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Espaces de travail numériques pour la collaboration visuelle, l'inspiration et l'innovation Partout, à tout moment et sur tout type d'appareil.
It’s an intuitively designed easy to use virtual whiteboarding tool that comes with templates that you can use for exercises that you might want to run.
Sometimes the web visualization gets stuck or shows blank boards where they should have content, but a quick page refresh generally fixes it.
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Perfect way to keep people engaged
Un espace de travail numérique collaboratif en ligne
Mural est un outil intuitif et agréable de collaboration en ligne, offrant le même confort et les mêmes interactifs qu’ un atelier en présentiel. Il propose également un nombre important des modèles qui peuvent être téléchargés et utilisés hors ligne. Le programme, innovant, possède un très beau design et facilite la créativité et le travail d’équipe. Très polyvalent, Il est utilisable par tous en temps réel, compatible avec tous les types d'appareils et permet à chacun d’interagir sur tous types de travaux collaboratifs de groupe.
Le choix des modèles est un peu limité et un ajustement est nécessaire la plupart du temps. par ailleurs, dommage de ne pouvoir interagir oralement
MURAL- Un très bon outil de collaboration en ligne
MURAL très agréable de collaboration en ligne. La collaboration sur MURAL est virtuelle mais bien réelle comme un atelier en présentiel. Il est également un important base de données des modèles (modèle d'affaire, projet, etc.) qui peuvent être téléchargés et utilisés hors ligne.
Il manque malheureusement un système audio intégré
Facile d'utilisation, visuellement agréable et nombreux modèles utiles
Les modèles, le design, la facilité de collaborer
Choix limité dans les modèles unitaires types (tableaux, matrices...) à intégrer dans nos murs personnalisés
Alternatives envisagées : Miro
Pourquoi passer à Mural : Plus facile d'utilisation, les modèles me convenaient mieux
No other Product Even Comes Close
Commentaires : This tool achieves many problems and is suitable for everyday use, personal use, small groups, and large working groups. Personal Use: visual organization and planning Small Groups: can quickly move ideas into visual representations that make it very easy to share with other people. MURAL's often become the foundation for projects which people come back to time and time again. It is very satisfying to collaborate with colleagues in this way as much of the applications we use day to day are only design for single users. Workshops: MURAL is powerful when put in the hands of a facillitator who can then guide a group of people through experiential learning and discussions which lead to emergent thinking and non-intuitive insights. Visual Documentation: Over the years I have become very proficient as a visual note taker in mural and can listen to speaker or meeting proceed and capture the meeting in a visually engaging way.
Mural is hands down the most versatile visual communication tool available today. What I love the most is that I can use the tool every day and that its easy enough for most people to get the hang of within a few minutes, allowing anyone to interact in high fidelity.
The one thing I don't like about Mural is that some people aren't pro users—I wish everyone were =) Also wish that MURALs could be a first class object in GSuite's Drive =)
Mural is the corporate version of Miro, it feels sluggish and uninspiring
Commentaires : It's for online collaboration mostly.
It does what it says on the tin. You can still manage your way around in the app, it's just that it doesn't inspire much in the way Miro does. Templates are unappealing, fonts are unappealing and it takes effort to adjust everything to your own liking, more than it should.
I just really miss using Miro to be honest. Mural has everything Miro has, but in a lesser form. It's like Powerpoint vs Keynote. Powerpoint definitely will get the job done but if you want to have more control or use advanced features you will want to use Keynote. As a designer I miss that in Mural. In that same fashion, Mural also allows you to have more administrative rights over others, just like Powerpoint can force you to use company templates in limited ways.
High efficiency in collecting and arranging members' ideas in an organized manner
Commentaires : Mural helped us a lot by taking advantage of the time of remote meetings and achieving the desired goals, so that we can collect ideas directly from the participants and integrate them into a clear, arranged and agreed upon scheme.
Mural is one of the best whiteboards, as it is responsive, so we can participate remotely to complete the scheme that we are working on preparing very smoothly. I greatly appreciate the ready-made templates that Mural provides, as they give us advanced resources and ideas that help us be creative by implementing what we need during the brainstorming stage, or when planning work programs. I really appreciate the many formatting options and also the colors that we can add to the text boxes and the different shapes. It's great how Mural can see the edits that a member has made, and also how we can vote whether or not to approve them.
