Project Management Software
is known for being Inflexible. MindGenius changes that.
These 6 Tools allow you to be in your Project Management
Usually you’ll start planning a project with a Mind Map (Tool No. 1).
You and your team can brainstorm the tasks in one pass, then organise the tasks by project phases in a second pass.
At this point most users switch to the Gantt View (Tool No. 2) to add durations, dependencies, and resources.
MindGenius also provides four special Kanban views — sets of columns that you configure to your own needs — that make it easy to review and edit key project information.
The Resources View (Tool No. 3) shows who’s doing what, and can provide insights into potential overloaded resources. You can easily make adjustments to resource assignments within this view.
With the Categories View (Tool No. 4), MindGenius gives you a way to monitor critical information about tasks according to categories you create. For example, you can track tasks that are especially important to your CEO, or that are considered especially challenging. How you use the Categories View is totally up to you.
The Priority View (Tool No. 5) lets you rank tasks by their importance to the project — or to the CEO — and then instantly get a readout on how these most important tasks are progressing.
The Status View (Tool No. 6) shows you the progress of your project, task by task. Use this view, for example, to draw your attention to critical tasks that might be taking longer than expected and potentially need additional resources.