Over a million people have been using Ayoa to organize their creative thinking. We wanted Ayoa’s limitless possibilities to equal our user’s rapid creativity. That’s where Capture Maps come in – an innovative mind map setting that allows you to improve your creativity and record your thoughts at lightning speed.
With Capture Maps, you can take your mapping to the next level:
Get down your thoughts as they come to you – too many ideas floating around in your head? Don’t leave a genius idea behind! Put them all into a Capture Map at pace, because there’s no need to worry about formatting or linking just yet!
Build a second brain – with Capture Maps, there’s no central idea. Instead, on your canvas, you have the freedom to explore endless possibilities. Create a knowledge base for studying or research, plan a business proposal from the ground up, and find creative new ways to explore your thinking.
Create original connections – letting your thoughts roam free brings more opportunities to the surface. Diversity drives creativity and the same is true for your own ideas – so take the locks off your ability to produce original ideas by embracing all thoughts. The connections you make might be groundbreaking!
Switch to other styles of map – in Ayoa, you can switch between Capture Maps and map styles you already love at any time. Explore your ideas through Capture Maps, and switch to a Radial Map to present to others.
And don’t forget, Capture Maps still uses the incredible features already available in Ayoa to improve your creativity even more. Collaborate on your Capture Map with others, create tasks from your ideas to spring into action, and export your capture map to share with others.
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Mind maps are famous as great creative tools. Also known as “brainstorms” or “spider diagrams”, people often associate them with the beginning stages of a project or as a tool used solely by the creative members of the team. But it’s time to break mind maps out of this particular typecast!