What are XMIND files and how to open them
Are you having problems opening an XMIND file or just wondering what they contain? We explain what these files are used for and show you software that we know can open or otherwise handle your files.
What is an XMIND file?
An .XMIND file is an XMind Workbook file.
The .xmind file extension can be found on files that are specific to XMind Workbook. XMIND is a document file type that contains multiple sheets with diagrams that capture ideas during a brainstorming session. It includes features that support planning documentation, visualization narratives, and information organization. The .xmind files are also used for storing organizational charts, work schemes, Gantt charts, and other individual and business diagrams.
XMind is a software developed by XMind Ltd that is specially designed to support an individual or group's mind mapping and brainstorming activities. The software can be utilized to document ideas, manage complex information, organize thoughts, and enhance a team's productivity. It is also a cross-platform application so that it can be used on different operating systems.
Information on organization documents that are created using the XMind mind mapping software is saved in .xmind format. XMIND is a proprietary file type of XMind, Ltd. Other software programs support this file type, such as Seavus iMindQ.
How to open XMIND files
We have identified one XMIND opener that is compatible with this specific type of XMIND file.
Programs that open XMind Workbook files
Last updated: February 24, 2023
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