Not many negatives, as the Mural interface is very intuitive and easy to use, but since the members involved in preparing a chart do not have the same ability to format shapes and texts as required, this leads to double effort when formatting the agreed chart in its final form.
Good, but not made for designers
Mural is pretty good and usable, but there are some limitations for certain people/workflows. It’s definitely tailored toward people who host workshops, retros, etc., so if you’re doing that, I think Mural will be perfect for you. It’s got an integrated timer and tons of templates you can choose from. Oh! And I appreciate whoever’s idea it was to name every single color. :)
Making a table or grid is impossible. I use Mural mostly for sharing copy-related work so there’s a lot of text heavy stuff I need to write in there. Making my own table takes so much time (is the connection tool technically the line tool????) but that’s the best way for me to organize info a lot of the time. Also frustrating is double-clicking and creating a sticky note instead of a text box. If there was a way to change this default option, it would save me a LOT of time. Infinite Canvas is a great addition but can we lower the opacity on the dot grid? It is very loud.
It helps teams work together more efficiently to achieve their goals.
Commentaires : My overall experience with Mural has been great. Mural has enabled our team to collaborate more efficiently and effectively. We are able to visually brainstorm, plan, and organize ideas in an engaging and intuitive way. Mural has helped us to break down complex projects into manageable tasks and communicate ideas more clearly. Additionally, Mural has allowed us to bring stakeholders into the process and get their input in a much faster and more efficient manner. The benefits we have realized are increased productivity, better communication, and improved collaboration.
The most impactful feature of the Mural software is its ability to facilitate remote collaboration and communication. The user interface is simple and intuitive, making it easy for users of all skill levels to get started. The integration with existing business processes was also quite easy, allowing us to smoothly transition our workflow to the new platform. Additionally, the variety of templates available for brainstorming and visualizing ideas was quite helpful.
The biggest cons of Mural is that it can be difficult to use if you are not familiar with the product. The interface is not very intuitive and can be confusing at times. Additionally, while Mural offers integration with some existing business processes, the integration is not comprehensive and can be difficult to set up. Finally, there are some features that are missing from Mural that would be beneficial to have, such as the ability to export data or collaborate on documents with multiple users.
Excellent tool for ideation and collaborative processes
Commentaires : At the top of the tools that I use for collaborative process. I compare with other tools as Miro and Lucidchart and Mural is the best for far.
The tool includes many functionalities to share ideas and customize boards for almost any king of collaborative process (Design Thinking, Agile Ceremonies, Kanban boards, etc).
Maybe simplicity of the tools, when you are using the tool for a long time and get familirez with it, you going to need some strongest functionalities ir order to cover more ideas that come to you during the creation of boards.
Excellent planning tool - a bit challenging online collaboration
Commentaires : Overall, the sessions we have used Mural were very productive and in some cases we were provided with insight (from the guides) that would not be part of our original options. This is an excellent feature that elevates our performance.
1. Many templates and guides to use out of the box - excellent! 2. A team can be introduced / onboarded easily, especially with the self-explanatory guides
1. The app is heavy for online collaboration when there is an issue with limited bandwidth for example
Alternatives envisagées : Creately
Pourquoi choisir Mural : We wanted to use a visual collaboration tool with many options/templates to accommodate different needs within the same app.
Logiciel antérieur : Notion
An excellent team collaboration and brainstorming platform
Commentaires : Despite some of the functionality having an additional learning curve, Mural serves as an excellent way for remote teams (and even teams just wanting a more 'digital' brainstorming experience) to collaborate.
I love how easy Mural makes the process of visual 'mind-mapping' among remote co-workers. If we want to do an exercise, for example, that requires virtual 'sticky-notes' for brainstorming process improvements, Mural facilitates this process seamlessly.
Mural does take a little time to get up to speed on using it. You can definitely jump right in on some of the basic features, but to use some of its more advanced features (keyboard shortcuts, for example), it will take some time to learn them.
Highly Improved Visual Communication
Brainstorming has never been easier. The learning curve is quite simple. Really love how I can customize my workspace according to my preferences, easy set-up, and plus the templates provided really stand out.
