As promised, over the past few weeks, we’ve been revealing exciting news of what’s to come in brand new iMindMap 11. So far we’ve introduced you to Radial View, Split Screen and shared our plans to translate iMindMap 11 into five additional languages – Hindi, Malay, Korean, Turkish and Swedish. We told you that iMindMap 11 was going to be our most powerful version yet. Today, we’re ready to share with you a whole new iMindMap 11 workspace to back up our bold statement.
Brand new Organisational Charts are set to be added to our powerful line-up of creative workspaces in iMindMap 11. Soon, you’ll be able to create top-down diagrams that demonstrate structure, break down data and represent hierarchy. You can use Organisational Charts to outline goals, simplify work processes or even map out your family tree. Take a look below at what’s in store with iMindMap 11’s brand new Org. Charts. Plus, view our limited time pre-launch offers and be one of the first to experience our new features.
When you’re able to visualise the structure of a workflow, you’ll have a greater chance of spotting ways to improve productivity. Org. Charts break down information into manageable pieces that are easy to comprehend, making the way we work more effective. Whether you’re planning for an upcoming project or organising an event, use iMindMap 11’s Org. Charts to help allocate resources, assign individuals to tasks and streamline processes. Use each node to represent data and outline responsibilities. Have you got similar action-points and want to identify their connection? With lines between nodes highlighting links and associations, in Org. Charts, you’ll create an easy-to-follow outline of your project’s next best steps.
iMindMap Tip: Visualising core information with images, shapes and colour is what iMindMap does best. Insert images and attachments that remain hidden until needed, so your Org. Chart’s structure is never clouded with resources.
Organisational Charts are most commonly used to establish structure and hierarchy. Many companies use Org. Charts to outline their roles and responsibilities of their teams. With iMindMap 11, you can create an Org. Chart to break down the structure of your organisation, defining departments, teams and employees based on the role they play in your business. A company Org. Chart helps the team fully understand their roles, and who and what they are responsible for. Using iMindMap 11, you will have the flexibility to update your chart as roles change and new team members start. Provide new starters with your most up-to-date company Org. Chart to help them understand how they fit into the bigger picture of your organisation and help them communicate with the right people from day one.
Use Org. Charts when conducting research to outline a flow of your findings that is easy to trace back to their starting point. Org. Charts are great for flexibly slotting in information and creating a top-down view of what your research reveals. Plus, with a limitless canvas to work in, your Org Charts can grow as vast as your research requires.
In iMindMap 11, Org. Charts give you yet another way to visually represent data, break down challenges and present information clearly, helping you to work in whatever way suits you.
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Want to learn more about iMindMap 11 and features coming soon? Take a look at what’s to come below:
We’re proud to support a variety of languages in our software and spread the benefits of creative thinking worldwide. With iMindMap 11, we’ll be supporting an additional 5 languages, including: Hindi, Korean, Malay, Swedish and Turkish to help spread our unique tool even further. Watch video here.
Spark, develop and present your greatest ideas, goals and projects like never before. With iMindMap 11’s Radial View, summarise information by dividing it into bite-sized chunks, visually plan projects, simplify data, break down challenges, present ideas and more. Watch video here.
Have the ability to work between two views, simultaneously. Whether you’re dragging over sticky notes from Brainstorm View and watching them transform into Mind Map branches, or working on two Mind Maps at once, do it all in Split Screen. Watch video here.