The product is used to assemble and develop ideas in visual form. It's available for Mac and PC, and registered users can upgrade for free.
New features include FTP support, with the possibility of exporting linked documents to HTML, and a host of usability improvements.
The application also lets users attach pictures to links, allows for the creation of custom link styles, and import documents in XML for ConceptDraw.
The professional version lets users support multiple mind maps within a single document, enables the editing and creation of libraries, and can import from and to PowerPoint, as well as export to PDF.
ConceptDraw MindMap product manager Valeriy Ryazanov said: "We strove to make ConceptDraw MinMap 2.0 a leap forward. To ensure maximum productivity we‘ve added a lot of useful capabilities, and made it even more flexible and convenient.”
ConceptDraw MindMap Standard costs $99. The professional version costs $149.
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