ConceptDraw MINDMAP
ConceptDraw MINDMAP
10.0.0.56

5.0

ConceptDraw MINDMAP free download for Mac

ConceptDraw MINDMAP

10.0.0.56
22 August 2018

Idea organizing software; part of ConceptDraw Office.

Overview

ConceptDraw MINDMAP 8 has all of the time-saving features of the ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7, with some highly anticipated enhancements. There are many updates to ConceptDraw MINDMAP 8; here are a few of the product enhancements....
  • ConceptDraw MINDMAP 8 has integration with MS Outlook.
  • New E-mail type topics can be sent to MS Outlook from ConceptDraw MINDMAP.
  • E-mails from Outlook and Apple Mail can also be sent directly to a mind map.
  • Presentation enhancements include higher resolution images, smoother animation, and improved performance.
  • New high-value map templates were added, so you can make your mind maps beautiful, stylish, and original.
  • New professional map themes added.
  • Closer integration with the ConceptDraw Solution Park (via the ConceptDraw Solution Browser) makes it easy to update your products and browse available business-specific solutions.

What's new in ConceptDraw MINDMAP

Version 10.0.0.56:
  • The major update is focused on the integration of mind mapping and task management to get things done efficiently for any-type projects, workflows, and goals.
  • You can group topics within boundaries. Using boundaries is helpful when you want to focus the viewer's attention on a particular segment of the mind map.
  • New Remind Tools allows you to add a task reminder to your To-Do mind maps. Using the Remind Tools you can track any mind map schedule keeping it always up-to-date.
  • New Pin tool lets you “freeze” elements on the mind map. You can use it when you want to lock a specific topic, subtopic or graphic image in place.

