Friday, February 12, 2010

Catch of the Day - - 12 Feb 10, an online mind mapping tool, is today's catch

mind42 is a collaborative browser-based online mind mapping tool. It allows you to manage all your ideas, on your own or working together with the whole world.

mind42 Home Page

mind42 runs inside your browser, so installing desktop mind mapping tools is no longer needed. Open the browser, navigate to, and launch the application when needed. It behaves like a regular desktop application.

mind42 Application Window

Features of mind42...
  • No software installation
  • Accessable everywhere there's an internet connection
  • Intuitive interface
  • Many node attributes
    • icons
    • colors
    • images
    • text styles
    • links
  • Collaboration with simultaneous editing
  • Easy publishing and sharing of maps
Your mind42 maps can be exported in a number of formats including Freemind, RTF, PDF, PNG, and JPG. Import Freemind, mind 42, and MindManager formatted maps, including XML.

mind42 - An Introduction

Mind42: Introduction from Stefan Schuster on Vimeo.

mind42 is a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) mind map editor supporting keyboard shortcuts, drag and drop, zooming and much more. Extensive help is available.


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Mrs. Tenkely said...

I have used Mind42 with students, it is very easy to use.

Mrs. Tenkely said...

I have used Mind42 with students, it is very easy to use.

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