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Overview Using a word processor to write long, complicated essays or business documents is hard work. Using Mindomo to collect your ideas and organize your document before exporting it to Microsoft Word is easier and produces a better outcome. Figure 1: the Mindomo template for creating a document Use this template This article shows you how to use the Mindomo template for creating documents. It includes guidance and tips on structure, writing, and exporting to…

Checklists are a powerful way to save time and get great results when you are doing complicated work. They help you to learn and improve your results each time you use them. Checklists are easy to create in a Mindomo map – a topic with subtopics represents a list with items. There are template checklists maps available in your Mindomo account. Each account type (Business, Personal, Teacher, and Student) has different example checklists as templates.…

Depending on the type of work you do, being productive and remaining motivated throughout the day might be a challenging task. It can definitely be achieved, as long as you follow some sort of routine that allows you to bring your best self at work. In this post, we’re going to dive deep into being productive and making the most of your day by highlighting some important and useful tips. These are the tips we’re…

Online collaboration tools Online collaboration tools help team members to communicate and collaborate, share files, work together on projects, take notes, and brainstorm ideas. There are different types of collaboration tools: online communication tools, online documentation tools, mind mapping tools, project management tools, and file-sharing apps. Mindomo is a tool that includes all of these. It is a cloud-based app used for collaboration, mind mapping, task management, brainstorming, etc. This team collaboration tool offers features…

Smart goal setting is one of the most effective tools for achieving goals used in the professional area. The smart goals you set should relate to the accomplishments (results), not the activities that help you achieve them. The meaning of SMART goals SMART is an acronym that stands for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and timely. This method of setting smart goals was the idea of George T. Doran, the author of the work named “There’s…