How brainstorming with XMind helps in a design process?

Posted on April 13th, 2017 in Featured, Tips | No Comments »

Brainstorming may be one of the most important features in the mind mapping softwares. Although we’ve already made lots of instructions related to brainstorming, people may still be expecting a detailed brainstorming instruction in XMind. So here we are, leading you to implement your design thinking with the brainstorming sessions.

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Time To Show Your Mind Map And Win XMind Pro Free For Lifetime

Posted on April 12th, 2017 in XMind Share | 5 Comments »

Easter is right around the corner. We would like to wish you and your family a Happy Easter.

Holidays are time for sharing and we do enjoy every moment of sharing. Now, it’s time to share your pretty mind maps with the world. With XMind’s new Share dialog, the sharing process is greatly simplified and improved with more sharing options. You can share your mind maps to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn directly, and even embed them in your blog.

The “LOVEXMINDSHARE” event

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How to plan a 5-day trip to Thailand with XMind

Posted on April 7th, 2017 in Tips | 1 Comment »

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. Hard and industrious work is necessary for us to achieve goals in life. But concentration on work alone with no recreation tends to build high pressure on us. Proper relaxation is absolutely necessary to keep our mind from getting overtaxed. Traveling helps us relax.

Traveling is a way to unwind from hectic schedule and give some time to spend with our family and friends. The most enjoyable part of traveling is enjoying delicious cuisines and shopping for different cultural products. But the most important thing which we have to do before going anywhere is to make a traveling plan. When planning a 5-day trip to Thailand, Anna used XMind to help her. Here is how she makes it. (Read More…)

Differences between Lighten and XMind

Posted on March 30th, 2017 in Featured | 5 Comments »

Since the launch of Lighten, people are curious about the differences between Lighten and XMind. Now here is the answer.

XMind and Lighten are two products of the same company. However, they are built on different platforms. XMind is a cross-platform software with its versions on Windows/Mac/Linux/Web, as well as the iOS app for our cloud storage service XMind Cloud, while Lighten is only based on Apple’s ecosystem, including the Mac and the iOS apps.

XMind also provides the Cloud service, so XMind Cloud for iOS makes it possible to use XMind on iPhone/iPad, and the file synchronization is accomplished in XMind Cloud. Unlike XMind, the file sync in Lighten is realized in iCloud.

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5 steps to help you solve problems effectively with XMind

Posted on March 21st, 2017 in Tips | 1 Comment »

We all solve problems and make decisions every day—from little problems like what to wear to school, to bigger problems like whether to get a job or go to college. The problems we face can be large or small, simple or complex, and easy or difficult.

Problem-solving and decision-making are important skills for both business and life. A very important part of our life is finding ways to solve problems and find solutions. So, being a confident problem solver is really important to our success. (Read More…)

How to conduct a SWOT analysis for your business using XMind

Posted on March 14th, 2017 in Tips | No Comments »

SWOT analysis is a good start point in business. The point of SWOT analysis is to help you develop a comprehensive business strategy after considering the key aspects of your business. Doing business is not easy, but with a step-by-step analysis, things can get done when a complex task is divided into several small parts. Let’s begin the SWOT analysis of a global sports brand D in XMind.  (Read More…)

XMind Cloud for iOS is Here

Posted on March 9th, 2017 in XMind for iOS | 10 Comments »

All the time, people keep asking the question: When will the iOS version be available. They either sent us an email, or left a comment on our blog post. And we did announce that our iOS version would be published in Fall 2016. However, the truth is that the release got postponed due to our perfectionism. We are very sorry but quality is always our first priority! Here we are so eager and excited to share this breaking news with you:

XMind Cloud for iOS is now finally available.

XMind Cloud for iOS extends your XMind Cloud to iPhone/iPad where you can directly create, view, and edit your mind maps. It’s your must-have mobile mind mapping assistant on the go.

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Tips for improving your note-taking ability with XMind

Posted on March 1st, 2017 in Tips | 9 Comments »

Note-taking is essential to the learning process. In classrooms and lecture halls around the world, students are trying to find ways to record and remember what they are taught. When facing information overload, it is very important for students to take notes effectively. How students organize notes can have an enormous impact on how well they can recall it later. (Read More…)

Free download (limited time) – Project Management White Paper 2017

Posted on February 21st, 2017 in White Paper | 2 Comments »

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As the speed of business continues to increase and projects become more complex, managers need better tools to help them plan and implement projects, monitor their status and communicate effectively with team members and stakeholders. This white paper explores how mind mapping software helps project managers and team members identify the phases of the project, capture people, resources and scope, and develop milestones and a timeline for the project.

Download here.

You need a business plan — make one with XMind

Posted on February 21st, 2017 in Tips, XMind Basic | No Comments »


Why you need a business plan

You may consider a business plan as a thing only made for VC firms. However, many startups, even the team members of one project in some big company, can’t tell their business stories straight, or their products straight. In addition to the problem of vagueness, another thing is that each individual member of the team holds a different concept about the business model in his head. Actually, a company or a project needs something to hold it together, the “something” can be a company’s particular culture like that in Apple, but can realistically be a business plan, too.  (Read More…)