💡Feature Idea: Pull Planning - Objects need to rotate in the iOS App (Ipad)

edited September 2021 in Feature Ideas

We have a project coming up that we would like to leverage Mural to schedule. One of our primary techniques for this is Pull Planning, unfortunately one of the key features is being able to rotate your stick notes. In pull planning rotating your tag identifies different things, such as the activity is late, held up , etc... My request is to add the rotate function on the iOS app (Ipad) to allow us to pull plan as a group within the app.

Thank You,


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  • I agree Cory this feature is highly needed in order to be successful in using this program.

  • Agreed - I love being able to access my MURALs via iOS, and wish there was more robust functionality regarding those sticky notes! 🤓

  • I can't tell you how many times I've opened the iPad during meetings and wished this was one of the functions for the notes.

  • This would really increase the opportunity to use Mural! Thanks for this request, Cory.

  • Agus
    Agus Mural Team mod

    Hey everyone. We are working on new versions of our iPad, iPhone, and Android apps. In this new version, you will be able to do what you are asking for.

    Stay tuned

  • Christina
    Christina ✭✭✭✭

    @Agus This is great to know. In the classroom, groups are mixed about half tablets and laptops, with a few students only having smart phones as tech, and this can make using Mural in person ineffective for some participants - every time, there are hands going up to let me know they cannot do this or that on their device.

    The education sector may not be the only one where we cannot always control what kinds of devices people have, so providing consistent functionality across them is key.

    Mural improved my classes so much during the online period that I really want to deepen use during in-person teaching. It is an amazing tool for enhancing inclusivity as you can design for 100% participation in so many ways. Equal accessibility across devices will ensure that no one is excluded, whether in or out of the classroom.