Mindmeister is a new, collaborative mind-mapping tool that I read about on Anne Zelenka’s post on Web Worker Daily. If you’re new to mind-mapping and if the Wikipedia link above doesn’t satisfy you, I’ve blogged about it here.
I wanted to try Mindmeister but the invites were gobbled up quickly, so I figured I’d do the next best thing–wait for the public beta. That, and I subscribed to their newsletter so they’d let me know when I’d get to try their software.
Good decision, because, one day later, I received a private-beta invite in my Inbox. Quite thrilling to be on the cutting edge of, well, private-beta. I tried it out yesterday and it looks interesting, though I must admit that I didn’t spend a lot of time on the software.
Cool features include auto-saving, exporting to tools like FreeMind and MindManager, and of course, collaboration. Hopefully, I’ll write a detailed review once I’ve used the software a bit more.
I have a few invites left, so if anyone’s intersted in trying out the software, leave a comment and I’ll send you an invite. Please be patient because I’m not online all day so I may take a little while (read: at Web 1.0 speed) to invite you.
That’s all folks.