Mindjet’s product range for medium and large organisations

Share this page, pleaseTwitterFacebookLinkedinPinterestemailThis is my summary in the form of a map. Its an attempt to show how all the desktop, web based and mobile products are priced and overlap. There are links through to more detailed pages on the Mindjet web site. You can buy perpetual licenses for the desktop product MindManager which […]

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Mindjet’s product range for individuals and small organisations

Share this page, pleaseTwitterFacebookLinkedinPinterestemailThis is my summary in the form of a map. Its an attempt to show how all the desktop, web based and mobile products are priced and overlap. There are links through to more detailed pages on the Mindjet web site. You can buy perpetual licenses for the desktop product MindManager which […]

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Thinking Space provides Mindjet with their Andoid app

Share this page, pleaseTwitterFacebookLinkedinPinterestemailMindjet has acquired Thinking Space the Android mind mapping application. I have been using Thinking Space for more than a year on my HTC Wildfire. It is a competent app: great for taking notes, brainstorming on the go, transferring files between Android and PC, and viewing maps of knowledge that you have […]

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How do you use Mindjet mobile apps, Connect and MindManager 2012

Share this page, pleaseTwitterFacebookLinkedinPinterestemailThis my understanding supported by some experimentation. I think the free mobile versions need to be online to access and create maps. They use Connect as their file store. You can connect to the Connect file store from MindManager 2012. You have the choice of storing maps there or on your local/network […]

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