MindMapper Arena is an application that enables
you to easily create complex mind maps containing massive amounts
of information, using clip art and custom shapes to depict branches
and central ideas. The utility comes with a wide variety of
layouts, templates and styles you can use to represent data. All of
these can be employed to create various type of projects, such as
class schedules, weekly plans or purchase strategies.
In order to come up with ideas for your projects, or to train the cognitive abilities of your students, you can use one of the included strategies, such as radiant association, backward reasoning or forced connection. These employ various techniques to come up with original thoughts and ideas, in order to solve a specific problem.
Here are some key features of "MindMapper
Variety of Mapping Directions
23 different mapping directions, from hand drawn style to problem-solving Fishbone to time-based process tree (world’s first).
Find new perspectives by viewing information in different layouts.
Collaboration for Business Users
Maximize efficiency and communication by conducting collaboration meeting in visual format where all attendees can participate and edit in real-time.
Export to MS Office
Exchange information by converting maps to MS Office files (First to introduce this feature in 2000).
Use built-in Gantt chart to view schedule, resources and completion rate.
Hyperlinks and Attachments
Visually build a map to manage files by using hyperlinks and attachments. You can view all hyperlinks/attachments or convert them from hyperlinks to attachments and vice versa.
Edit map in PC, Android, and iOS
Map created in the PC will show exactly in the mobile app (iOS and Android), and you can edit it as well. Use the map note feature which enables you to take quick notes in the linear format and convert it into mind map.
Be more productive by managing schedule and time with the built-in planner. Planner syncs to Google Calendar for convenience.
Quickly access project maps, planner, and shortcuts to websites and applications.
Tags and Filter
Use text labels to categorize topics for classification. Apply conditions to filter and display topics in the map.
Create presentation slides with a click of a button. Present as slides or as highlighted topics. You can also select and order which slides to show.
Add topics to a boundary line, effectively creating a whole new map.
Set a password so that no one can gain access to your information sensitive map.
Focus on a particular topic by hiding all other topics in the map. When done, unhide to show the entire map once again.
Split and Consolidate
When one of the topics gets too big, you can split the map as a new map. When needed, you can add the topic back to its original spot.