I use mind maps every day. I discuss their uses for writers in this article, Mind Maps for Writers: Get Inspired, Get Organized, and Make Money | Angela Booth’s Fab Freelance Writing Blog:
“Mind maps help you to track clients, projects, and your writing.
For example, you make notes when you’re speaking with a client, and by the time you’re half way through the project you have notes on your computer, on sticky notes, and on your phone.
Corral your project notes onto a mind map. Once the map becomes too big to take in at a glance, print it out. Cross off items as you complete them.”
Strictly speaking, Murally isn’t a mind mapping app; it’s an open canvas for thoughts and ideas.
You can work on your content on alone, or you can share with others. All of your new idea maps are public by default; you can make them private if you wish.