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A new zumida video is out on YouTube!

March 05, 2017

Now, that zumida has emerged into a mature platform, it is time to present the first public video. See zumida in action, from registration to content creation and automatic discovery.

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The following screencast is the first public video of the zumida social mind mapping platform. In this video we demonstrate the following steps: (1)~Registering a new user on the zumida platform, (2)~creating content with the innovative zumida user interface, and (3)~discovering content with the zumida smart content discovery feature.

We hope you like the way we transform the idea of mind mapping with the zumida social platform! Mind mapping has never been more connected and more social than with zumida. Our mission is to transform mind mapping into a daily, social, and fun tool for everybody on the planet! Why? Because we love mind mapping. We use mind mapping ourselves. And we believe zumida is going to be great!

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