We want to thank all those who have supported GroupMap. Whether you have created public maps on politics and public perception, or created your own little private think tank for your own team of brilliant minds, you have helped to spur on the development and growth of GroupMap as a tool for groups to share, learn and grow.
So what’s the news?
First, GroupMap has been shortlisted for the oZAPP national awards in the top 5 apps. We are certainly happy to meet this milestone and you can add your support just by liking us or giving us a shoutout @groupmapapp. We look forward to showcasing our product to some of the Silicon Valley luminaries. Thanks for being part of our journey to date. Follow us here.
Secondly, we’ve added a splash of colour. Most have loved the simplicity of ideas versus suggestions. But we’ve heard that a little colour adds a little interest. So we’ve added a new thought colour which tells you which ideas you have accepted from other’s on your map. In a simple glance, you’ll see which ideas on YOUR MAP are yours, suggestions and ideas accepted from others. We like to think of it as our originality cue, but of course we would love to hear what you have to say, so feel free to drop us a line.
And last but not least, we’re running our second introductory seminar, free of charge, for our subscribers who want to pick up some new nifty tricks and tips for using GroupMap or would just like a run through the basics of setting up, running a session and getting the most out of GroupMap.
Register here for our free Introductory seminar.
GroupMap is a collaboration tool that helps teams work better together by showing you everyone is thinking. We reduce groupthink, information overload and democratise ideas using simple visual conversation maps which individuals contribute to giving meetings more meaning.