A new way to mind mapping on monday.com

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new updated version of Mind Mapping on monday.com. Our revamped tool allows you to visualize your monday boards in a mind-mapping format, making it easier to develop and execute your ideas in one place.

Initially launched as part of a hackathon conducted by monday, we’ve since received valuable feedback from our users, allowing us to enhance the tool’s capabilities and better meet your needs.

Whether you’re a designer, product manager, marketer, or anyone with a vision, Mind Mapping on monday.com is an invaluable tool for turning your ideas into reality.

With our latest update, you can brainstorm ideas effortlessly and execute them smoothly, all within the monday platform. Here’s an overview of the new features:

1. Two-way sync

One of our users’ biggest challenges was to move their existing work/tasks on the mind map to visualize.

But with the new “search bar”, you can take any monday item on the mind map just by dragging and dropping.

2. Intuitive UI/UX

We have made it super easy for you to visualize your ideas using mind-map with our new user interface. It will help you align your teams as you communicate your ideas.

Your teams will not only have a clear idea of what they are doing but they will know how they are contributing to the bigger picture.

3. Assign and Overview

After converting any node into a monday item, you had to go to the monday board to see the assigned tasks and overview them.

But now you don’t have to go on the monday board to see updates on any task. You can navigate all this and even know the status of any task on the mind map itself.

Just click on the three-dot icon to get the project details.

In this way, you and everyone can overview the whole project in one place which will bring clarity to your team members.

Solve the Sub-item under a sub-item problem!

As we can see from this community post - some tasks are complex and need to be broken down into smaller tasks.

To break down large tasks using Thoughtflow, you can start by creating a central node that represents the overall task. From there, you can create subnodes that represent the different steps or components required to complete the task. You can then create additional subnodes under each of these steps, breaking them down into even smaller tasks or action items.

By using Thoughtflow to map out your ideas, you can gain a clearer understanding of the task at hand and develop a more effective plan for completing it.

Why are teams moving from Xmind, MindMeister, and coggle to this integration?

Xmind, Mind meister, and Coggle are great tools for mind mapping. But when your teammates need more context around their work, they first to go the project management tool. Using separate tools for mind mapping and project management can create siloes.

Use this mind mapping integration to align your team with the big picture, and help them see the why behind their what & how.

We hope you will enjoy this new update. We would also love to hear your feedback

and how you think we can improve it.

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