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View Your MindThis page was exported directly from vym. It shows some of the features vym offers to collect and present ideas and data. Editing the content of the page in vym is really easy and intuitive, just grab something with the mouse and move it to another place.Usually you will work with two windows: * Mainwindow shows the map as seen in the image above * Noteeditor which is used to edit larger text like this one (and the others) in grey boxes here. The noteeditor always shows the content of the branch selected in the mainwindow.vym is not another drawing tool, it is a thinking tool. It is also a planning tool. Maybe some kind of database, too. The idea is to use it dynamically, just change the map when your thoughts change. The possibility to export the content e.g. to a website as seen here, was added recently. Another new export filter allows to easily create a presentation in Open Office.Enjoy vym!Uwe Drechsel <vym at insilmaril dot de> * What is vym VYM (View Your Mind) is a tool to generate and manipulate maps which show your thoughts. Such maps can help you to improve your creativity and effectivity. You can use them for time management, to organize tasks, to get an overview over complex contexts, to sort your ideas etc. Maps can be drawn by hand on paper or a flip chart and help to structure your thoughs. While a tree like structure like shown on this page can be drawn by hand or any drawing software vym offers much more features to work with such maps. vym is not another drawing software, but a tool to store and modify information in an intuitive way. For example you can reorder parts of the map by pressing a key or add various information like a complete email by a simple mouse click. * Why use vym A map can concentrate a very complex content on little space e.g. a piece of paper. It helps to use both sides of your brain: the logical side and also your creative side (e.g. by using pictures, colors and keywords in a map, so called anchors). It is a technique to organize the way you think: It can help you by developing, sorting and memorizing your thoughts. Because you just use keywords and drawings, it is much faster than good old fashioned notes. Your brain memorizes things by associating them to other things -- a map makes use of those connections and stimulates new asccociations. vym is designed to make changes in the map very easy: e.g. if you use it for time management, just move a task to another place or recolor it by a simple mouse click in order to assign it to another day in the week or to give it a new priority. There are lots of webpages (see e.g. the Wikepedia links below) and also books out there, providing lots of information on working with maps.
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