What happened in Sociamind in 2015?

I would like to thank everyone who visited the Sociamind page in 2015, especially those who made comments or provided other feedback. In this final post for 2015 and with only five days of the year left to go I thought I would provide a brief snapshot of what has been by far the busiest for the Sociamind blog since it commenced. I’ve also added an index of all the 2015 Sociamind posts in alphabetical order.

The direction that Sociamind will take in 2016 is still evolving. It will continue to include posts exploring some of the lesser-explored features of MindManager and the more esoteric ways in which the program can be used, but it may also return to some of the broader policy issues which were addressed in earlier years in this blog. In the meantime, all the best for 2016.

2015 statistics

Not counting this article there have been 12 posts on Sociamind which received 3,524 views from 2,239 visits so far this year. The three most viewed items posted in 2015 (apart from the Home Page) have been:

  1. Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 1
  2. Creating collapsible and expandable “many-to-one” relationships in MindManager mindmaps
  3. Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 4

However the single most popular post since this blog was created in 2009  is a surprising one that was added back in September 2010 – Is this the (Western) World’s oldest mind map? This post took a brief look at an image of a mind map, or probably more accurately an information map, contained in a bible produced in the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria which was commissioned as a gift for the Pope in 692. I’ll have to be honest and say I have no idea why this post has proved so popular in 2015!

All the best for 2016.

Index of posts added in 2015

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One Response to What happened in Sociamind in 2015?

  1. Faubeau says:

    Hi Alex,

    Thanks for sharing your experience in the practice of the connection between Mindjet and Outlook. And thanks also to do the resume to us. your expreience is priceless.
    Regards.
    Daniel

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