I work for a design/build firm, and we use Miro boards to keep track of material suggestions, iterations of construction plans, and different prices for the various iterations. We like to use Miro to share our design ideas, but we don’t want them to see some of the behind the scenes stuff like costs and criticisms. Is there a way to hide what aspects of the board some users can see?
Best answer by Jonathan White
You have a few options as I see it, and they mostly depend on if you let your collaborators make edits to the board, or if they are just viewing the design ideas and not commenting or marking the board up.
- You could use a shape to hide areas of the board you don’t want others to see, lock the shape in place, and then give these users read-only access so they see what you want them to see, but can’t see what is hidden. With read-only access, they won’t be able to unlock or delete any masking shapes that you put in.
- You could duplicate your board, remove what you don’t want others to see, then share that board. This is very easy to do, but it could cause issues in version control if the users make changes to your board, or add comments/requests. However, the users will be able to add their feedback directly on the board.
- You could frame the elements of the board you want to share, export them as jpg or pdf, and share that with the other users. They won’t be able to edit, but can definitely view what has been done to date.
I think those are the best options for you, but the community might have a few others to add! Hope this helps.