Coggle is a collaborative mind-mapping tool that helps you make sense of complex things. Create unlimited mind maps and easily share them with friends and colleagues.

Source: Coggle – Simple Collaborative Mind Maps

There is no shortage to mind mapping software, and here’s another one, Coggle. With Coggle, users can participate in the collaborative process on creating and editing a mind map. The free version limits you to 1 private diagram and unlimited public diagrams (although once logged in, it said I had 1 of 3 private diagrams, so maybe they are changing that).

Signing up requires a Google account, which is nice for G Suite schools, but not so nice for non-G Suite schools.

Blocks can include text and graphics, plus, there is a built in icon library you can use. Unfortunately, once you add a graphic object to a box, there is Markdown formatting that might throw a person off.

What it looks like after added a picture
But clicking on it to edit shows this.

All in all, Coggle looks pretty cool, and works very well.

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