Virtual desk top for a group of dreamers to collaborate and innovate
June 30, 2021

Virtual desk top for a group of dreamers to collaborate and innovate

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with MURAL (formerly

MURAL [(formerly] is authorized for use across the organization and is used in various forums. In particular, I've used it as a white board type space for general brainstorming, as well in more structured Design Thinking sessions with both internal and external stakeholders. Most recently we've created some workspaces relative to deriving and cascading Cultural Change content and initiatives throughout the organization, by region and LoB/team.
  • Collaboration space for brainstorming
  • Requirements gathering/definition
  • Design Thinking - innovation
  • Formatting of content - perhaps restricting standards for post-its to be consistent
  • Folder and copy functions confusing -- tutorials would help
  • Templates
  • Concurrent access / editing
  • Grouping/sorting
  • Enabled real-time collaboration/documentation
  • Some view as 'just another tool' -- sort of too much to absorb
Similar from perspective of what I've used them for as of this date.

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General brainstorming and Design Thinking activities are good application areas for MURAL [formerly], in that participants can share ideas and then use the 'table top' to sort and gather them into solutions/concepts that drive to a desired outcome. Similarly can be done as a 'I Like, I Wish' type feedback board that can even remain active/available for follow-on reflection and comment.. perhaps where subsequent events are planned to build upon an initial one.