Who Uses This Software?
Any individual looking for a more visual way to manage daily tasks, work projects or to brainstorm ideas. Requirements gathering, idea generation, project risk identification, strategic planning
Average Ratings46 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4.5 / 5
- Value for Money 4 / 5
- Starting Price US$327.00/one-time
- Pricing Details We have both a perpetual and subscription license option
- Free Version Yes
- Free Trial Yes
Installed - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installed - Windows
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
- Founded 20
Transcend the limits on what you can see, create, communicate and achieve in your work and business with MindManager.
The most robust, customizable information visualization software available, it empowers you to uncover hidden possibilities, unite people, and unleash productivity to do great work faster than ever. Transform brainstorming ideas, strategic thinking and business information into blueprints for action.
MindManager helps you see your work and your world in a whole new light
MindManager Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 25/04/2019
Jumbled ideas? No need to worry anymore!
Comments: Mindmanager is essential for me. It helps me to explore ideas before writing it as scientific journals or before preparing the idea for a classroom seminar.
Pros: Have you ever felt that you have lots of great ideas but they are too tangled? That instead of feeling excitement on delivering these ideas, you are feeling overwhelmed instead? Well, fear no more! Mindmanager is there for you to help with this issue! Mindmanager allows users to create a mind map of an idea. It is very easy to use and has a simple, smooth user interface which allows users to straight away delve into the business: creating pathways to explore and express their ideas. Mindmanager allows users to add icons or change colours to boxes, making it easier for users to highlight certain parts of ideas. It also allows drag-and-drop to organise ideas collected through brainstorming sessions.You can also tag ideas and present them collectively in tag view. The best part is that you can convert your mind map into presentation slides, making it easier for you to communicate your ideas to wider audience.
Cons: Mindmanager is a commercial application, which requires users to pay. You can use the free, 30-days trial version to test whether the application suits your need before paying the price of the application.
Reviewed on 07/02/2018
Long time user - I like it a lot. It's fairly robust. They force you to pay for upgrades.
Comments: It's helped me organize, brainstorm and present in my business for many years. It's solid and dependable.
Pros: It gets used a lot! It's very intuitive and seems to not have wasted features you wouldn't use. It's quick and not bogged down at all. The maps look really sharp and professional so can be used on screen shares and look like a champ.
Price and forced upgrade expenses if you want them. It's understandable to have paid upgrades every now and then.
MindJet has always NOT had their client base truly in mind. Even back with their mobile app ... they were charging a monthly price for that when all we needed was to access our maps and be able to make minor adjustments.
This company puts out a good product, but their view of your client base does not show that they have our best interest in mind, but rather siphon out all the cash they can get. Not a long term customer centric leadership in my experience.
Reviewed on 25/02/2017
Comments: I have used just about every version of MindManager since 2002. I have been a beta tester and a MindManager trainer. The latest version of the software is excellent with a large number of advanced features including HTML 5 export which allows maps to be opened in all web browsers without having the Mindjet application. Maps are navigable and in the same resolution as original. Other new features include a timeline map type and integration with many other apps through Zappier. Mindmanager is just one of many mind mapping applications and positions itself firmly in the business market with tight integration with MS Office and other business tools such as Sharepoint. It's market positioning makes it one of the more expensive Mind Mapping tools on the market but its rich feature set and ease of use makes up for the premium pricing. Similar levelMindMapping packages are iMindMap which is unique in its rich formatting capability that most closely follows Tony Buzzan's original Mind Mapping concepts and Mind Genius with a unique project focus.
Pros: Ease of use and high resolution of text, excellent integration with MS Office apps, Zappier integration possibilities, built in browser pane for fast context based research
Cons: Some advanced features are hard to find in menu structure if you are unfamiliar
Reviewed on 06/02/2018
I use Mindjet MindManager to manage information in visual way, ready to share in many other formats.
Comments: time saver, great ToDo dashboard supporter, excellent visual management supporter during meetings
Pros: What I love in MindManager is: contextual information management (tags, group of tags, icons, attachments, links, notes). In controlling area, great is calculation option - easy way to write functions. There is great integration w/ MS Office (Outlook, Excel). Excellent views of 1 document: Gantt chart, Schedule, Outline, Map, Priorities. Interesting thing is to use conditional formatting to present important topics with specific data.
Cons: I hope to see more options in reporting area - to export map as more specific document, to share information with others.
Reviewed on 18/07/2017
Great Project Mgmt and Visual Organization Tool
Comments: Dashboard and organizing everything visually to make me 35% more efficient on my job.
- Mind Mapping
- Dashboard Design
- Import/Export to MS Office
- Often called the "unknown" part of MS Office
- ability to map out sharepoint site as a mind map
- ability to connect to sharepoint site
- ease of use to organize ANYTHING
- new features are only on windows
- company is windows-centric and not concerned with mac or linux
- mac support is 2 or 3 versions behind
- linux support is non-existent
- online integration with task app is powerful, but not explained or shown enough