XMind: ZEN 2020, You Just Can’t Get Enough of It

Posted on November 19th, 2019 in Featured, New Version, XMind: ZEN | 8 Comments »

It’s today, it’s all about XMind: ZEN 2020. New look and features, optimized your favourites, and most importantly, it’s about your productivity upgrade.

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Meet NeverMind – Typeface Originally Designed and Presented by XMind

Posted on November 18th, 2019 in News | 4 Comments »

We endeavor to bring out the best mind mapping and brainstorming tool, but this time, we want to make a challenge – upgrade your reading experience.

Introducing NeverMind, originally and proudly presented by the XMind team.

Covering languages spoken in 40 countries, numbers and punctuation, NeverMind is a San-Serif font built with Geometric and Humanistic.

We did a little talk with the leading designer of the NeverMind project, Lan, approaching to the backstage and diving into his world of designing.

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How to Print Mind Map Completely and Clearly

Posted on November 1st, 2019 in Tips, XMind: ZEN | 2 Comments »

Presenting the mind map is like giving a second birth of your ideas. Reading the mind map on desktop and printing is different. When printing a mind map filled with topics, characters might be shrunk and it can be hard to read.

Follow the instructions below, and find the right solution when printing.

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How to Create Flowcharts in XMind | Steps and Templates

Posted on October 1st, 2019 in Tips, XMind Basic | No Comments »

Because of its unlimited canvas and smooth interaction, XMind is often used as flowchart makers. Although XMind is a part-time flowchart maker, (and a full-time mind map maker obviously), some handy features really help brainstormers to create their workflow diagrams quickly.

A simple flowchart

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How to Use XMind for Project Management | Steps and Templates

Posted on September 26th, 2019 in Tips | 24 Comments »

A topic links to the another topic.

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Project management can get trivial and nasty. Tons of details, complexly linked resources, and interchanging client priorities are all but just part of the pain points. Even Agile is full of pitfalls.

The key to keeping even multiple projects under control is to hold all stakeholders accountable. And the best way to achieve that is to show them the information clearly and visually. You can accomplish it through many approaches, XMind is one of them.

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Shortcuts Combo of XMind: ZEN

Posted on September 25th, 2019 in Tips, XMind: ZEN | 3 Comments »

Inspiration is once in a blue moon. You miss it once, you miss them all. That’s why you need Shortcuts, to capture them at a blink.

Get ready for the next level of efficiency by maneuvering the hidden tricks on your keyboard.

XMind: ZEN provides 4 types of Shortcuts: File, Edit, Insert and View.

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Gear up With XMind Update of Autumn

Posted on September 23rd, 2019 in New Version, XMind for iOS, XMind: ZEN | 1 Comment »

A great project starts from a small idea.

Preparing for an entire summer, we are ready to gear you up for this autumn, or even better. This time, we’ve launched updates for XMind for iOS and XMind: ZEN.


XMind for iOS – Ignite the Small Screens


Inspiration happens everywhere, and be ready when it occurs to you. XMind always prepares to create an limitless loop for your ideas and inspiration.

We’ve updated new features for your big ideas on small tablets. Follow it to know how you can maneuver your ideas.

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Mind Map Within the Walls of UI/UX

Posted on September 21st, 2019 in User Case | No Comments »

This article is published by Saurav Pandey, on Medium.

Articulating an intricate thought can be challenging, however, XMind disentangles a strategy known as mind mapping, which can make the procedure a ton simpler.

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ELI5: What Is a Mind Map and What to Do with It

Posted on September 20th, 2019 in Discussion, Featured | No Comments »

A dog raising her hand.

(Photo by Camylla Battani on Unsplash)

Short answer: a mind map is a tree chart that helps you capture ideas.

The following is a long story.

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Top 15 Actionable Learning Hacks and the Science behind Them

Posted on September 17th, 2019 in Discussion | No Comments »

3X3 Rubik's cube on top of desk
Photo by Alvaro Reyes on Unsplash

The following article is going to focus on hacks that have been clinically tested and reviewed by scientists. I typed in “Learning Hacks” inside Google and summarized top mentioned hacks. After excluding some vague methods, I then searched each keyword inside Google Scholar to see which hacks work, and which one is better.

Here’s a cheat sheet of 15 most commonly touted cognitive-boosting methods along with their respective evidence.

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