In September, we launched a new MURAL App for Microsoft Teams, folders, enhanced find filters, and new problem-solving templates from Intuit. Read on for more.
Our new integration with Microsoft Teams means one place for everything your team needs to make collaboration more successful. One of the most exciting features is the ability to add a mural to a live video meeting — this is different from just sharing your screen so everyone sees the same thing; now, everyone in your live meeting can collaborate together in real time with the “share to stage” functionality.
👉 Want more information? I walk through all of the features in this blog post.
👉 Ready to get started? Check out our setup guide.
This was a top request from our community! Now all members on a paid workspace can create folders (and sub-folders) in any open or private room for better organization and quicker navigation back to in-progress murals. Your folders and sub-folders will have the same access and permissions as the room they’re nested in — so all folders in a private room will be limited to collaborators with room access.
📁 Click here for more workspace organization best practices from MURAL’s success architects.
We’ve been rolling out enhancements to find all year, and here’s the latest: find objects by the collaborator who last edited them. Inside of the find panel, you can now select any collaborator and search or filter for objects that were last edited by that person. Want to focus only on the recent feedback or ideas from your boss? Filter by their name to see only their sticky notes, shapes, and text boxes.
Locate the find icon (it looks like a magnifying glass) on the top right corner of any mural. You can also use the CTRL + F (or CMD + F) shortcut to quickly open the search bar. Combine the filters to help identify patterns and get the most powerful results.
🔎 See why find is an underrated tool for visual collaboration with this blog post from MURALista Gino that includes a video walkthrough and step-by-step tips for using find.
Intuit is on the blog sharing a Design for Delight methodology for bringing customer obsession together with design thinking. These four templates help you build deep customer empathy, go broad in seeking possible solutions, and then use rapid experimentation and data to ultimately land on a solution.