11 ConceptDraw MINDMAP Reviews

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Henneberg
02 November 2012

Most helpful

I like it works with EverNote, with I use i lot.
Like (3)
Version 7.3.3.158
TuliTeln
13 April 2017
Getting an e-mail from ConceptDraw Team made me check the upgraded Office v4 out. There are so many features and new options. I am able to ask their support team for free in case i do not get something. I give it a strong 5 because it supports MS Word, PowerPoint and allows making Skype presentations. Free Download Trial is available as well as upgrade discounts for long-time users.
Like (2)
Version 9 . 0 . 1 . 9
klausgerome
10 January 2014
After years of Mindjet I'm switching over to ConceptDraw MindMap. Mindjet has never worked that great on my mac. My large files are very difficult and slow to navigate. MindMap easily opens all of my old Mindjet files and manages them better than Mindjet itself. I also got a huge nonprofit discount on MindMap. For my iPad... iThoughts is still the best
Like (3)
Version 7.3.3.158
Pashan
04 June 2013
I've found it a quite useful tool for scribbling notes about ideas and thoughts, making essay and structure my home tasks. Same methods teachers use to work with remote students. MindMap allows to attach documents, home tasks and solve tasks for group of students during online Skype conference call. Worth its money.
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Version 7.3.3.158
Henneberg
02 November 2012
I like it works with EverNote, with I use i lot.
Like (3)
Version 7.3.3.158
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Blueorange
Blueorange
05 November 2012
The Evernote integration was added since my purchase about a year ago. I use Evernote very heavily. I checked for updates because of your post, the product started back up with Evernote enabled. Very nice bonus for product.
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Blueorange
17 July 2012
Great mindmapping product for the Mac. I purchased about 6 months ago and have been finding new ways to shave time from my work from day one. The developer has lots of tools to get one started. They have comprehensive videos on their web site and great getting started guides to download. I am a project manager in a consultancy so there is a need for me to be able to work with MS Project files on my Mac. With Conceptdraw Mindmap I can open files that our team is working on. We just store our files in dropbox and it makes it easy for all of us to access. I find that this is also an invaluable tool to manage the meetings I conduct and take notes. I have not taken the time to calculate my time savings on meetings, but that one feature alone is worth the price of admission. When I first installed I did have an issue with opening files from other vendors (MS). I called their support team and one of their support people directed me to install a plugin, I downloaded from their web site, and everything was great from that point on. So from my 6 month history with the product and the company, because of my discovery I am “as merry as the day is long”.
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Version 7.3.3.158
Dnem41
06 July 2008
first of all, MindNode (whether intentionally or not), fits users that are more visually-geared. i mean by being able to easily manipulate the visual location, color, and position of a group of nodes with the child nodes, all with little effort and thinking makes this app very appealing to me. there was a lot in that sentence. there are like 2 keyboard shortcuts for you to know, then you can drag and place: a single node, a group of nodes either fellow sibling nodes and/or its child nodes and organize them in a way that makes the most sense for you. im really surprised this app doesn't get infinite downloads a week. but i tried a look at the other apps (like MyMind, MindJet, NovaMind & FreeMind) to see what the reasons might be that they are so much popular. first i notice they are much more text based. i mean that you write an outline, then it shows you a visual representation of a mind map. now you can move around the nodes in the mind map and they pretty just change the order of topics in the outline. now, this is good because it keeps your outline updated. there are set of rules in order to make that happen, so you cant really put the nodes any-gosh-darn-where you freely choose. now i guess that's good because it keeps your outline updated, but what if you don't give a fuck about an outline just yet? you, being a visual thinker, just want to put your ideas somewhere and arrange them visually. after some rearranging you will pretty much have a better idea of which are the main(est) ideas, separated into topics, subtopics, facts and analysis. so in short, this is the best mind mapping software for visually-based thinkers. while the others help you focus on writing the outline/paper while a mind map helps you visualize. obviously no software is perfect, which is why i gave 4 out of 5 stars under value. so developers, please perfect it. sorry to leave you hanging, but i don't feel like getting to much into it right now. im tired.
Like (2)
Version 6.0
1 answer(s)
Lev
Lev
04 February 2010
I don't know whether it's just me but I can't really make head or tail of this review...
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Version 6.2.8
Uncoy
06 December 2007
I've tried lots of these mind mapping programs. I second the vote for MyMind. Simple, easy, elegant. The opposite of MindMap. Mindmap is complicated, fiddly and hideous.
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Version 5.2.2
2 answer(s)
Miner
Miner
11 February 2008
Have you actually looked at a recent version of MINDMAP before you posted this? Hideous? Nonsense! True Cocoa-style app nowadays. If this is hideous, OS X is hideous. Fiddly? I don't think so, but that is more personal perhaps. For me this app is much more intuitive than NovaMind or Xmind, but that is personal of course.
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Version 5.3.2
Markg5
Markg5
31 May 2008
But the Mind maps produced *are* hideous! There is no option for a proper "Buzan-style" mindmap ... it should really be called ConceptDraw Spider Diagram! And as for the startup time! I'm trialling this and the others in the Conceptdraw range and I thought my MacBook Pro had hung on me! Sorry. Not at this price (or even the special offer price they keep offering!)
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Version 5.5
Miner
16 November 2007
With the update to version 5 and the subsequent edition, CD MindMap has become a full, uncompromised Mac program. Powerful, easy to use, and for me much more intuitive than NovaMind. I own licenses to both, but CD MindMap is the one I always use.
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Version 5.2.2
Alfa2
01 December 2005
I downloaded and compared several products, and ConceptDraw MINDMAP Pro is by far the most powerful and versatile. Good, stable and easty to use!
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Version 4.0.1
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Guntis
Guntis
25 June 2008
Check out also MindJet MindManager! http://www.mindjet.com/ I like this app. Maybe not as artistic as MindMap, but I like its ascetic look.
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Version 6.0
Anonymous
24 September 2005
OmniGraffle Professional 4 has an outstanding mapping feature that automatically organizes mind map (concept chart) elements.
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Version 4.0
$199.00

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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