Mural.ly loves Evernote

This year we are participating in the prestigious competition for developers and application designers; the Evernote Devcup 2013.

We built Mural.ly to fully unleash the imagination of teams of visual people and we know that most of creative teams are already using Evernote to collect and organize their ideas and inspiration.

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Now, you are able to drag and drop Evernote notes onto a mural so you can reuse all the content you’ve clipped and put it into action.

We believe that adding a flexible visual collaboration layer on top of Evernote will enhance creativity and innovation!

How to get started

Open one of your murals or create one from scratch.

Now you want to add notes from past meetings, your own sketches from a whiteboard, ideas you stumbled upon and inspiring clippings from websites that are currently stored in your Evernote account.

In order to do so, once you are inside the mural, you will see the Evernote logo on the left toolbar.
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Click it and fill in the information to connect your Evernote account to Mural.ly.

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You can browse through your Notebooks and use the full power of Evernote search to find exactly THAT note you were looking for. Click on the notes you prefer and drag and drop them onto the mural.

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By right-clicking on a note in the mural you can select to Extract all the images inside  it in order to collaborate visually around your notes or go to the original note in Evernote.

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You can arrange them freely and use Arrows (within the Shapes tab) and Post-its to create new levels of analysis and insights.

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Remember you can invite other members to join the mural using the People link in the header. Being inside a mural feels like being on the same room discussing ideas on a whiteboard with your team.

If Evernote enhances your memory, Evernote + Mural.ly will empower your imagination.

Watch the following video to learn more about the integration:

and try the Evernote integration.

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