The beauty of MURAL is that it can adapt to fit your collaboration needs. With a wide range of interactive features, you can take your team’s idea-making to the next level. Read on to learn more about how MURAL works and to see it in action.


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What is MURAL?

MURAL is a digital workspace that leverages visual collaboration to help every member of your team unlock ideas and solve problems together. Visual collaboration can level the playing field for distributed teams because it levels the playing field to ensure everyone’s voice is heard.

Our visual thinking canvas adds a new dimension to collaboration with some key features:

With these, you and your collaborators can convey your thoughts and ideas in the way that works best for you. Now, meetings that might otherwise feel unengaging or unproductive can be interactive, collaborative, and even fun!

We offer MURAL as a web app and also have several native apps for iOS, Android, and more. For more details, read our technical requirements article.

We also know that every team has different needs when it comes to collaboration. So, various MURAL plans are available—including free plans! To see a breakdown of each plan and what it offers, head to our pricing page.

Note: MURAL is continuously releasing new features to amplify your collaboration opportunities. Check out our changelog for updates. And as always, if you have any questions, reach out to our Customer Support team.


Live demo

Still looking for more information? Sign up for one of our weekly webinars to see MURAL in action. These sessions cover:

  • Getting up and running.

  • Adding and formatting content.

  • Collaborating with others.

  • Using templates and frameworks.

You’ll also have the chance to see sample murals to spark your own inspiration, and you’ll have a MURAL expert on hand to answer any questions you may have!

If you don’t have time to attend a webinar (or are looking for information now!), check out one of the pre-recorded videos below:

English walkthrough

Spanish walkthrough

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