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I recently held a pro-bono session in Miro with random people, using a free account and shared the board’s link with editing rights to anyone who had the link. One of the invited later came back to me and explained that they didn’t want to access the board because of the below message. In steps they: 1. Clicked the link I had shared with them 2. Landed on the sign in page 3. They provided their work email (big corporate email) 4. They landed on this screen: How should I handle these cases, I guess the information is provided not by Miro, but by an external party, probably the IT department controlling the email domain that was used? Needless to say, this will definately not improve adoption rates of users… :)
Today I was hosting a MIRO session with 13 participants. I mailed everybody a link to the session, but one participant, and one only , ended up in a wrong session/on another board. Closing down the browser and doing it all over didn’t solve the problem. What to do? Here are two problems: 1: One of my participants can’t join the board 2: If one of my participants can join a foreign board, others can join my board. And I don’t want that to happen. Ever.
Hello, I am confused with the pricing - and VERY thankfull for help :-) Next week I want to work with a team of 17 participants with miro - so I feel under time pressure ;-) Which licence do I need, in order to conduct workshops with up to 30 (or more) participants with my clients (I am a consultant)? > What ist the diference between members and users? > can “commenters” (vs. “editors”) ad sticky notes and post their input? Or can they just comment? > does “monthly payment” go along with being able to quit monthly also? Thanks al lot in advance Regina
Hi, I’ve seen some similar posts, but I am still a bit confused. I am new to the Free plan, and am running a workshop with about 20 people who have never used Miro. I tried to invite a couple folks to test my board, but they never got the invite. (I sent invite via the Share button on the board). Do they have to have accounts already for me to be able to invite them? How do I invite them to my board? This is a group who have never even heard of Miro. Do I need to purchase a day pass for the participants? Thanks. I feel like I’m missing something super obvious. I’d love to use Miro for the workshop.
Hi All - I created a board under one team and I’m trying to move it to another team. I think I should be able to do it with the “Move accounts” menu item in the three dot drop down but when I activate the drop down that menu item isn’t there. Anyone got any ideas...this is currently driving me a bit nutty as moving a board between two teams should be an easy thing to do.
I have created various items in the Mind Map mode, but I would like to unlink one of the items and link it to a different item. E.g., in the attached screenshot, how do I unlink “grandchild 2” from “child 1” and link it to something else (e.g., to “child 2” or to “mother” or to “grandchild 1”)?
Hi everyone - I’d like to run a remote workshop session with around 20 people next week. I am on the Team plan with just 5 seats. If I invite participants to the board for the session, will I be charged the $10 per user prorated per the time they have been on the board or is there an option to get them join for free? Thank you
Hi all, I’m experiencing a repeated failure of “Save as Image” function on my Windows laptop. Once I’ve created a frame and choose Save as, a pop-up window briefly appears, it says ((modal.config.caption)), then changes to the usual Export pop-up window. However, the export doesn’t happen. Everything freezes until I reset the app. Couldn’t find how to contact tech support. Any suggestions?
As everyone enjoyed sharing with anonymous gues editors, this feature doesn’t work for me since this week (Since around Monday 18 May 2020). The description of the feature is here https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012524559-Collaboration-with-Anonymous-Guest-Editors and it worked as stated. But this week, after noticeable UI update (still kudos to the team!) my sharing screen has changed to this: Does anyone else experience the same problems? Any idea what to do with that? I really need to share a board with my workshop participants :-(
Hi Everyone! Happy Friday As some of you may be already aware of, the product team just rolled out a new feature called Grids. It’s a new widget that helps to organize content. I’m looking for some inspiration on how to implement it in my own workflow. Have any of you tried it out? I’d love to share some ideas here. More info on Grids can be found on our blog post - Introducing Miro Grids!
Hi, I’m currently designing a workshop for a client. We will have 50 participants divided into 10 groups. Should I create one board per team or have everyone in the same board? I’m not so sure I get the added value of both options Thank you so much for your help, Regards
hi all - i have a consulting package, did a quick road test today and it appears that: when i hit present, it doesn’t change guest editors screens to watch the presentation, and although i have the chat function on the lower menu, the guest editors don’t, so effectively chat doesn’t work… very grateful for any ideas!
I’m facilitating a brainstorming session for a non-profit and am considering using Miro. My thought was to upgrade to Team plan and let them in as guest editors. The problem is that none of the 20 participants have used it, so I’m hesitant to introduce a new tool. What’s the best way to get non-users up to speed in a week? Or should I not force it at this time?
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