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Is there any way to import boards from Mural?

  • 29 May 2020
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Is there any way to import boards from Mural into Miro? Interested in switching/ migrating from Mural to Miro, but have been using Mural for a while and would obviously like to keep that work. Has anyone made the switch? Any other advice?

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Best answer by Jonatan Wentzel 2 June 2020, 14:12

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Hi @Andrew Constable not that we know of. From colleagues who are running both Mural and Miro (for back up for instance), they are re-creating templates/elements in either Mural or Miro as there's no "template transfer" option.

Thanks 

it’s a shame that you can’t transfer. It’s just as a back up and also certain organisations prefer Miro due to enhanced security etc. 

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@Deuce Cruse -

While it might be possible to import some of the text content or use copy & paste to migrate some images, unless there is a common export/import file format between the two platforms, this wouldn’t be possible. 

It would be a good competitive advantage for Miro to provide such a migration capability to incent existing Mural users to switch platforms so I’d suggest adding it as a Wish List topic here: https://community.miro.com/wish-list-32

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I added a wish list topic. Please upvote :D

https://community.miro.com/wish-list-32/import-mural-board-951

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Quick Google pulled this up: http://weloveboards.co/

Appears to be a Mural / Miro migration tool and/or board migration services.

As of today (Sep 16 2022), the WeLoveBoard website reads:

We have decided to focus on other projects, but we did not want to leave you empty-handed.

Please use the light version of our board migration tool free of charge.

But there's only a miro to mural migration tool button, not the other way around (Mural to Miro)

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@dS VG That’s right. I ended WLB and it was not an easy thing to do. If any one out there would like to join me in resurrecting it, I would be very much interested in it.

We’ll need some technical and business chops.

Cheers,

Jess

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