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Author Topic: Tasking  (Read 928 times)

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Tasking
« on: February 25, 2019, 09:41 AM »
The memory consumption of freemind is enormous depending of java machine.
I am using in combination with other task mapping software like ToDoList.
Or even my CRM Goldmine 5.5 (an old one).
So I want to know more about these tools (mental mapping orgnization) and memory less requirements....
I have tried freeplane but also depends on java.
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Re: Tasking
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2019, 11:42 AM »
Have you ever tried InfoQube?
It's been going through huge changes in the last year and more, well worth checking out.
Mindmapping is way down the list of what it can do, but there is some ability there. See also the 'Surface' --
"The two-dimensional IQ Surface is an infinitely-sized sheet that can be used to show items. It is an innovative way to view outlines, combining the free-form 2D layout and linking of concept maps with the expand / collapse features of grids"
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Re: Tasking
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2019, 02:01 PM »
Have you ever tried InfoQube?
It's been going through huge changes in the last year and more, well worth checking out.
Mindmapping is way down the list of what it can do, but there is some ability there. See also the 'Surface' --
"The two-dimensional IQ Surface is an infinitely-sized sheet that can be used to show items. It is an innovative way to view outlines, combining the free-form 2D layout and linking of concept maps with the expand / collapse features of grids"
Running to try.
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Re: Tasking
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2019, 02:42 PM »
Guauuuu !
InfoQube is in the line of ToDoList or viceversa.
I am very fond of ToDoList.
ToDoList have the option to import or export from/to Freemind.
The concept of task list may be reverted into a mind map.
Both programs are superb, but I will stay with TDL
I am searching for a more simple and alternative option to freemind.
I have found Instrumind ThinkComposer , but seems more complex that freemind. Even with FreePlane I have a mental mess. I am not ready at the moment for big changes. Only use or not Java. And use less memory.

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