1. Learning curve: MURAL has a learning curve for users who are new to the platform. It may take time for individuals to become familiar with its features, interface, and navigation. Training or onboarding sessions may be necessary to ensure team members can effectively utilize the platform.
  2. Complexity for large projects: While MURAL is effective for small to medium-sized projects, it may become more complex and challenging to manage in large-scale projects. As the number of elements, collaborators, and interactions increases, it may be difficult to maintain organization and navigate through the workspace.
  3. Dependence on internet connectivity: MURAL is a cloud-based platform, so it relies on a stable internet connection. Limited or unreliable internet access can disrupt real-time collaboration and hinder the team’s ability to work seamlessly within the platform.
  4. Limited offline access: MURAL is primarily an online tool, and offline access to the platform and its content is limited. This can be a limitation for individuals who need to work on their projects or access information within MURAL when they are offline or have limited internet connectivity.
  5. Design limitations: While MURAL offers a variety of templates, shapes, and features to create visual content, it may have limitations compared to specialized design tools. Advanced graphic design capabilities, complex vector manipulation, or sophisticated typography controls may not be as robust as in dedicated design software.
  6. Pricing: MURAL’s pricing structure may be a limitation for some users or organizations. The platform offers different pricing plans, including free and premium options. Depending on the needs of the team and the desired features, the cost of using MURAL may be a factor to consider.
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