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Every great idea starts with a single thought. And another. And a million more. Whether you’re sipping coffee or lying on a beach — MindNode helps you capture those ideas and turn them into a clear visual.
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Node: a space where you can add text and images — each representing a thought, topic, or idea.
Node well: where you create a new node (represented by a + symbol).
Main node: the central idea or topic of your MindNode mind map.
Child node: a thought/idea that is connected to another one.
Sibling nodes: thoughts/ideas on the same branch at the same level.
Parent node: the initial thought/idea that connects sibling nodes.
Branch: a group of thoughts/ideas related to one another.
Connection: an alternative way of connecting thoughts/ideas on the same or different branches.
Canvas: the area outside nodes, the background, so to say.
Stickers: visual illustrations you can add to your MindNode mind map to make things more fun.
Notes: a way to expand on your thoughts/ideas without them always being visible.
Tags: a way of making nodes (aka. thoughts and ideas) searchable, no matter where they are located on your MindNode mind map.
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