I wasn't expecting much when I decided to do a Mindmup review, but I was blown away by some of the features they provide… for free.
You'll need to install a browser extension to get all of the features, but it might be worth it for you. MindMup lets you save your maps to Google Drive (and Dropbox). You can also use Google functionality to enable live chat and collaborate with others (not shown in video).
You're even able to export slides in PowerPoint format.
It's not as fully featured as some of the Big Name solutions, but you can definitely use MindMup as a solid productivity tool.
Anyway, check out the MindMup review video below.
This review is part of the Visual Mapping Review Series 2014.
YouTube Link (8:10)
About the Visual Mapping Review Series 2014
I’m doing a review series on visual mapping software, but I’ve got a lot of programs to check out.
I’ll download the software, spend at least 1 day with it, and then use it to create the review video.
I’m also going to use the software to get some actual work done.
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