14.06.2024

Infinity Maps – a large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and diagrams

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Anton Martynov

Lifehacker Author

Infinity Maps — large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and diagrams

In the process of working with information, we regularly have to organize the collected ideas and visualize plans so that tasks, processes and other elements look clear. This can be done on paper or a large whiteboard, but for large projects, this presentation method will not be enough.

Infinity Maps combines an online infinity whiteboard, a diagramming tool, and a knowledge map to collect all important data. Suitable for charting in the process of writing a scientific paper, when developing applications, for visualizing stories from fiction books or background information about a company.

Infinity Maps — large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and diagrams

When creating a new project, you can choose a ready-made template or start from scratch. The interface here is quite convenient, the control is similar to moving around the online world map. The user can move around the board, zoom in on each individual element and add new information, as well as move the window to view the plan or diagram as a whole.

Infinity Maps — large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and schemes

To visualize processes and create knowledge maps, Infinity Maps has geometric shapes, arrows, inscriptions, backgrounds with different colors. You can insert images into cards and pin download links.

Infinity Maps — large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and schemes

Each individual card or shape can be focused by double tapping. Therefore, it is very convenient to deal with the detailing of processes on the plan. dlja-sostavlenija-kart-processov-planov-i-shem-4be71da.jpg” alt=”Infinity Maps — large-scale workspace for mapping processes, plans and schemes” />

In the free mode, up to three cards are available per account, in each of them you can create up to 150 cards and attach files up to 50 MB in total. With a subscription for 15 euros per month, all restrictions are removed – you will have an infinite number of maps and elements on them, as well as 5 GB of storage for files.

You can work on the map in a joint online mode with colleagues, this will display the names of the users who are currently active. For the finished scheme, a presentation mode is provided with a predetermined route of movement from one part of the plan to another.

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