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Here at ThinkBuzan, they are passionate about helping people harness their creative abilities – whether that be for work, education or personal purposes. That is why, in iMindMap 8 Ultimate, we’ve introduced a game-changing feature that will seriously get your creative juices flowing. It’s something completely different and unique to iMindMap:
The new Brainstorming View.
Brainstorming is the first step of any creative process and as Alex Osborn, the man who coined the term ‘brainstorming’ in 1953 said, we should focus on quantity of ideas at first rather than quality. The new free-form, infinite brainstorming canvas will capture as many ideas as you can think up – you won’t be restricted by space or structure. Read on to discover more secrets about the all-new Brainstorming View…
The result (of iMindMap) was breathtaking; they did not want to stop. Students would comment on how much this experience allowed them to truly show their creative side and express themselves with clarity. Bringing out creativity is key in innovating in science.”
FULL iMindMap 9 REVIEW covers Brainstorm, Presentation & Mind Map Views +NEW Fast Capture Mode. Discover iMindMap 9 before you buy + SAVE 10% if you do!
Ian Hall's insight:
In this comprehensive iMindMap 9 review with illustrative videos to come, I will introduce you to the main features and various different design modes or ‘views’ in the powerful new iMindMap 9 mind mapping software from the ThinkBuzan team at OpenGenius.
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This is the mindmap of me ---Ian Hall as Information Technology Trainer with display showing skills, experience, voluntary work, equipment used, web designs, Microsoft Office 365, Mindmap training sessions and Skype accounts. Lots of links. Click the iMindmap above.Feedback appreciated.
You can now select a ‘Professional’ or ‘Creative’ style for your iMindMap maps. To start creating a Mind Map with the new professional style, select the ‘Professional’ option next to the central idea picker when starting a new map.
Alternatively, if you want to change the style of your current or saved Mind Maps, navigate to the top toolbar, select style, and select the ‘Professional’ option.
Mind Mapping, the technique invented by Tony Buzan, is proven to boost your productivity, efficiency, creativity, memory and improve your ability to learn information.
The beauty of Mind Maps is that they are adaptable. The radiant layout means that you can keep adding ideas without losing a coherent structure, and personalise it with your own images and symbols to boost your recall of the information.
Mind Mapping also helps you to focus on the relationships between your ideas and uses associations to help you generate more. Perhaps most importantly, a Mind Map can consolidate large quantities of information onto one page.
This versatile technique is already used by over 250 million people worldwide for a variety of tasks including brainstorming, identifying new opportunities, organising, managing projects, teaching, studying, communicating information and much more...
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