Murmurs, a feature introduced in Mingle 3.0, adds new team collaboration capabilities by enabling users to capture ambient data which occurs in day-to-day conversations that would otherwise be lost in space forever. Murmurs enables Mingle users a means to associate once lost conversations to project artifacts, centralizing and archiving contextually relevant data.
In this video, see how Murmurs:
- Extends existing team collaboration capabilities with "IM chat meets Twitter-like" functionality.
- Captures ambient data that comes out of day-to-day conversations and associate them to project- and artifacts; making contextually relevant data available for the whole team when it is needed. Without Murmurs these conversations would otherwise be lost.
- Improves team collaboration by allowing members to capture and associate previously uncaptured discussions within projects and associate them to specific artifacts.
- Provides improvements in traceability by centralizing unstructured communications so any team member can easily see what’s going on or the historical context of a given card or artifact. If your neighboring paired programmers gets laid-off, no worries their history of work and its context are automatically archived.