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Just the blue spider logo, without any additonal text
The blue spider, along with some basic promotional text and a mind map in the background. We use these images for blog headers and app store listings.
- MindMup.com initially launched in January 2013
- Usage statistics
- From the launch until 1 October 2016, according to Google Analytics, MindMup was used by 4,200,000 unique users across all the versions. During the month of September 2016, MindMup had more than 250,000 unique users.
- MindMup 2 is free to use. Some exports are limited to 100 KB for anonymous users, to prevent abuse of our server resources. MindMup Gold subscription removes size restrictions for exports, and costs 2.99 USD per month for personal usage, or 100 USD per year for organisations.
Saving documents to Google Drive, is free, not affected by size restrictions, and the users do not need to have a Gold subscription to save their maps to those services.
- Copyright and license
- The key mind mapping library created for MindMup is opensource, but the web site interface itself is not opensource. MindMup copyright legally belongs to Sauf Pompiers Ltd, a UK-based company the three original authors created to operate Mindmup.com.
- Damjan Vujnovic, David de Florinier and Gojko Adzic started MindMup in January 2013 to create a free and open alternative to commercial mind mapping cloud services, and the three main drivers of the project are creating a frictionless interface, productivity and community-driven development.
- User community
- MindMup is community driven and we engage with users frequently on social networks to drive future development. Users can vote for new features at mindmup.uservoice.com If you’re targeting a particular social network and want to allow readers to better engage with us, consider linking directly to our feeds or pages on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.