Asana2Go now easily creates beautiful mind maps from any of your tasks in any project, search results, or My Tasks, and you can also import an existing mind map into Asana preserving the nodes and hierarchy.
Consider checking out the video below because it’s quite an eye-opener to visualize certain Asana projects in this way (using Asana2Go’s export as mind map feature). And it’s powerful to be able to start a project by brainstorming in a mind map app, then import and continue on in Asana.
(As part of the newly-released mind map features, a new Save CSV/Text File button has been added which is useful, too, for some of the other outputs generated by Asana2Go.)
Medium Post - Asana2Go Does Mind Maps (includes above video)
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