I’m just getting started with Miro on Windows. Where is the text, sticky notes, etc. saved?
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Even though there is a local client for Windows or Mac OS, Miro is a cloud-based platform so all your board data is stored in their data centers.
You do have the ability to download a backup copy of your board to your computer which will give you a file containing all the board’s objects and configuration data.
Good to know I can download a backup copy. If I need to I assume I can then upload it to my Windows app?
Although Miro seems like a company that will be around a while, I don’t want to lose my data if the company craters.