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Better Blogging with iMindMap

Make iMindMap your blogging companion

As a blogger, a lot rides on your ability to think up new and creative concepts for content. But unless you can develop and organise these ideas, then your blog is at risk of falling off track.

iMindMap is a creative and highly visual software. Using its three different views, Fast Capture, Brainstorm and Mind Map, iMindMap allows you to spark, develop and bring order to your greatest blogging ideas.

Read on to find out how iMindMap can breathe fresh life into your blog, by giving your thoughts clarity and your ideas space to grow.


Fast Capture Creative Ideas

Fast Capture Your Creative Ideas

Head full of ideas but no clue where to start? iMindMap’s Fast Capture View gives you the chance to pour all those rough thoughts out and create order from what can feel like chaos. Fire off ideas into Fast Capture View and watch as it creates a self-forming web of bubbles. These bubbles will help make fleeting thoughts tangible and will give you an idea of which to develop further.

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Action every idea with iMindMap’s integration with DropTask

Branches and Bubbles – a pairing for powerful productivity.

At iMindMap we are big believers in limitless, creative thinking. But once you’ve got your idea, how do you take that dream from Mind Map to reality? Last week saw the launch of the latest version of DropTask – DropTask 2. We have been making the most of the new DropTask features by integrating* this powerful productivity tool with iMindMap. By combining the two, you can turn your greatest thoughts into visually appealing, easy to follow plans of action. Here’s how…


Work together

Seamless integration

Simplicity is a major part of both DropTask and iMindMap, and so their integration is as straight-forward as you’d expect. Export your Mind Maps into a new DropTask project, and watch as your branches of ideas burst into bubbles of action. From map to project, you’ll be presented with a clear path forward based on your own thinking, that makes perfect sense to you.

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Introducing the all new DropTask 2

Introducing the all new DropTask 2

This week DropTask launched the long awaited, redesigned version of their hugely popular task management software. DropTask is an entirely visual task management application that can oversee the implementation of any project, be it long or short term, professional or something more personal.

DropTask has always been a favourite of ours at iMindMap, as it allows our users to make their greatest ideas happen. DropTask 2 has a whole host of new features that we know iMindMap users are going to love.

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Get back-to-school ready with Mind Mapping

Move over summer, a new school year is coming. Students and teachers, it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Plan for the busy days ahead using a Mind Map to turn last minute mayhem into blissful efficiency. Read our Mind Mapping tips to help keep your assignments, activities, plans, tests and notes in order and set yourself up for a stress-free school year.

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4 steps to get you back on track after the summer slowdown

During the summer months, most of us become accustomed to the inevitable summer slowdown. With everybody taking annual leave for holidays or to care for children – projects stall, routines slip and lethargy creeps in. With autumn fast approaching, why not use the last few weeks of summer as an opportunity to get your goals back on track for the rest of the year by dreaming big, setting goals, and planning better than ever before. Here’s how to create a mid-year personal review using Mind Mapping software, iMindMap, in just 4 steps…

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Become an Official Mind Map Coach or Licensed Instructor

The career boost you’ve been waiting for

Get certified as an Official Mind Map Coach or Licensed Instructor

Get a new certification with the Mind Mapping experts

New Course: Become an Official Mind Map Coach

Fast-track your way to powerful new skills on the 2 day ThinkBuzan Official Mind Map Coach Course, endorsed by the creator of Mind Maps, Tony Buzan. Delivered by Chris Griffiths, co-author of the best-selling book, ‘Mind Maps for Business’ with Tony Buzan, and creator of the iMindMap software, winner of Biggerplate’s Mind Mapper’s Choice Award 2016. Chris is also responsible for setting up the ThinkBuzan Global Trainers Network. Learn the core principles of Mind Mapping and how to facilitate creative thinking, problem solving and to manage yourself and others more productively. After the course, you will be able to apply your newfound skills to coach and consult others.

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4 ways to conquer information overload with Mind Mapping


According to a recent survey, a shocking 94% of knowledge workers have at some point felt overwhelmed by information to the point of powerlessness. A 2012 study by the University of California suggests that current data levels are the equivalent of everyone consuming 12 hours of information each day. In practice, that means that three quarters of our time is spent receiving information – no wonder we are all getting overwhelmed! Too much information can significantly diminish our attention span and focus, not to mention hinder our ability to be creative. The impact on individuals varies from simple time-wasting to serious stress. For organisations, this can result in a damaging loss of productivity. But fear not. You can transform crushing quantities of information into something meaningful and give your brain the freedom to think using our Mind Mapping technique.

Here’s how…

1.Cut down clutter to find the facts

Add keywords to branches

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3 unusual uses for Mind Mapping to enhance your performance at work

Mind Mapping is a world-renowned technique for brainstorming, organising, studying, presenting, managing projects and much more. Mind Maps are infinitely versatile and have many applications, even some that are less obvious. Here are three less common ways to use Mind Maps in the workplace that you might not have considered.

1. Remember every detail of your phone calls

We’ve all been there – trying to keep up with our phone conversation whilst scribbling down important details on our notepads. If you can’t keep up with the flow of the discussion and you’re missing key points as a result, you need a method for capturing information quickly. Next time you make an important call, Mind Mapping your conversation will help you to remember every detail and record vast quantities of information with ease.


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Competition: Win a FREE iMindMap 9 Ultimate License

Want to win an iMindMap 9 Ultimate license?

Subscribe to the OpenGenius mailing list for a chance to win a free iMindMap 9 Ultimate License (worth £149 | $235)


Competition running for 5 days only

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7 everyday challenges Mind Mapping can help you to overcome

Mind Mapping can be applied to any task to help you think with clarity and boost your understanding and performance. When you use Mind Maps on a daily basis, you will find that your life becomes more productive, creative and stress-free on every level. The number of uses Mind Mapping has are endless. Here are seven everyday challenges that Mind Mapping can help you to overcome.

1. Remember every detail

If you’re struggling to remember key information, useful ideas and important facts, try using a Mind Map to give your memory a boost. Through the use of short, memorable keywords, Mind Maps chunk information into core themes, which trigger connections in the brain to help you remember more. To recall specific pieces of information in your Mind Map, make them stand out using colour. Changing the colour of the branches links the visual with the logical and creates mental shortcuts to boost your memory. Adding images will also improve your ability to recall information. They’re processed instantly by the brain, so you’re more likely to remember them than long sentences. Personalising your Mind Maps with images and colours strengthens your connection with its content to help you remember every detail. Read more.

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