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Hi Miro Community,My name’s Ashley and I’m an Events Manager here at Miro. I am excited to invite you all to attend Miro Next, a brand new virtual event where you’ll learn how to empower your hybrid team to do more, together.Join us on May 18th at 8am PT/5pm CEST to jump from “what now?” to “what next” at Miro.At the event, you will be the first to hear all about our new product features, partners and integrations. I can’t share all the details just yet - but let me know in the thread if:You will be tuning in? There is a product feature (or wish list idea!) you are hoping we’ll announce Any questions you might have about the event Cheers,Ashley JenkinsEvents ManagerMiro
Welcome, welcome! We’re thrilled to see all of you at Distributed 2021 this year. Here are some tips and tricks to navigate your experience, please feel free to add to this list, chime in, ask questions or tell us how it’s going! First, everything you need to plan your days will be in the Hopin agenda.*Times will be shown in your local timezone. Choose your “Day 1” start time- you’ll notice we kickoff 19th October at 8am PST, and this 6 hour set will replay 20th October beginning at 8am CEST. This was to ensure that the thought leadership sessions were able to be viewed at times that really worked for you. So no matter where you are in the world, choose the best start time for you! The 20th October “EMEA replay” also includes interpreters for Spanish and Japanese languages. We expect thousands to join in on each day, so whatever day you choose -- you’ll be in good company! Educate to the Max- check out 20th October and 21st October main stage for exclusive Miro Education sessions
Hello wonderful Miro Community, On Wednesday October 7th at 4:00 pm PDT, the next Miro Virtual User Group event for North American will be happening, and this month we are featuring Jed and Sophia Lazar of CozyJuicyReal.Jed and Sophia have created a board game that encourages teamwork and good conversations...ones that are cozy, juicy, and real! What began as a physical board game with cards and playing pieces has now become a virtual activity in Miro. Whether you are interested in ways to build stronger teams and relationships, or if you want to see how this pair of inspiring leaders created a virtual board game that is interactive and visually sophisticated, everyone will be able to take away something they can apply in their lives or at their work.More details are available on the Miro Events website, and you can RSVP to register for this free event with your team or on your own. The networking opportunities and great conversations will lead to some new and lasting connections, so s
It's hard to believe that it has been a year since we started the Virtual Miro User Group (VMUG) events. @Annie and I are very excited to be hosting VMUG 12: Building Shared Understanding Through Visual Collaboration, featuring one of the Miro Community’s top contributors ,@Robert Johnson. If you haven't registered yet for this free 60-minute event on Wednesday, December 2 at 4:00 pm PST, check out this Speaker Spotlight video and then sign up here.We look forward to "seeing" you there! Jon
Hey everyone! Yesterday we had a fun and interactive V-MUG session where we talked about….BRAINS! Okay, well not exactly. @Jeremy Pollack, Solution Principal at Slalom Consulting and Miro’s very own Customer Success Guru, Iris Latour let us in on how their Miro boards encompass an entire project and evolve from planning to ideation to final products all in one commonplace to create a second brain! Check out the video recording! Here are some questions from the V-MUG. Feel free to chime in! How would you characterize your corporate culture - pre-Miro and post Miro - any changes/differences? Two part question, how do you index your ideas and how do you show the relationship between those indexed ideas?
Miro has been an amazing platform for me professionally in the last year. I’ve told some stories in this community about my experience and experiments in using Miro.But now I’d like to invite Miro users in Asia Pacific to share your own Miro discovery, early pains, effective gains and how you are using Miro these days.Experts or novices, all are welcome to share! Remember to let us know where you’re from and I look forward to your Miro stories in this forum.PS. In case you’re not aware, we have a virtual Asia Pacific Miro User meetup group. Do sign up here: https://events.miro.com/apac/
Rachel Davis is a facilitator and workshop experience designer with a soft spot for creative problem-solving. After over a decade of the 9-5 grind, she now runs her own consulting business helping others create workshops, tap into their inner facilitator, and create immersive sessions. Rachel has created over 80 workshops, a combination of both in-person and virtual. Miro is her jam for virtual workshops. Jonathan White is Founder & CEO of Hiro Studios, a facilitator and Miro Experience Designer. Jon and his team work with clients and colleagues all over the world to create amazing Miro Experiences that get audiences excited and engaged. Drawing from his 20+ years of experience as a Lean Consultant, Jon has a natural, warm, and entertaining facilitation style, and an uncanny ability to bring models, tools, and templates to life in Miro. Jon and Rachel are an awesome duo!Through working together, they’ve not found a methodology or approach that can stump Jon (just try us!), so consu
Max Harper is the visual strategist at Refractive, a visual thinking tool consultancy that builds Miro apps and integrations full-time for Miro Marketplace and enterprise clients. About Max’s Distributed ‘22 Session: From data-syncing integrations to collaborative, creative, and analytical tools; come explore the vast potential of Miro apps with Refractive, a visual thinking tool consultancy that builds Miro apps and integrations full-time for Miro Marketplace and enterprise clients. (Session description will be edited t to reflect highlights post session)Ask Max About... Developing Miro apps with Refractive How organizations are using Miro to change the world Spending 1,000 days using Miro His favorite Miro tips and tricks 🔗 Missed Max at Distributed ‘22? Watch his session recording here.💡 Make sure to check out more from Max and his work at Refractive here. Question, comment, and like below👇🏿
Folks - if you’d like to see a demo of our ‘Taming the Scope Creep’ template being applied, join us next Tuesday, May 11th at 5PM PDT. There are some great tools to get your ‘executive edicts’ translated into scope and prioritize that scope so your team truly understands what is expected from them. https://pmgameboard.com/training/free-intro-to-scoping-success-workshop/Here’s the template in the MiroVerse:https://miro.com/miroverse/project-scope/if you want to check it out!
