IOctopus has a new plug-in that will make your mind maps even more visual and understandable. A new level of visualisation 🙂 Introducing the ability to insert YouTube videos directly into your mind map branches.
Education mind maps are an effective tool for teachers, coaches, trainers, and their students seeking to systematize a large body of information into an understandable and easily digestible form. Mapping helps users create and share visual representations of lessons, programs, and research.
Most writers find it difficult to get started on an article, a post or a piece of fiction. How do you not get lost in confusing plots? How do you bring all the twists and turns together in the end without forgetting about the characters? Mind maps are a proven and practical creative method for organising information, plots and research, and for finding new and better ideas for your articles and books.
When it makes sense, we break the design rule: "everything should be obvious in the interface". But what would be the point of that?
On the Galaxy plan, you can add users to your team. They will have access to the advanced features of the plan. It will also make it easier to work on shared files. Similarly, a team can be added to the Galaxy Enterprise plan.
How can you visualise your thoughts even faster, easier and more relevant? Mind mapping is a visual technique and it is common to use icons and pictures for visibility. But even though there are 1001 icons in the base, it's not always possible to find a completely relevant icon. Also, the search for a good image on the Internet can spend hours.
That's why, in order to make visualisation easier, so that you can express your thoughts quickly and even more accurately, we've added icon drawing to IOctopus.
Let's have a look. For example, in a mind map, it is convenient to see what you have now and what you want to get.
In this format, you can immediately see the ways of moving, the pros and cons, the benefits and costs.
ADHD is a syndrome that begins in childhood and deprives the child of the ability to concentrate and concentrate. Only 30% learn to manage this condition by adulthood. This is why it is so important to find and select the right tool to help in studies, work and personal life to set and follow through on their goals and plan actions to achieve them