Mind map functionality in OneNote
Mind maps are great for note taking and structuring ideas. Having this ability in OneNote would make OneNote THE place to take notes be that in text paragraphs, picture, annotations or mind maps!
This could be a feature that consolidates OnoNote as the best software for note taking in the market.
Please developers consider this feature for the future version
Yes! Mind map please!
Yes, please add a mind map feature! And maybe reply to this thread that's been going for over 2 years....
sooo incredible important!!!
Flow maps are desperately needed, especially in tables.
On mobile with apple pencil, especially...
xavi mir commented
As my colleage said on february:
"A mindmap function would transform OneNote from a mundane set of notebooks into one of the most powerful relational tools available today."
But it must have nesting properties and a good linking, not only to paragraphs or notes, but to whatever object is in the canvas.
That will be the next step.
So hurry up, Microsoft!
Our company is using freemind / freeplane tools for mindmapping: very convenient, but after switch to Office365 does not fit in the ecosystem so well. It would be best if mindmap-like functionality was built-in O365.
Much mind map
Ha Nguyen commented
Please have this function!
Please ADD THIS FUNCTION!
Or at least link to other mind map software!
Please add this functionality. It would be great for brainstorm sessions where we currently only use static lists in OneNote
A mindmap function would transform OneNote from a mundane set of notebooks into one of the most powerful relational tools available today.
Given all the fervent requests for mindmap functionality, you KNOW Microsoft won't ever do it.
Mohammed Shahid Hussain commented
This is a must have feature for OneNote. Please add this feature!!!!!!!
Andrzej Rylski commented
Even a simple implementation of mind maps would add huge value to the already great OneNote. A few simple shapes in which you can write, an ability to choose any color for each and to connect any of them together with lines or arrows... working on all platforms... that would be something.
Yes, please. To get students to use OneNote we absolutely need a mindmapping app.
I agree and ASAP!
Yes, I do recommend and suggest to have that functionality on OneNote.