We want to hear from you! Day 1 of Distributed ’22 is underway and we can’t wait to hear which sessions and speakers have inspired you most throughout the day.Use this thread to connect and share your favorite sessions, speakers, quotes, ideas, and any new Miro tricks and tips you’ve learned from day 1👇
Wanted to share our next community V-MUG "Learn a Triad of Agile Techniques With Miro!" with @Kiron Bondale happening Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:00pm PST. It'll be a fun and interactive event catered around learning agile techniques with an informative collaborative element! Whether you are part of an agile team or leading one: This session will teach you how to use Miro to help your team make decisions, size work items in the backlog and understand the many benefits provided by a flow-based delivery approach over a traditional batch-based method. You will work as part of a small team to complete three exercises that you can later adapt for use within your own organization. Click here to RSVP: https://events.miro.com/events/details/miro-noram-presents-learn-a-triad-of-agile-techniques-with-miro/#/ Hope to see you there!
Hi Everyone! Below is our current Miro User Groups event schedule, please join us if you can!: Thursday, May 14th 4:00pm PST: Special Edition NORAM: Creating Wellness in Changing Times Hannah Siddiqui, a motivational speaker and breath work practitioner based in Oakland California, will be leading us in a discussion on wellness. She'll be leading a presentation and AMA style Q&A on how using wellness practices can boost focus, balance and motivation with our work with practical tips in how to incorporate it in our everyday routine. https://events.miro.com/events/details/miro-noram-presents-special-edition-v-mug-creating-wellness-in-changing-times/#/ Wednesday, May 20th 4:00pm PST: NORAM: How Miro Engages Your Team's Cognitive Diversity: An Introduction to Whole Brain Thinking Hear from Kim White, the Director of Organizational Product Management for Herrmann. Learn why engagement matters and how to leverage cognitive diversity within your teams by combining Miro's key fea
Hi Miro Community, Wondering what’s new in the world of Miro?Join us for What’s New, our first quarterly release webinar, hosted by our very own product experts. You’ll find out about our recent releases and how to put them into practice to do your best work. Updates covered in this webinar include:Presentation improvements Diagramming releases New apps and integrations Updates from the Miro Community When? AMER: July 27, 10 am PDT EMEA: July 27, 10 am CET Save your spot now! Hope to see you there! 🙌
Hey Community! Get ready, because Distributed ’22, Miro’s fourth annual end-user, community-focused, community-led conference, is almost here!🔗 To register click hereDistributed ’22 is all about sharing the fresh ideas and creative energy that our community uses daily to drive change around the world. We have an amazing lineup of engaging content and experiences to spark the imagination, encourage dialogue, and connect our vibrant community while showing how the now (and future) of work is more inclusive, creative, and collaborative.Distributed is a global event so there will be plenty of opportunities for attendees to access content on-demand or live, with the ability to participate in interactive sessions ranging from in-depth workshops to exciting, problem-solving games - all in one space! Join Us...Day 1: Everywhere, Nov 15, 2022 8am PST | 9am CST | 5pm CETDay 2: Everywhere, Nov 16, 2022 6am PST | 8am CST | 3pm CET Registration will open on September 19th, 2022. More info coming
Ready to see what's new for you at Miro? Come join our product team on March 8th for our Miro’s What's New product showcase webinar, featuring an in-depth view of our most recent releases. You’ll get to see our top product innovations of the past quarter, straight from our product marketing team. They’ll also present live demos and end the session with a Q&A. Hear from our Product Marketing Team about: Interactive Presentations: Go beyond the same old presentation tools by letting your audience follow and interact with you as you share ideas. Cluster by Keyword: Make faster decisions by analyzing input and identifying similarities in the text of Sticky Notes, clustering them together under keyword titles, giving you a great starting point in your analyses. Product Dev Workflows: With Code Block, you can write and collaborate on code directly within a Miro board. And much more — you'll have to join us to see! Connect with our Community + Win Prizes We’ll be showcasing new Miro
Join us on October 5 for this Miroverse community event! Are you struggling to decide which tools will best empower your team? Are you wondering how to facilitate effectively?Kicking off our Miroverse creator spotlight series is @Richard Kasperowski, the creator behind the Lean Coffee template. Richard is an author, teacher, speaker and coach focused on high-performance teams. During this session Richard will walk us through his Lean Coffee template and show us how and why Lean Coffee is an amazing meeting and workshop tool to facilitate a productive meeting in an innovative and unorthodox way. The power of an agenda-less, lean coffee meeting lies in its format to facilitate dynamic conversations in a small group setting. Grab your spot here!