As far as I have been using it, I don't recall ever having any problems with Mural. I'd highly recommend it to a lot of people.
A fun way to collaborate
Commentaires : Using Mural allows ideas to flow easily, really effective in brainstorming. You just put in ideas via sticky notes or place text in shapes or photos then members can organize them the way they want to. Definitely it is a fresh way of exploring creativity within the team.
Mural makes collaboration enjoyable as you can be creative on how your boards would look like. Your board for today's design thiking can be transformed to a fresher more creative layout the next day. Truly, sky is the imit with Mural!
The flexibility it brings when it comes to real-time updates especially for multiple users make the board a bit unorganized which is why locking objects should be easily accesible anytime and keyboard shortcuts should be presented easily in tutorials.
Nothing else like it!
My organization is new to visual thinking, design thinking and collaborative decision making. Mural has been a powerful driver of cultural change. They are constantly on the leading edge of how you can get more from their model and their platform. If you do any design thinking or want to make decisions transparently and quickly...get Mural now.
Its more than whiteboarding - it's about thinking out loud!
Mural is a powerful collaboration tool that can be mistaken as a "virtual whiteboard". Which it is. But doing any collaborative decision making, doing any kind of design thinking, with remote teams is so much better with Mural than any other collaboration tool (webex, teams, etc).
Sometimes, for some users, there is a slight learning curve. So make sure for those users who are new to the tool, give them some prep work - create a Playground for them and be very intent on how you lock down the Mural so reduce any confusion they might have.
The digital whiteboard for the 21st century
Commentaires : Mural has helped our organization up the collaborative and interactive quotient to virtual meetings. It functions similarly to a whiteboard, but in the digital space. No more taking pictures of notes and trying to digitize them later. We just work directly in Mural and can even screenshare to see the space developing and growing in real-time. It helps us organize and align our thoughts as a team, while providing an artifact for later reference.
Mural is the thing you don't think you need and resist paying for or trying because you just don't need one more digital tool in your life and workflow. Until you experience it and realize you were so wrong. It's the one tool you actually can't live without. The concept is simple: a free space to create with a simple range of options (mostly text boxes and post-it notes). Think of it like a digital whiteboard. Then try to imagine life and meetings without a physical whiteboard. Exactly.
The range of options for what you can add to a Mural is somewhat limited, but that's a key part of its success. Having too many options would be paralyzing. Once you master the basic controls and options, the sky is the limit for what you can do. Lots of templates are available to help you get started or inspire you with what others have done and the Mural team is always offering support and webinars to help you explore the tool more deeply. One thing that has frustrated new users is getting the hang of controls especially if you are using on a computer (mouse vs trackpad controls are a bit different). But that is easily solved if you can get over your initial discomfort and commit to learning something new.
Slick whiteboard option on paid plan
Commentaires : Overall, Mural was the best digital whiteboard experience I had, but I had to look for alternatives due to the issue with the trial period. I think that the other players in this space are catching up with Mural so that now I'm a customer of another tool.
The software works really well. Even when collaborating with many other users simultaneously, the "Facilitation Superpowers" are a convenient set of tools.
I started using Mural on the trial version, and when the trial expired, they locked me out. I had to contact the support team, which gave me a few more days to export a PDF version of my murals. They claim to have a "free forever" version now. But I haven't tested it yet.
Drive decision making and engage your audience
I’ve used Mural for over 2 years now to run remote workshops with groups of up to 15 participants. My clients really love it! The best thing about it in my view is that you can build from independent work to group exercises and discussions and using brainstorming and the voting tool to drive decision making and action. I also like that you can invite people to collaborate with you without them having to pay for membership. I’m the Mural expert at my organisation, I’ve created a short course covering all the things people typically want to know about using the tool all Ng with some best practice tips: [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN]
The only thing that used to bug me about Mural was the fact that you couldn’t identify participants who joined as visitors (one time collaborators appear as anonymous animals). I noticed recently that visitors can now add their name which is really useful.I expect this change came from Mural user feedback, they do seem to develop the features over time.
Simple - Visual - Powerful
Commentaires : Mural is the most intuitive and creative ideation software I have come across. No idea can hide if you get your organization on-board. There are low barriers to learning the tool so it is an easy sell.
