First, take a look at some examples

And below the examples will be the Demo :)


Regular Mind Map
In general
Example of a mind map in the form of a fish
Automatic icon selection using AI in IOctopus mind maps
Icon selection with AI
Automatic branch selection using artificial intelligence in IOctopus mind maps
Neural Network Branch Selection
Drawing in Mind Maps
Drawing Icons
Moving branches
Moving branches
History of the Mind Map File
History of the file
(day, month, year ago)
Tool Paw
Text -> Fast -> Branches
Tasks in IOctopus Mind Maps
Pause / In progress / Done
Collaboration Mode in IOctopus Mind Maps
Plugin: Branch filter by icons
Plugin: Branch filter by icons
Plugin: Calendar
Plugin: Calendar



Mind map: Demo

  • Get Started

  • FAQ

    • Can I edit same file at the same time with other users

    • Yes

    • To use collaboration mode,
      simply send a sharing link
      to other people

    • Also you can try collaboration mode in the demo file by sending to other people the link of this page

    • Can I use IOctopus offline?

    • In 2024, we plan to port IOctopus
      to Windows, Mac OS, Linux

    • In my opinion, it is better to draw mind maps on paper

    • Yes.
      We agree with this.

      • By drawing on paper, the brain works better.

      • And the results can also be better.

    • But.
      There is the Pareto principle. 

      • Which means that

      • There are a total of 20% efforts that give 80% of the result.

      • And the remaining 80% of efforts give only 20% of the result.

      • In this context, it means

      • That paper mind maps give you 100% of the result

      • Computer mind maps give you 80% of the result

    • Let's compare

      • Paper

      • 100% of the result

      • The map is harder to edit

      • Paper has a border

      • When a mind map has more than 5-10 elements,
        you have to spend more time and give more effort

      • Sometimes you need to take paper with you

      • You will not always be ready to draw a mind map on paper

      • Computer

      • 80% of the result

      • The map is easy to edit

      • The canvas is infinite,
        meaning that there is no border or limitations

      • When a mind map has more than 5-10 elements,
        you can make a mindmap much faster and easier

      • Your mindmap is with you every time that you have Internet, a computer or phone

      • As practice shows, people are much more willing to create mind maps on computer

    • Result

      • Paper

      • Once a month to get a 100% results,
        spending a lot of time and effort

      • Computer

      • Get 80% results several times a week,
        with minimal effort and time

    • How well will my information be protected?

    • Despite the fact that Octopus is only at the beginning of its development, we pay a lot of attention to the security of your confidential information

    • This is why all your mindmaps are encrypted
      using the 256-key AES algorithm

    • The AES algorithm has been approved by the us national security Agency as suitable for encrypting highly classified information

    • Example of encrypted information

      • xY7XDJqQJl/ngrca/LTg2UAfpBrf1yucKFtdmefejp46/Cm/97xD/jRDV0kwZXlRCQwxzAOG7iaqd6i2Pe3vX4zKmh5OWadH/YUtAt8nLFYdhwo0VImuYX9j5iVG08DBNpmGij/ncSGxq9dG8LkvyJhx7AGTd+iSmpQA7QOceNecKheta1rcOyrHPcklGc1LnIKWXVwFKcEj07HQrXzoZ+n+k7XP4D3PiC96X9U/CKtQApupauxbMgQw0D5mh1+q+lrXxvfstF7jyGKc+CPNncTdCVYjMOQRWv6ywuSLez/i6vynFH5ZJ2Park//SDrhPdNLF3/K+8kX3jidM5DeZcKnLOl4dmuSSOugh1v+qyytaBUH3WGkk...
    • Can I use IOctopus for free?

    • Yes

    • See Pricing

    • Can I get my money back if needed?

    • Yes. You can your money back within a first month of your subscription.

    • For more information, see the price list

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  • Examples

    • Standard

    • Colors

    • Icons

    • Tasks

    • Themes

    • Sharing

    • Collaboration