Join us April 22nd for ATX Virtual Miro User Group: Moms Making It Work From Home. We’ll have an amazing panel of mothers who work remotely and now have kids at home all day due to school closings because of recent events. We’ll touch on various topics, such as Setting expectation with work and family Supporting your kids’ needs Managing as a single parent ...and finding the silver lining in it all Panelist: Jerra Murphy from GM Danya Keach from Upwork Megan Pinchback from Dyslexia on Deman Tanya Junell from Blue Label Labs Moderator: @Brittni from Miro Though we’re based in Austin, TX, anyone worldwide is welcome to join in on the conversation! RSVP Today: https://events.miro.com/e/m5wppq/
hi there! I am pedro, talking directly from RIO, brazil. I am an independent designer and facilitator, but most of all, I am a proud father of a wonder-girl - the most sparkling and innovative experience of my life. I've been using miro since 2019 and, now, I make miro boards even to fix a coffee. participating in the miro advisory panel, I have experienced more and more the power of the user's community and I would like to bring the brazilians and the portuguese speakers closer. so, I invite you all to the RIO chapter!with over 25 years of project experience, I've worked with different challenges from a notable and diverse variety of clients, always connecting people to solve complex problems through human-centered design. after running a design studio for a long time, in the last 4 years, I'm focused on planning and facilitating design sprints and co-creation processes. currently, remote and virtual ones, already having accomplished more than 30 since april, 2020. I believe collabora
Hi all, Tools for High- performance Teamwork interactive webinar is going to be a lot of fun!Let’s connect here after the event and continue the conversation & ask questions. I will also share some useful materials here soon after the event. See you all soon! Link to the event
Join us this October and November for free virtual events led by our very own community Miro Heroes and Miro team! These 1-hour sessions are designed to bring together Miro enthusiasts from around the world to connect and celebrate creativity, collaboration, and innovation! Take a look at the full schedule here and our upcoming October & November event schedule below: October 2023October 26: Community Networking & Interactive Miro Workshop with Indra October 26: Community Networking & Interactive Miro AI Workshop with Annie October 31: Training: How to Become a Miroverse Creator October 31: Community Networking & Show and Tell Showcase with Mishal November 2023 November 2: Community Networking & Miro Tips and Tricks with Rob November 3: Plan with Purpose: A Participatory Dive into Business Planning November 8: Community Networking & Miro Success Stories with Joseph November 20: Remote 3.2: Innovate Faster, Facilitate Smarter
The San Francisco chapter of Miro's User Group (MUG) is hosting a virtual miro user group! We're teaming up with Can Wang and Mariana Almeida from Upwork to discuss problem solving and ideation strategy in product development and how their tackling their users needs! Join us virtually wherever you are on April 9th at 2pm PST for fun collaborative workshop and presentation https://events.miro.com/events/details/miro-san-francisco-presents-sf-v-mug-using-miro-for-remote-problem-solving-ideation/#/
Hey everyone, here’s another recap! We had our 4th NORAM V-MUG on February 19th with Natalie Mandriko, Product Manager at WeatherBug presenting. Natalie presented a few real-world examples of Miro boards she and her design team have created in the past. These boards helped to synthesize the qualitative research and engage teams to take action. Here are a couple of questions that were presented during this V-MUG. Would love your input: 1. One of the values of affinity diagramming in a physical space is the unspoken social queues that come from people in a space to keep things constructive. How do yo manage this dynamic in an asynchronous tool like Miro? 2. What information is most important, the volume of comments related to a particular theme, or the impact of the ideas? If you would like to watch the recording please click here and let us know your thoughts.
Hi Miro community,I’m excited to share that we are hosting an interactive AMA session with Miro's Visual Collaboration Advocate, Shipra Kayan, on her journey being a product evangelist and how to build the success and longevity of brands Join us on September 22nd at 8am PDT / 5pm CET to learn more about what it means to be a product evangelist, and how these brand leaders transform companies from being players in the over-saturated market to being true leaders in innovation. RSVP on LinkedIn to save the date!
Hi Miro Heroes, Next week, we are hosting an event with Amplitude’s Product Evangelist and Miroverse Creator John Cutler (you can RSVP here!). In 2021, John ran over 140 Miro workshops for 1500+ people all around the world to help them become more aligned and make their work more impactful. During the event, he will share his Miro use cases, and attendees’ questions. To make our experience more seamless, we are sourcing questions before the event. Please, share your questions about using Miro, product management, and collaborating to make sense of new problems in this thread and upvote other members’ questions that you like! John will answer top 10 most upvoted questions during the event!
Join us on March 25th where we'll have Jeremy Pollack, Solution Principal at Slalom Consulting who will share how his team uses Miro from planning to ideation to the final product! We'll also have Iris Latour, Customer Success Manager at Miro with a presentation on how she's using Miro with a very distributed and cross-functional team to accomplish similar goals. We will be sharing a zoom link and a link to a fantastic Miro Board the Monday before the event so make sure to RSVP! “See” you on the board!
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