In this tutorial, you will learn How to make a Mind Map on Google docs
How to make a mind map with Google Drawings
How to make a Mind Map on Google docs: Step-by-Step Guide
Here are the steps to make a Mind Map on Google docs :
To create a mind map in Google docs you can use the Google docs drawing app which is integrated into Google docs.
Step 1: Open Google Doc
Open your Google docs where you need to create a mind map.
Step 2: Go to the Insert menu and Select Drawing->New. (Insert->Drawing)
- Click on the Insert menu on the main menu bar.
- Now from the drop-down Select Drawing->New.
Step 3: Draw your Main Center Idea
Once you click on Insert->drawing>new, A drawing board screen will pop up.
Now Click on the Shape icon as shown below.
Under the Shape icon, Click on Shapes and choose your desired Shape
Here we have chosen a rounded rectangle to depict our main concept or idea.
Step 4: Fill the Shape with text
Now fill the Shape with your mind map’s central idea or main concept.
Step 5: Draw sub-idea or topics for the Mind map
- Now using shapes again draw the sub-topics for your mind map
- Simply select the existing Shape and press CTRL+C to copy it.
- Now use CTRL+V to paste it below the main idea on the drawing board and replicate it as shown below.
- After copying edit the Text
Step 4: Connect the Shapes using a line or arrow
Now using the line option connect the main idea to its subtopics
Step 5: Now Click on “Save & Close.”
The mind map will be inserted into your google docs
Step 6: Customize the Mind map.
In case you need to edit the Mind map further just double-click on the mind map on your Google docs and it will take you back to the drawing editor.
For example, you want to change the color of the Shape and text.
Step 7: A mind map has been created
Our final mind map after editing looks like below.
How to make a Mind Map on Google docs(Conclusion)
In the above tutorial, we have walked you through a step-by-step guide using which you can create a mind map in Google Sheets.
We hope this tutorial on How to make a Mind Map on Google docs was helpful.
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