With summer in the air outside and the office on a high from releasing iMindMap 5 Basic for free earlier this month, we at ThinkBuzan are feeling all about sharing right now. What better way to bring people together than through the universal language of Mind Mapping? And so today we are officially joining forces with Biggerplate – the Mind Map Gallery.
Now there is the perfect place to share and view your iMindMap maps on all different topics, across business and education and everything in between, with people all over the world. Get involved and discover some great ideas for a more efficient way of doing something, or a explanation for a topic that suddenly makes the cogs click into place.
“We are really looking forward to working with Biggerplate and witnessing the community that joining forces with Biggerplate will create for iMindMap users. Our users are highly creative and pragmatic as a group and we are excited to see the solutions and ideas they can start sharing with each other through Biggerplate. iMindMap is designed to let you do what you do, but faster and better, and now this community will help get the innovative results out there for more to benefit from!”
Chris Griffiths, CEO of ThinkBuzan
With over 17,000 members uploading and downloading, and over 1,000 maps to peruse, there is a bounty of information and inspiration at your fingertips. Biggerplate was first launched in January 2008, and since its launch there have been almost 140,000 Mind Map downloads.
“We are absolutely delighted to be adding iMindMap 5 to Biggerplate. The quality of the software and the enthusiasm of the iMindMap community meant this was a very easy decision for us to make. We hope to see lots of iMindMap users joining us at Biggerplate soon, and we are very excited to engage with a whole new community of mind map users. Most of all, we look forward to seeing iMindMap users adding their own maps to the library at Biggerplate, so that everyone can learn about the numerous ways in which iMindMap is being used in businesses, schools, and homes around the world!”
Liam Hughes, Founder of Biggerplate
If you have created, and maybe regularly use, a map that really helps you – throw it up on Biggerplate and give a little back to the community! We are stepping up our game this year to try and make sure more people can find ways to think better and get the most out of their grey matter, and this is a quick and beneficial way that you can get involved too. Discovered something that works for you? Pay it forward and hopefully we’ll all be eating from a Biggerplate!← Do it like the Royals – 5 Steps to Planning a Wedding Stress-Free Get Organised with an iMindMap Document Management System →