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Escape is your place to jot down notes & ideas, connect and develop them, and follow up the projects.
Plan and organize about anything
Notes, tasks, links and images
Escape combines the simplicity of note‑taking apps with the creative power of mind mapping, to create a unique visual brainstorming and thinking tool.
⒈ Jot down & Collect
Notes, ideas, goals & to-dos
⒉ Organize & Structure
Branch and recombine ideas
⒊ Highlight & Style
Markers, colors & text styles
⒋ Track your Progress
Set priority and % complete
⒌ Present & Share
PNG, PDF or MMAP
Brainstorm visually. Connect ideas. Take decisions.
Get the things done
Giving a presentation? Map the structure and keep everyone focused, and on the same page.
Make an argument map about whether to build a private cloud or use a public cloud.
Make your planning visual. It greatly benefits project planning and status meetings.
Mind mapping and outlining are two sides of the same coin. Therefore, we built a full featured outliner that works in par with the mind mapping mode.
Brainstorm ideas in outliner if you prefer to work in an organized, structured approach, or brainstorm ideas in a mind map, then switch to outliner for project organization and execution.
Write long-form articles and essays. Prepare notes for a speech. Create daily notes in a bullet journal.
Create checklists and templates, daily to-dos, shopping lists, travel packing lists, life-long bucket lists, or project checklists.
Sketch ideas and workflows, or annotate images, using Apple Pencil or your finger.
Scribble your thoughts for quick input.
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use mind mapping
The visual nature of mind maps makes it easy to structure, organize and develop ideas. It gives you bird's-eye view and details view, all in the same package.
What is mind mapping?
Snippets of text, links, pictures, tasks or to-dos, they all fit in a mind map. Mind mapping is a flexible and powerful way to organize and understand information, in a visual, hierachical way.
Jot them down without worrying for structure, and organize them later by drag & drop. Get your idea and break it into small, actionable parts, then get it done.
Here's some mind map templates and examples to get you started.
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