A successful project doesn’t just happen, it requires initiation, thorough planning, and seamless execution. However, like many others, you might be struggling with:
No more MS Excel, hard to use project management tools or inadequate freeware. You can use MindView to create an outline of your project in a Mind Map, commonly referred to as a Work Breakdown Structure. Creating a Mind Map makes it fast and simple to create objectives, breakdown tasks and construct the project scope/outline.
Brainstorming made easy!
You can work with your peers on the project in real time. Your team can easily contribute to the notes, the research… as well as the tasks.
Furthermore, you can track changes among project members to ensure mistakes will be kept to a minimum. This also allows teachers and professors to monitor the group progress by generating status updates and reports.
That’s the team spirit!
Do your research with MindView, capture information from the web and MindView automatically attaches it to your outline and cites the source. You can also attach external files, links, and text documents to your outline. Essentially, turn MindView into an electronic notebook housing all your content. There is no need to have your data and research in multiple places.
Let MindView do the heavy lifting.
Say bye-bye to having to create a Gantt chart manually using MS Excel, hard to use project management software or freeware. With a simple mouse click you can transform your work into a built-in Gantt chart. If the Gantt chart is too much, you might find it easier to convert the information into a Timeline which is also built-in. Keep in mind that all layouts are integrated, so if you work in the Gantt, it updates the Mind Map and vice-versa.
Creating a report in an academic format or a presentation could not be easier. MindView has full MS Office, Google Docs, and iWork integration, so import/export on any platform can be done easily. Once again, a simple click of a button and all your information gets formatted into a complete document that’s ready to be handed in or assessed.