Monday, 4 May 2009

MindView 3 Business Edition

Just released is the latest version of MindView Business Edition.  While retaining the user friendliness of previous editions, MindView 3 Business Edition has introduced several new and innovative features that I'm looking forward to trying.

To add to the impressive portfolio of MS Office interfaces there is now an intriguing MS Excel import/export function.

Also included is a new calculation module that allows users to associate numbers with each Mind Map branch and to perform calculations. The data can then be exported to an Excel spreadsheet. Conversely, users can also import numbers from Excel to MindView.

I will download the trial and experiment with these new functions.  If you are already using MindView 3 Business Edition why not drop me a line and share your experiences?

2 comments:

Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D said...

Hi Steve:

Glad to see that you will be reviewing MindView 3. I did several recent posts about it in the past month and found it to be a powerful mindmapping and project planning tool.I look forward to your review.

Brian
http://assistivetek.blogspot.com

Steve Rothwell said...

Hi Brian - it will be interesting to compare notes