Digital tools must be effective and efficient. They should help you plan, create, and manage your projects so that your team can craft solutions to your overall goals. While many tools say they are the all-in-one tool solution, that’s a pretty bold statement to make. Every business is different and one size doesn’t necessarily fit all.
However, there comes a time when such a tool pretty much comes close to filling that spot. Infinity Cards seeks to do so by marrying some of the best qualities of different tools and adding its pizzazz to the mix.
What does Infinity Maps offer?
The web application is in part an online whiteboard tool. In your workspace, called Canvas, you create your content using cards. In these cards you can add text, images and files. Maps can be nested indefinitely creating hierarchies while maintaining a “clear and concise” structure. You can do this by simply dragging a card into another card.
To visualize the correlation between each card, you have the possibility to link the cards with arrows. These arrows are further organized by changing the color of each or by changing the color of the card itself.
Infinity Maps allows your team to collaborate in real time. To work together, you can invite users to your map. When you share your workspace, you assign different roles to people so that they have the appropriate permissions to read or write to your card. Like Google’s web tools, you can see who is using the map, as each username will appear next to their cursor and be assigned a different color.
Navigating Infinity Maps is simple and works just like Google Maps. By double-clicking, you go directly to the card you have selected. You can also scroll up and down and use the trackpad to zoom in and out on your map. This feature is very useful when you have hundreds of maps on your map.
Why Infinity Maps?
The company claims that Infinity Maps is a “revolutionary new product that allows you to organize large amounts of information visually and spatially.” It’s a combination of Miro, Notion and Google Maps into one.
âWhat are we doing differently? â, Asks Johannes Grenzemann, CEO and co-founder of Infinity Maps. “With Infinity Maps, we are building a knowledge management system that allows you to create vast and huge knowledge bases [that] portray high complexity and depth while remaining spirit-friendly because it is a visual approach, âsaid Grenzemann.
Overall, Infinity Maps is a neat knowledge tool. It can be used in many ways, from students trying to organize their thesis to startups managing their product launches.
If you want to check them out to see if they are indeed the all-in-one tool solution, you can register to start mapping. A free account gives you access to 3 cards, up to 150 cards per card and 50 MB of cloud space. If you need more space to define your ideas, you can unlock additional cards by inviting a friend or purchasing cards. Pro, Unlimited, and Team membership plans are also available for purchase.