The MURAL App for Zoom enables video meeting participants to brainstorm, prototype, and iterate ideas visually in real time with digital sticky notes, drawings, diagrams, images, and more.
MURAL, the leading provider of digital workspaces for guided visual collaboration in the enterprise, has released the MURAL App for Zoom to make video meetings more productive, engaging, and playful, adding a new visual dimension to collaboration. Now, it’s possible to share a MURAL digital canvas during a Zoom Meeting where all meeting attendees—even without a MURAL account—can collaborate in real time with digital sticky notes, drawings, diagrams, images, and more. Meeting leaders can leverage MURAL’s Facilitation Superpowers™ features and hundreds of pre-made templates to increase participation, drive decision making, and build camaraderie and connection.
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“Teams around the world use Zoom to connect face-to-face and MURAL to guide visual collaboration during meetings. This way, teams get the most out of their time spent working together,” said Mariano Suarez-Battan, CEO and Co-founder of MURAL.
MURAL is an official launch partner for Zoom Apps, a new type of in-product integration that allows apps to be used seamlessly during a Zoom Meeting. Zoom Apps are easily shared with other attendees to facilitate collaboration and engagement. The MURAL App for Zoom does not require a login or registration when shared with meeting attendees.
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Ross Mayfield, product lead for Zoom Apps & Integrations, shared, “We’re excited to have an innovative leader in the collaboration space like MURAL as a launch partner. MURAL’s integration provides a straightforward way to enhance collaboration in Zoom meetings. We look forward to how MURAL can help our customers boost productivity by improving meetings.”
Once everyone on a video meeting has a chance to contribute their ideas and insights in a visual way, brainstorming, planning, retrospectives, design sprints, client collaboration, and other impactful activities all become richer experiences. Teams speed up understanding, alignment, and ultimately, innovation.
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