Innovation can be as simple as combining two tools such as iMindMap and ThingLink which were not initially designed to work together. Discover how to turn your mind maps (or any other image) into attractive, interactive and sharable online content using rich media tags from ThingLink. I was looking for an easy way to embed sound and video in my exported mind maps and make them more interactive on the web. My preferred mind mapping software has not feature this option (yet). But recently, I discovered a very simple tool to do it on top, just in a few clicks. Think outside the box People are often asking me how many different tools I’m using to draw my creative mind maps and how much difficult it is. About the tagging tool ThingLink is a Finnish-American provider of in-image interaction tools. Interact with the mind map Mouse over the picture here below and discover an interesting way of interacting with a mind map. Click here if you want to access a larger version of the interactive map.
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