iMindMap 11 is packed full of innovative new ways to get your ideas, plans and projects up and running. With multiple views, a variety of features and easy to navigate display makes iMindMap 11 a tool that can be used by anyone. Version 11 is our most powerful to date, and we love seeing how all the new and creative aspects are being put to use. With so many unique views, the possible purposes for iMindMap are endless – but, if you’re stuck for ideas, learning what others are doing is a great way to get the cogs turning.
From working professionals to creative freelancers – read on to see why we believe iMindMap 11 has something for everybody.
iMindMap makes a great addition to any workplace – our software allows teams to collaborate creatively, or work independently, on a plethora of ideas. So, what views and features from iMindMap 11 are business professionals loving?
Org. Chart View is ideal for those working in a number of roles – whether you’re in HR and want to map out company structure, or a recruitment officer looking to keep track of candidates and vacancies, this view allows for an effective visual display of top-down data. Use Org. Chart View to create flowcharts and present structure in a visually appealing way that is easy to digest.
By planning out modes of work in Org. Chart you can easily spot room for improvements within internal processes; ultimately boosting your team’s productivity. Allocating resources and outlining projects becomes simple with this view – when working on large scale assignments you can easily follow the progression of tasks back to their natural starting point.
Many students will tell you that getting down all the relevant notes in a lecture is a challenging feat. It’s common for fleeting ideas to strike in the midst of a lecturer’s speech, but be gone by the time there’s actually a chance to get them down on paper. The transition from messy lecture notes, to the essay planning which follows, is generally an uphill battle – and that’s why students are using iMindMap 11 to streamline the entire process.
Fast Capture View makes taking down lecture notes fast and easy – the speediness of Bubble Web mode allows students to get down ideas in real-time, while the Bubble Group feature means students can structure and organise their comments once the lecture is over. All the notes are then safely stored on iMindMap meaning there’s no last-minute stress searching for scraps of paper or missing notepads.
The option to have a Split Screen whilst working in iMindMap is one of version 11’s most popular features. For students trying to bring together ideas or compare revision notes, Split Screen saves shuffling papers or jumping between documents. So, whether you’re an English Literature student contrasting two texts, or a journalism student looking to verify a number of sources, iMindMap’s Split Screen mode makes your life easier.
iMindMap isn’t just for the office – it can be used at home by creative freelancers, people looking to organise personal goals or even those trying to stay on top of a variety of hobbies. So, what features are favoured by those using iMindMap just for themselves?
Radial Map view from iMindMap 11 allows you to lay out your ideas whilst keeping your central goals and objectives at the heart of everything. It’s great for those planning out activities to reach health and fitness targets, or for anyone working on a variety of creative projects who want to keep their core values at the centre of their work. Plus, the easy-to-digest format makes it ideal for freelancers looking to present ideas to potential customers. Radial Map is a wonderful, flexible tool that can help whether you’re planning a novel, or running a marathon.