Minder is a free open source mind mapping application for Linux. With Minder, you can create, develop and visualize ideas. Create beautiful mind maps using the keyboard and automatic tree layout. Includes markdown and printer support, customizable theme options and more. Other features include quick search, focus mode, zoom in, and automatic mind map saving. It is released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. You can also add notes, tasks, and images to the node.
Install Minder on Ubuntu
Minder is available in Ubuntu repositories and flatpak packages. It can be installed from the terminal command line application. Open the terminal software (ctrl + alt + t) on Ubuntu and execute the following command.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install minder
After installation, it can be opened from the application’s View menu.
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Install Mind Mind Mapping via flatpak.
If you don’t have flatpak, install it. Follow the links below for flatpak installation instructions.
Install flatpak on Ubuntu
After installing flatpak, reboot your system, open the terminal command line app and run this command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.phase1geo.minder
You can run through it
flatpak run com.github.phase1geo.minder