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I think that you have misunderstood the main use of mind maps - probably because so many people misuse them. Originally, a mind map was a tool an individual (or small team) could use to list ideas created in a brainstorming session, along with the links to the topics those ideas were created from or fit best with. This can be very important in a free-form ...


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Orgmode is a free add-on to Emacs. Legend has it, many people learn Emacs for org-mode alone. It has support for: outlining tables with almost-excel-level formula support task logging with time tracking (clock-in clock-out) generates summaries of what you've spent your time on (by day, week, etc) ... honestly, too many things to mention. If you can think ...


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I used to use SmartSheet (www.smartsheet.com). It's an online spreadsheet that also has a tree structure. I used it for a to-do list, plus project planning. They cancelled their free plan, and now only have a 30 day free trial. The smallest package they now offer is $15.95 a month. If you don't mind paying, I truly recommend their site. It is very ...


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here is an answer from outlinersoftware.com The classic ‘hierarchical spreadsheet’ is B-liner (varatek.com). As far as I know it has been undeveloped for ages, aside a minor update for Windows 7 compatibility (I think). I therefore do not recommend it. My recommendation would go to the mindmapper MindView, which was the first to integrate formulas that are ...


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In the past I used Insightly for this (no affiliation). It allows you to create contacts, organisations, opportunities, projects etc. Contacts can also be imported from your email (Gmail and Outlook integration). Each entity can then be linked to another entity and the link can contain details about how they are related. Additionally you can tag entities. ...



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