ThinkBuzan Cloud (beta) is your own personal space online from ThinkBuzan where you can securely save all the Mind Maps you create in iMindMap and iMindMap Online.
Whilst the brand new ThinkBuzan Cloud is under beta testing, it’s available to
ThinkBuzan Cloud is also a tool of convenience and a real time-saver for those of you Mind Mappers using iMindMap on multiple computers. Simply save your iMindMap Mind Maps to ThinkBuzan Cloud and you can always access the most recent and up-to-date version of your maps on any computer that has iMindMap software installed, or in iMindMap Online.
With ThinkBuzan Cloud, working with iMindMap has never been so secure; you just need to save your maps to ThinkBuzan Cloud and you can rest assured that they are safely synced. Think of it as an extra back-up measure!
For quick and easy access to your iMindMap files, all you need to do to sync your iMindMap software is log in and click on ThinkBuzan Cloud in the Start Screen. Simply select the ‘Synchronise All’ button and ThinkBuzan Cloud will sync all the maps you’ve previously stored in the Cloud, connecting your computers and retrieving all the hours of hard work you’ve saved. There’s no need to email your Mind Map files back and forth to yourself, they will be waiting for you safe and sound.
What if you ever need to access your Mind Maps on a computer that doesn’t have iMindMap installed? No need to worry – if you have an iMindMap Online subscription (free when you purchase Home & Student or Ultimate), you can access your Maps from the ThinkBuzan Cloud on any computer with an internet connection and you’ll be able to save, sync and share all your maps!
There you have it – a brand new way to connect all of your Mind Maps. Mind Mapping has never been so convenient, secure and easy. Take a peek now whilst it’s completely free for a limited time only, and please share your feedback on the Feedback Forum!
Watch the video tutorial to get started with ThinkBuzan Cloud:
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