Collaborative Mindmapping

Posted by  admin —July 11, 2008
Filed in Vizual Thinking

I have long been a fan of using mindmaps to think and capture ideas. As a facilitator I use mindmaps to create a visual map of decisions and ‘outputs’ from workshops.

Now I can use mindmaps to ‘collaborate’ with others by using a Web 2.0 application called Mind42. All you need is a Mind42 account and you can view and edit maps that I publish … a visual wiki!

Here is a real example that I used to communicate the outcomes of the Castlemaine 500 project earlier this year.







  1. Vic Gee says:

    Hi Geoff,

    There’s a heap of these collaborative tools now. Take a look at the info I’ve put together here:

    The master list of mind mapping &
    information management software

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