Description de MindMeisterMindMeister est un outil de cartographie conceptuelle en ligne qui vous permet de collecter, développer et partager des idées visuellement. Plus de 9 millions de personnes utilisent déjà cet éditeur de cartes mentales primé à des fins de brainstorming, de prise de notes, de planification de projets et bien d'autres tâches créatives. MindMeister est entièrement basé sur le web. Par conséquent, aucun téléchargement ni aucune mise à jour n'est nécessaire. Que vous travailliez sous Windows, Mac OS ou Linux, vos cartes mentales sont accessibles directement dans le navigateur web.
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MindMeister est un outil de brainstorming incroyablement intuitif, utilisé par plus de 4 millions de personnes dans le secteur des affaires et de l'éducation, ainsi qu'à titre privé.
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Still the gold standard of mind map software
Un outil de cartographie cérébrale indispensable
MindMeister est un outil de MindMapping que j'ai découvert avec lors d'une séance de Coaching d'une de mes startup et pendant une quinzaine de minute je suit passer de coach à un studieux apprenant.
merci à toute l'équipe MindMeister et MindTasks
simplicité, ergonomie, facilité de prise en main
rien tout est bien j'ai pas d'observation négative
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Still the gold standard of mind map software
Commentaires : Great piece of kit - helps me layout my plans in simple yet powerful graphical formats
It is so easy to use and gets great results every time
The output is limited even on the paid version so I need to pay extra for e.g. PPT output
A complete mindmapping solution for all of us who prefer visual organization of information
Commentaires : As a predominantly visual person I need to see "the whole picture" when designing a new project and I do a lot of mindmapping on almost daily basis. I have the master mindmap with the key projects I am working on that branch out to smaller activities, tasks and deliverables and most of my notes related to the development are within the mindmap. As MindMeister offers a good number of icons to tag the individual branches I could clearly keep track of whole scope of the project and use the same space to add any ideas/notes I might have at the moment. Since you can easily collapse all the branches you are not using at the moment it really gives clarity and at the same time it helps me not to lose track of some processes or smaller deliverables that I could easily overlook in the task manager software I use. It also offers the integration with Meister Task so you can easily turn any branch into a task with deadlines and all. For me personally, the best use of mind maps is for brainstorming and planning stages of a project and I usually start by creating a map myself, adding ideas, processes and deliverables into it, and then sharing it with my colleagues at a meeting, which is usually followed by our joint work on the same map if the idea is chosen for the development. The app itself allows for all these, it has good visual interface, so after finding it and using it for a month I did not search for any other alternatives anymore.
As I use mind maps a lot I love to be able to have them available everywhere I go and to share them with my colleagues so we can work together on the same mind map. It offers everything mindmapping software should offer and it does it online (or through mobile app) so the only thing I need is the internet connection. The maps look very nice, there is a good number of templates and options (both map structures and design templates) so if you need a good mindmapping software I that is platform independent I could really recommend this one as I tried a couple of others before finding it. When you share the mind map with colleagues things get really great, especially during the ideation and planning stage of a project as everyone can add branches, expand on ideas which really helps make meetings more effective later.
This app also has the presentation mode that I have not found so useful. I see how it might be great to be able to present your mindmap to others instead of boring them with a slideshow, but I did not use it, so this would be the only thing that I am not really 'digging 100%. In essence, there is nothing bad about the app that I would highlight as it does its core function (mindmapping) really well. Of course, the free version has some limitations in terms of number of maps you can make and the export formats, but even the basic version can be enough for most users' needs.
Great tool for ideas and overview
Commentaires : Overview, structure and ideas
I can get an overview of a huge material and this is great!!
I find it difficult to use and not very intuitively regarding ways of moving branches around etc.
There are better free options
We stopped using MeisterTask and MindMeister a while ago.
We now use Jira.
I wish we were able to cancel the service :(
It is a mind mapping program. It worked alright.
We used it a few times and then it became unneeded. It is hard to cancel the service so I suggest staying in the free version.
Réponse de l'équipe de Meister
Hi Brian, We're sorry to hear you were disappointed with MindMeister. We're always looking to improve our apps and learn from our users' experiences, both positive and negative. We'd love to hear about specific areas where you faced issues, or any features which you feel could be improved. Be sure to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, The Meister Team