All Note Exchange samples are ConceptDraw MINDMAP documents, which help you get started with the solution. They are available along with solution installation, and are accessible from the Input tab in ConceptDraw MINDMAP.
Example 1: Weekend To-Do List
This mind map was created in ConceptDraw MINDMAP. An experienced user spent 30 minutes creating this sample.
You can use the Evernote solution as a daily planner, sending day-to-day tasks from your mind map to Evernote. Thanks to the Note Exchange solution, your to-do mind maps are always with you — you can upload a whole map, or specific parts relating to a certain person, task or meeting — and you can access this information instantly, wherever you are.
Example 2: How to Organize Your Own Art Show
This mind map was created in ConceptDraw MINDMAP. An experienced user spent 20 minutes creating this sample.
You can use the Evernote solution for creative planning, sending ideas about the event from your mind map to Evernote. Thanks to the Note Exchange solution, your to-do mind maps are always with you — you can upload a whole map, or specific parts relating to a certain person, task or meeting — and you can access this information instantly, wherever you are.
What I Need to Get Started
ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7.6 and the “Note Exchange” solution (found in the Collaboration Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park) are all you need to get started. Make sure both are installed on your computer.
How to install
Download and install ConceptDraw Solution Browser and ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7.6. Next, install the “Note Exchange” solution using the Solution Browser.
When using the Note Exchange solution for the first time, you have to set up your Evernote e-mail for sending notes.
Open ConceptDraw MINDMAP and press the “Evernote” button on the toolbar.
Evernote is a great choice of a tool to keep oneself organized. Notes, images, web sites and other information that you want to have at your fingertips is always available. Store your critical information for future reference and it is synced to all of your devices for ease of access. Now ConceptDraw MINDMAP supports sending the information from your mind map to your Evernote account. Want to send just a single topic from your mind map? Easy! Want to send a branch from your mind map to Evernote? Easy! Want to send an outline of your entire map to Evernote? Also, easy! Want to send an outline of your map, an image of your map, plus a copy of your mind map file? Done!
Now critical information from your mindmaps can be accessed from almost any device using ConceptDraw MINDMAP and Evernote. Being organized and efficient has never been this easy before. Your information is available where and how you need it. All information you send from ConceptDraw MINDMAP is indexed for you by Evernote, making information easy to find and use.
So you are familiar with Evernote, what is ConceptDraw MINDMAP? ConceptDraw MINDMAP is a powerful and intuitive tool that can be used to support brainstorming, organize notes, and create polished presentations. ConceptDraw MINDMAP has an inexhaustible number of uses.
New to ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7.4 is the Note Exchange Solution, a feature that allows quick and easy export of MINDMAP documents through Evernote. This powerful feature of ConceptDraw MINDMAP allows one to pair the power of MINDMAP with the accessibility of the world’s favorite human memory platform, Evernote. This Solution permits users to develop and organize notes and tasks in ConceptDraw MINDMAP and then,with a press of a button, allows the work to be accessed later, regardless of preferred platform.
With a comprehensive list of platforms supported for the Evernote client (plus the option of web access of Evernote-based content) gives users access to important MINDMAP documents virtually on anything. With ConceptDraw MINDMAP Note Exchange Solution, users can upload to Evernote a single topic, selected topics, branch or branches (topics with subtopics), a whole single page mind map, or the entire multi-page document.
ConceptDraw MINDMAP can be used for meeting agendas, note taking, to do lists, requirements gathering, decision support, project planning, presentation development, script development, writing organization, research, event planning, tracking progress, etc. ConceptDraw MINDMAP presents information in a manner that makes it easy for people to go from a 50,000 foot view and then with a single click dive into the detail as required. The ability to present a comprehensive high-level view with supporting detail is what makes ConceptDraw MINDMAP a real workhorse. Not only is ConceptDraw economical, but it gives users the ability to do more with increased efficiency.