There’s a new organizational tool in your MURAL workspace: folders. Create folders in any open or private room for better organization and quicker navigation back to that brainstorm for your big quarterly project you were working on yesterday.
This was a top request in the MURAL Community, where we’re always listening for feedback and new ideas. Special shout out to Nico for sharing a clearly-defined problem statement: “In a perfect world my team and I are always able to easily access any artifact or working document we need immediately.” We want that world for you, Nico!
Use folders as a file system within your team rooms or project rooms. The folders and sub-folders will have the same access and permissions as the room — so all folders in a private room will be limited to collaborators with room access. Learn more about folder permissions and access in the support document.
I asked some of my colleagues how they keep organized across internal projects, member projects, and even personal projects (yes, we have several MURAListas currently doing interior design and wedding seating charts on murals). Here were the tips:
Generally, we see members using folders to organize murals in a room by project, timeframe, or mural use case (such as brainstorms, project plans, design sprints, Agile ceremonies, etc.).
In the near future, we’ll be adding more ways to make murals and templates easier for you to discover, find, and share.
All members with paid workspaces now have access to folders. If you’re collaborating in a free workspace, you’ll want to upgrade to access organizational and security features like private rooms and folders.