It’s easy to transform the output of product planning and strategy work with MURAL into epics, stories, and tasks in Jira without transcribing a single sticky note. Use one of our new Agile templates to explore solutions, understand dependencies, and prioritize work visually — and then get to work even quicker. Everything from backlog refinement to sprint planning will be more productive and even fun when you connect MURAL and Jira Cloud.
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We’ve redesigned the dashboard (aka the MURAL app home screen) to make it quick and easy to find your murals. The updated UI displays rows of helpful views: recently opened, favorites, and recently modified. Plus, you’ll now see the “Create Mural” button in a more prominent sidebar location.
Connect with your peers, spark discussions, and discover game-changing ideas in a space built for imagination and collaboration. Leave the MURAL team a feature request, ask for template recommendations, or share tips for facilitating an online workshop.
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The look and feel of the MURAL platform has been modernized to help us become more inclusive and accessible. We made the UI brighter with a lighter color theme, as well as enhanced readability and usability through increased contrast and whitespace and improved text styling. The updates also help build a foundation for further accessibility enhancements.
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You can now see how many sticky notes of a certain background color are available in a mural. This complements the ability to filter by background color, allowing you to see which sticky note colors are used from most to least. Access this filter by selecting the magnifying glass icon in the upper right toolbar in a mural, or using the keyboard shortcut of ‘ctrl + F’.
🔎 Tip from MURALista Joeana: Assign each collaborator in a design critique their own color sticky note, then use filtering by color to review each person’s feedback in full.
As always, you can find a complete rundown of new releases, bug fixes, and product updates in our changelog.