There is a powerful new feature on the iThoughtsHD app that allows you to quickly incorporate web-based research into a mindmap on your iPad.

This is one of those things that can completely change the way we do research.  I have only recently started using the tool and I am very impressed with how powerful and intuitive it is.

Additionally, because the research is in a mindmap, you can view the research at a high-level or drill down into the details.

I could describe the process in more detail, but this is the sort of the thing you have to see to understand how revolutionary it is.

Here is a video illustrating how to do research with iThoughtsHD on your iPad:

 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA5jOhWQAvs&sns=em

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6 Responses to iThoughts Research: A Powerful Way To Do Research on Your iPad

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