Wave gadget. Read article “MindMeister for Google Wave”
Learn how to utilize MindMeister’s cut/copy/paste features to increase your mind mapping productivity.
New features at MindMeister include Folders, Task filters, an extended My Tasks view, and Twitter Tools.
One of the great things about MindMeister is that its usage possibilities are endless. Let’s take a look at three examples where recruiters and HR professionals can benefit from MindMeister.
MindMeister is now available in Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian.