Mind mapping is one of the best ways to capture your thoughts and bring them to project in visual form. Beyond just note-taking, though, mind maps can help you become more creative, remember more, and solve problems more effectively.

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In Rukovoditel, the creation of mind maps is implemented in two ways: as a separate field type “Mind Map” for free planning and as a special report that links records in mind map with tasks in entity.

How to create a mind map

The mind map can be connected to any entity in the program. For example, to plan projects you need to use mind map. Go to entity settings and create a new field of type “Mind Map”. In the project editing form, you will see a flag that allows you to enable the display of the mind map on the project page.
This type of mind map is intended for free planning, that is, the records on the map are not directly linked to the project tasks. This implementation of the mind map is useful for brainstorming.

How to structure tasks with a mind map

If in your project the tasks are divided into phases, which in turn are divided into tasks and subtasks, then the mind map will help you visually create a hierarchy of tasks. To do this, the program provides a special report "Mind Map", records in which are automatically transformed into a task. This report is available in the Extension. Read more.