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Hello everyone! It looks like I'm another one of those "been away" folks. I've been very busy speaking, writing, traveling, and producing new things related to my freelance work and my website www.letsgosew.com. This year I'm traveling less and hope to streamline and organize my work life and workspace. Info about iMindMap software popped up in a post I was reading today. Is anyone familiar with this? If so, how has it helped you?
I used iMindmap for years. I LOVE mind mapping!! It's a great way for me to get my thoughts/ideas out of my head and onto the canvas so I can develop them quickly. It helps me to be creative and get out of a linear thinking process.
I use mind mapping when developing marketing strategies for my business and for my clients.
I used iMindMap for a long time. Lately, I switched to Mindnode. This app is only available on Apple products. I prefer it because I find it elegant and much more cost effective. The app I use primarily is on my iPad. It was only $10!! Incredible value. I think the PRO version is ~$30 for laptop/desktop products.
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have questions.
Wow, thanks for the reply Ramon! I am an apple mac user so this could work. Hard to go wrong for $30. Can I ask you if the two products are really really close to one another as far as how they work? Since you have used both, is there anything you miss now from switching to the Mindnode?
HA! I liked your word elegant . . . that gives me a visual picture of finding it more pleasant to work with.