MindMeister is now available in Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian.
We’ve got a whole lot of features packed into our most recent update that we can’t even fit them all into one post. Here, we’re covering a list of the new features we’ve recently introduced.
As of today, MindMeister is available to Google Apps users directly through the newly launched Google Apps Marketplace.
Assigning tasks is the perfect solution to making your mind map a road to project success.
In our continued commitment to bringing you the ultimate collaborative mind mapping experience we’re happy to announce a host of new features including; Spanish, French, and Danish language support, a new chat feature, embedded maps with live updates, and a whole lot more!
Whether you’re conducting a SWOT analysis of your competition and want to link out to their website, a student or professor using internal links to further explain a topic, or an individual user using links to point viewers to additional mind maps you may have created, using links is a great way to enrich your dataset. There are two unique ways to add links to your mind map: either manually, or using our WunderLink feature to seek out the most relevant topic link.
We’re proud to announce our newest iPhone application, Geistesblitz. An all-in-one, never-forget-a-thing, ideas, notes, and inspiration taker, Geistesblitz synchronizes perfectly with any MindMeister account. Available for free via the iTunes app store.
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”