Choose fonts, sizes, styling, like any text-editor. The text is just inside a shape.
Point click and drag works like a charm: Move or resize shapes. Touch zooming and dragging for touchscreens supported.
Like on a whiteboard. Just click anywhere and start typing. Hotkeys for new paragraphs. Import images, textfiles or pdf.
It's' easy to share your notes. Anyone with a recent browser can use Breakdown Notes, and there is no registration required.
Breakdown lets you use all these to better differentiate and focus. You can also use your own images.
Want an overview? Zoom out. Want details? Zoom in. Want to see another part of the map? Just pan.
Breakdown is an ideal tool to make notes, because its flexibility will let you rethink and reorder the map easily.
The are many icons to spice up your notes and maps. Just select, click, drag.
Notes, flow charts, decision trees, tournament diagrams, flash cards for studying, an electronic bulletin board: it's all possible.
Take a look at some of the example maps. Clicking the picture will take you to the map page where you can zoom in and out of the map, and add things yourself.
using the tv show modern family
An example showing how to add pictures, merge elements, use hierarchies, or see who's related to whom
Zoom in and out of the table
An example with some neatly aligned shapes.
Capitals and countries of Europe
This example showcases flippable elements and study mode. Enter study mode (options menu) and shapes flip for a second on click or touch, so you can quickly study / test yourself. Works great on tablets.
IMDB top 250 corrected
Filter the shows you already watched, liked or disliked, so you can decide what to watch next. This example showcases a more whiteboard style of use.
Taking notes while studying
Of the European commission
See which commissioner has what portfolio and steers which departments.
An example using fruits
An example using some basic shapes, connections and text labels to construct a decision tree / flow chart for fruit. So you know what you are eating...
A remake of a walt disney original
Walt Disney made this concept map for his imperium, showing how for example music and magazines division enforce the movie division and vice versa.
A really big map
A map full of grammar. The first map using levels. Levels allow you to show only a particular subset of shapes, which you can use to highlight either structure, or show more details.
Based of a Starbuck customer
This example shows a simple use of tables and lines to recreate a experience map. It shows how simple it is to position anything, anywhere with Breakdown Notes.
First steps to functional programming
This example shows the notes taken during the course function programming with scala at www.coursera.org. Plenty of branches to follow along.
Watch the demo video on the right or try out the map yourself
You can always save your map and continue working on it later, or when done, export it as image or pdf.
Next time you visit, you can go straight to the map by click the logo in the left side of the menu bar.
Do however turn of your ad-blocker (if you have one) if you want to continue using the free version of breakdown-notes
Making notes, and brainstorming is hard. Breakdown Notes brings the tools that support in stead of limit you.
Breakdown Notes is intended for students and professionals who need to learn, think, analyze, brainstorm, collaborate and present. Its intention is to offer one tool to help with all this.
It not a just a text editor, nor is it a note book. Its not just for diagrams, nor just for presentations. It intermingles the basis of all these things, because that's just what you need to get things done.
You can contact Breakdown Notes for questions and feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love to help and we love all sincere feedback!