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Improve your teamwork with iMindMap’s flowcharts

Improve teamwork with iMindMap's flowcharts

iMindMap Ultimate has powerful brainstorming, Mind Mapping and presentation features, but it also has another secret weapon; flowcharts. The flowchart feature offers another creative way for you to capture, consolidate and organise information.

Flowcharts in iMindMapCreating flowcharts in iMindMap is simple. Drag and drop your flowchart shapes from the Properties Panel on the right hand side, drawing relationship arrows as you go. To draw relationship arrows, simply hover over a shape and drag your arrow to the shape you want it to connect to.

Flowcharts are an invaluable tool to improve your teamwork. Below, we explain why you should use them within iMindMap to highlight the responsibilities of the individuals within your team and plan projects to perfection.
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Read this before you brainstorm

If there’s one thing you learn this week, make sure it’s the most effective way to brainstorm. When it comes to company growth, brainstorming is your starting point. It promotes the generation of new ideas for improving your organisation’s products and services to drive your business forward. For this reason, it’s crucial that you know how to get the most out of it.

With its very own built-in Brainstorm View, iMindMap 8 Ultimate will guide you through the whole creative process, step by step, and turn conventional brainstorming on its head. Discover the most effective way to brainstorm with the 4 step brainstorming process below and iMindMap.

Perform the perfect brainstorm with iMindMap

1) Harness your creativity individually

Brainstorm ViewDefine the objective and let your team brainstorm individually at first. Group brainstorming stifles creativity and productivity; some may fear offering ideas in case they are criticised or others may sit back and let others take control. Fire your ideas into iMindMap Ultimate’s free-form Brainstorm View without worrying about space or structure.
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