A program that will be come one of your most unlikely friends
September 20, 2020

A program that will be come one of your most unlikely friends

Martin Steinbereithner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with MindManager

I use it for outlining problems; I put all my talk outlines on MindManager. When we brainstorm as a team, I always take notes with it. And for challenging decisions, a mindmap is my go-to tool. Finally, when we come up with a structure of a project, the tree/mindmap is a perfect way to map it.
  • Strategic Planning
  • Brainstorming
  • Knowledge Management
  • Problem Solving
  • For big projects, making sure we see all the ramifications of the timeline.
  • When we break down a paper/book, this allows us to outline all the chapters and sub-sections.
  • This is a better way to get a talk outline for a 50 min talk onto one page.
  • The integration with Powerpoint is still a bit clunky.
  • The maps work great - the other diagrams I find much less intuitive.
  • A bit more graphic flexibility with maps would be nice
  • Writing talks has become much quicker
  • Explaining an issue in a meeting gets done better and quicker
  • Seeing all the implications of a project can be hierarchically visualized
I write book chapters or whole books, and there is no better way than via a Mindmap to visualize the hierarchic nature of ideas in a book (chapter). It also makes it a lot easier to then divide up the work and give each person a chunk and they immediately see how it fits into the overall project.
Sorry, this is the only tool of this kind I used.
I love the various levels of mindmaps, which allows you to stay general or go very granular. So I outline most complex things on a mindmap. For things that are two-dimensional, such as timelines, I don't find it so useful.