You wouldn’t usually find SaaS companies like MeisterLabs at a trade show. We make the majority of our sales over the internet – through our website organically, or via PPC campaigns, product review sites and other referrals. However, this year we decided to attend Atlassian Summit Barcelona. MeisterLabs Founder, Michael Hollauf, shares whether it was worth the investment.
Sometimes, it feels like there are an innumerable number of things that divide us. Even at work, there seem to be a hundred big and small issues that cause friction —miscommunications, misunderstandings and mismatches. Bad prerequisites, wrong assumptions and ill-conceived goals. It […]
We’re very happy to finally present one of the most frequently requested features in MindMeister: the ability to select multiple topics at once and apply formats, icons and other information to them in bulk. This feature is now available to all users and […]
Please note: this article was last updated in 2011. For the latest information on map templates and other product updates, please visit our blog homepage. We’re proud to announce a new feature available to all users: map templates. When creating a new mind […]
After one of the speediest reviews we’ve ever had, Apple has just released the new version of MindMeister for iPad to the App Store. The release contains a slew of new features and brings the iPad experience a considerable step closer to […]
Please note: this article was last updated in 2009. For up to date information on the MindMeister app for iOS and Android, please visit: mindmeister.com/mind-maps/apps-download It is done – the new MindMeister application for iPhone and iPod touch has finally arrived in the […]
XING, Europe’s largest business networking site – the LinkedIn of Europe if you will – has just launched its own OpenSocial API, as reported by Techcrunch and others. As you can see (and may have guessed by now), MindMeister is one of 13 launch applications of XING’s new Partner Ecosystem. Read article “MindMeister on XING”
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) has just named MindMeister as one of the “Top 25 Web sites for Teaching and Learning”, and naturally, we’re chuffed about the news. Read article “MindMeister Wins Best Teaching and Learning Site Award”
Please note: This article was last updated in 2009. MindMeister is now available in 12 languages, a list of which can be found in the language pop-up in the footer of our website.
Read article “Introducing MindMeister in German and Japanese”