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peppie, post: 49827 wrote:
I have been fiddling around with XMind a bit in my “spare time” and have been quite impressed with even the free version. The paid version seems to mostly expand the collaboration possibilities and since I work on my own (in the development department) that’s fine with me. I particularly like the way I can attach files and links to branches and I can see that it could easily work pretty well for organising say research material.


Yes, XMind works very well for a single user. And similar to your experience, I find that people get curious when they see Mind Maps for the first time and tend to take it on and find new ways of using it. It’s always a fun (and different) way to prepare for – and sometimes deliver – presentations!