Has anyone created a VSM in MURAL?

Hello Everyone

As digital workplaces are more common nowadays and MURAL is one of them. MURAL is a digital workspace that helps distributed teams think and collaborate visually. MURAL enables innovative distributed teams to work better together by providing a shared canvas space where everyone can contribute ideas, give feedback and visualize outcomes. With MURAL, team members can see each other's contributions in real-time, regardless of location. This makes it easy for distributed teams to stay on the same page and move projects forward. I have a few questions about MURAL. I hope this platform will help me get my answer. Thanks in Advance!

Has anyone created a VSM in MURAL?

Is there any easy way to "convert" an MS WhiteBoard into a Mural?

I am trying to access Mural from my Galaxy Tab using Chrome and I get redirected to the (read-only) Android App. Is there any way to bypass this?

How do I stop elements from getting auto-glued while dragging?

Is it possible to integrate Mural as 3D in my VR app?

Do you use MURAL together with PowerPoint/Google Slides?

Where can I find MURAL coupon codes? Is there any deal available?


  • Hello Everyone

    Last week I posted about digital workspace Mural. I got a lot of positive feedback, and many of you were interested in learning more. So I searched Google and found some more information. Here I am sharing all the information that I have gathered about Mural.

    1) Many people have created Value Stream Maps (VSM) in Mural. A VSM is a graphical representation of the flow of materials and information needed to deliver a product or service from suppliers through to customers. It provides an overview of the entire process and makes it easier to identify areas where improvements can be made.

    2) Yes, there is! Mural has a feature called the Whiteboard Importer that allows you to take an existing MS Whiteboard and quickly transform it into a Mural. You can import images, text, and shapes from your MS Whiteboard into your new mural. The process is easy and intuitive — all you have to do is open the Whiteboard Importer, select your MS Whiteboard, and click “Import.” From there, you can make any tweaks or edits to your mural before sharing it with others in your team.

    3) Yes, you can bypass this. Mural offers a web version of the platform, which can be accessed from any device, including your Galaxy Tab. Go to mural.co and log in with your credentials to access the web version of Mural on your device. You should then have full access to all of Mural's features and the ability to create, edit, share and collaborate with your team.

    4) When dragging an element around the canvas, Mural will automatically try to glue it to another element if they come into close contact. To prevent this from happening, you can hold down the "Shift" key while dragging the element - this will disable auto-glue and allow you to freely move your elements without fear of them being stuck together.

    5) Integrating Mural as a 3D experience in your VR app is possible. With the help of Immersive Hub, you can use the capabilities of WebVR with Mural to create and share virtual reality experiences. The integration will allow users to explore and collaborate in an immersive environment through personal headsets or even entire rooms. Immersive Hub also allows developers to easily customize the experience with their own branding, straps, and more. This integration allows users to create visual stories while sharing them in a 3D space.

    6) You can use MURAL with PowerPoint or Google Slides. With MURAL’s collaboration features, you can easily add content from either platform to your MURAL workspace. Not only that, but you can also combine both workspaces to create a more interactive and engaging presentation.

    7) You can find MURAL coupon codes and discounts through various sources. Many websites offer promotional coupons that allow users to save money when purchasing subscriptions or other services through MURAL. Some deals I found are: