50 – Mural


A digital workspace for visual collaboration

Website: www.mural.co
Cost: Paid plans
Availability: Online

Rankings in the previous surveys: 

2021: 35 2020: 66 2019: – 2018: – 2017: – 2016: – 2015: – 2014: –
2013: – 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –

Comments on Mural in 2022

“We use it for our project meetings about new e-Learning modules” Victor Labastide, E-Learning Consultant, France

“When I was designing my escape room project, I used Mural for a variety of functions. I outlined the scope and plan on a project canvas. A planner canvas helped me outline my assumptions and assessments. And the flow charts were invaluable in organizing the steps and order of the puzzles and quizzes involved in the game.” Lauran Kerr-Heraly, History Professor, USA

Previous comments on Mural

“A powerful, large-scale whiteboard with many possible usage scenarios. Provide enough time for users to get acquainted with it.” Andrea Ghoneim, eDeveloper & support for digital teaching, Austria, 2021

“Mural is used in brainstorm sessions we organize” Director L&D, Netherlands, 2021

“Mural, like Miro, is a great tool for collaborative learning and modeling of processes or products. Great for formative learning and assessment, though I would put Miro above it in terms of usability and features.” Lee Lewis, Senior Digital Learning Coordinator, UK, 2021

“The mural is a collaboration app for my students’ brainstorming and mind-mapping. I use it to make virtual canvases and whiteboards where a team of students can draw, add notes, pin images and files, and otherwise interact with one another in real-time.” Majlinda Qosja, teacher, Albania, 2021

“Although is paid-for, it is TOTALLY INCREDIBLE and easy, and useful, and amazing” Andressa, Entrepreneur, Brazil, 2020

“a digital workspace for visual collaboration: creating canvasses and moodboard with students or participants” Marie-Louise Kok, Digital Learning Specialist, Netherlands, 2020

“For training, workshops, online engagement opportunities.” Researcher and trainer, South Africa, 2020

“for brainstorms” Joitske Hulsebosch, Adviser Online Learnng, The Netherlands, 2020

Quick Guide to Mural

Here you will find basic guidance and links on how to use Mural for teaching, training, learning and development.

Mural enables teams to think and collaborate visually to solve important problems. Mural’s speed and ease of use in creating diagrams, means it is popular in design thinking and agile methodologies, as well as tools to facilitate more impactful meetings and workshops.

Here’s a video showing you how to use Mural for online collaboration.

Here are some simple ways to make remote work meetings awesome

Further resources

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