From ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7 to Evernote- Seamless!

With each passing day, I am finding that Evernote is becoming a bigger part of my workflow and it is exciting to see how developers of other applications are taking advantage of this. Just today CS Odessa released an update to ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7 that seamlessly allows you to upload your mind maps to Evernote with a click of a button. If you have the Evernote application installed on your computer the upload takes place in the background and within seconds your outline and mind map are transferred to Evernote. For those of you who don't have the Evernote application, you can send your mind maps via an email client that you have installed on your computer. Since the Evernote application is free, I would highly recommend that you install it on your computer so that you can have this seamless experience uploading your mind maps to Evernote from within ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7. Watch the video below to see the Evernote options that are built-in to ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7.


  1. My wife uses Conceptdraw Mindmap on her Mac at home and PC at work. This is a cool tool that lets you take freeform data -everything from all of your data structure, to tackling problems with a product, to the topics you plan to introduce on lection or presentation – and organize that information to help you brainstorm and better plan for, prepare for, and manage large or small projects.

  2. i love these tools. Concept draw MindMap and Evernote are my life savers when i do essays at uni