Notes that work
Keep your ideas safe in the nodes of the mind map – spare them from being forgotten – they will take part later in your project
Writing papers and articles
Start from the outline and expand the document step by step. Stay focused on important and get the solid result.
Getting rid of feeling overwhelmed
Brainstorm your and team’s ideas to clear vision. Convert your storm results to personal and project plan
Create and clarify birds eye view of project deliverables to your team. Forget about rigid plans. Sync all teammates with calendar
Focus and collaboration
Put all your attention to the project, but stay in sync with your team within your work pace
Prepare presentation for your meeting. Present mind map as it is 🙂 Gather advisers’s feedback easily
Access RedForester on any platform
Work with simplified view at mobile apps and make notes at your favorite browser with our extensions
Easy to start, work your way up
Proceed from simple digital notebook to the level of formalization accepted within your team
All information on one canvas
With RedForester you don’t lose focus when switching between different types of information and pages – all things are placed on one map
Work online with your teammates, colleagues and advisors. Collaborative real-time editing and getting shared view on the project
Based on your workflow, mind map can be operated as kanban, timeline, table-view and more
Plugins & Integrations
Connect plugins to automate your workflow: calculations, integrations, management and so on
Public, team and private access
Share parts of your map to your colleagues or restrict access to personal drafts (it’s up to you)
What people are saying …
Executive Director, CCDevelopment
Interesting tool! At first I was skeptical, but the demo has changed my mind.
With RedForester I could structure my project. It’s convenient to collect information, manage my project and communicate with the team.
We had used Google Sheets for project management. I’ve tried RedForester and think that we don’t need Sheets anymore .
Program Manager, CRDF
My first words after RedForester demo were «What a cool thing!» 🙂 With that tool I could have birdseye view of my project with both time and structure aspects of it.
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