Start with a mind map template to brainstorm, capture and consolidate your ideas. Accelerate your workflow by discovering our full set of online templates – and customizing them to match your requirements.

What is a mind map?

A mind map focuses on a key idea at its center and then branches out in radial tree structures as you add, connect, and organize associated concepts.

Branching and radial maps were used as early as the 3rd century, but the modern incarnation of the mind map was popularized by BBC presenter Tony Buzan in the ‘70s. Today, online mind map templates can help your team capture ideas visually – and discover the scope, complexity, and full potential of any big idea or task.

Screenshot of a mind map template

Mind map templates increase team collaboration and productivity

Mind maps are particularly good for brainstorming sessions because, although their branching structures are hierarchical, their radial arrangement of ideas disrupts rigid prioritizing. The nature of that freeform shape encourages teams to use their collective intelligence – and consider every aspect of a single idea.

Because team members can find places for their own thoughts – and quickly identify like-minded contributions – a mind map template encourages team participation and collaboration. This helps connect and lend coherence to seemingly unrelated ideas – leading teams to consolidate and simplify their planning.

Discover more mind map templates

Select from our online mind map templates, and quickly customize them to capture your team’s ideas and suggestions.

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Your diagrams and flowcharts don’t have to remain in a silo. You can quickly link them to other visual assets like wireframes, mockups, charts, and graphs – all within the same Moqups project!

Moqups lets your team create their own workflow – and go where the project takes them – by removing the blocks, barriers, and obstacles of single-purpose apps.