It's a virtual design studio on your computing device (yeah I said that).
There have been occasions where I ran out of canvas on multi-day design events. The new, larger ideation space has largely fixed that.
The new platform for thinking and making, together.
Commentaires : It's transforming the way I work and collaborate
I love creating, consuming and using templates for remote workshops. It's like doing software design, but with super direct and immediate, authentic feedback.
I dislike helping new users learn how to use it
Great collaboration tool
Commentaires : Once you use regularly you will find it is a product that is constantly involving and that they are learning from their users and thinking about how they can improve the product. I think it is a tool worth trying.
Mural is a great tool for agile teams that work remotely, we´ve started using it in this context of COVID-19 and it helps us overcome the challenges of not being able to work and communicate face to face. I love the concept of having the free space to create and share ideas in real time.
It might take some time to get used to the tool and to understand this is not a replacement for a real whiteboard, this is something different. Some of the people from my team were really exited when interacting at the first time but some of them weren´t so as a leader may be hard to get everyone on board.
Great for training purposes!
Commentaires : It is a great experience with this tool, I've participated in a lot of trainings and meetings where this tool is used, and sessions always become very proactive among the participants.
The way we can interact everyone at the same time in one single view. I like the way it can be used for training purposes and keep the collaborative environment, specially for virtual trainings or meetings if you are in a call, the Mural can be used to interact a lot in a visual way.
The price. Personally I see the price a little bit expensive for a single person (for example, for an entrepeneur), but I think is a company buys a license I think the company will see the price affordable.
It's been particularly handy through 2020's remote work
Commentaires : Especially given the high amounts of remote work happening right now, it's been a very valuable tool to replace our traditional meeting room's whiteboards when we're doing things like planning out wireframes and architecture for our websites and digital tools. It's been a staple in very many meetings that would not have gone so smoothly or collaboratively without Mural. Highly recommended!
I love the intuitive nature of the tool. The interface is super clean, and it works primarily through simple drag-and-drop. It took me all of a matter of 5 minutes to feel like I knew the tool. Of course, you can then star to dig deeper, left to discover various templates to assist you with various kinds of meetings and board demands.
There's really not much to not like. The pricing plan is easy to understand, and it is competitive compared to the other tools we looked at. I've also had coworkers and clients with varying levels of technical expertise working in it with no issues. There's even a trial you can sign up for to make sure it is what you are looking for.
Great tool for cross-team meetings between engineering/business facing departments
Commentaires : Really instrumental to one of our recent product feature launches (I work for a SaaS company), and definitely helped unite all the teams working on the initiative.
Especially during Covid-19 remote work, this tool has been really valuable in giving the feel of "whiteboarding" that you would get from in-person meetings, only virtually. It enables everyone to contribute and makes meetings more interactive. In my personal experience, it's been a great way to unite our Customer Success / Product / Developer teams for new feature launch plans so that everyone has visibility into next steps for the project, as well as a means of providing feedback.
While I really like the zoom-in function (our team used it to "privately" write feedback suggestions in our own "space" by zooming in during a meeting, after which everything was compiled) it can be a little disorienting / easy to zoom too far in and get lost in the sheet. Very very minor suggestion.
Mural is *the place* for collaboration
Commentaires : I love it. It has always helped my clients in numerous ways.
For all of my creative brainstormers, Mural is the place to kick off new and existing product development. I love that Mural offers different templates for people to get started from where they are. The templates help those with a learning curve move quicker, and then that SME is able to help the team start using the software and not feel intimidated.
I can't think of a single thing I dislike about Mural. It's easy, efficient, and has been around for a long time.
Very nice but alternatives are also good and cheaper
Commentaires : I was an user of Mural for ca. 1year (on weekly basis). We worked in a group of 7-12 persons. It was a good piece of sofware for mind mapping and whiteboarding, especially if you need simultanous work of users in a group. We used Skype as a communication channel during our remote work and this duo worked fine, even in low bandwidth internet speed (<5Mbps)
+ Clean interface, smooth work even on older PC/Browser. + Intuitive + Great support for larger teams in mind mapping/whideboarding
- Too expensive if compared to competitors