Spend less time in your inbox and more time focusing on your most important work with iMindMap’s email integration. Send your iMindMap creations, from brainstorms to Mind Maps, directly in an email, as a .imx file or image file, all from within iMindMap.
Effortlessly upload your iMindMap files to file storage and synchronisation service, Google Drive, to access your work on the go. Saving your iMindMap files to Google Drive means you can keep them in one accessible space with your other files to manage your workload with ease.
File hosting service, Dropbox, automatically syncs your files across all of your devices. In a few clicks, save your iMindMap files to Dropbox to access them wherever you are and share them with friends, team members and more – even if they don’t have a Dropbox account.
iMindMap works hand in hand with note-making and task management tool, Evernote. Create images of your creations in Brainstorm and Mind Map View in iMindMap and share them with Evernote to give the details of your projects some visual appeal.
The two-way sync between iMindMap and visual task management app, DropTask, means you can ensure every task is completed on time and to its fullest potential. Fire your ideas into iMindMap’s Mind Map View, then send them into DropTask to action, prioritise and delegate. It works the other way too – export whole projects from DropTask into iMindMap to brainstorm ideas and work out the details.
iMindMap works in harmony with your most-used Microsoft Office tools to give you more flexibility with your work:
- Convert your Mind Maps into Word documents to create useful handouts
- Export your Mind Maps as an Excel spreadsheet to analyse data
- Plan, manage and prioritise your ideas with Microsoft Project
- Transform your Mind Maps into vibrant PowerPoint presentations
Upload your iMindMap creations to your Facebook and Twitter accounts at the click of a button and share them with the world. Create unforgettable presentations in iMindMap’s Presentation View and upload them straight to YouTube to immortalise on film.