The mind map sharing site, Biggerplate, has reached a major milestone by registering its 30,000 member. Quite an achievement for the owner and creator, Liam Hughes. Congratulations!
Originally launched in January 2008 and re-launched early in 2011 after a major revamp, the site is a library where mind map users can share maps. If you are looking for assistance with a subject the chances are you will find a map on Biggerplate that can help. If you've created a map and think it may help others, you can upload the map in seconds.
Membership is free and it takes only a few moments to register. Once you've registered you may download any or all of the maps on the site.
Currently Biggerplate supports maps created with:
The site provides different ways of participating in mind mapping. It's also easy to connect with others with similar interests using Biggerplate Groups or via the inbuilt social media links.