Miro for Hybrid Collaboration with Interactive Displays

  • 14 July 2021
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Hello Miro Community! 


With the world slowly returning to pre-pandemic normalcy, many companies are starting to think about back-to-office plans this fall. This brings up the question of How do you use Miro for hybrid collaboration?’ (‘hybrid’ here refers to a mix of remote + in-person participants in a meeting). Using Miro with an interactive displays is a great way to collaborate in a hybrid setup and create an inclusive, engaging environment for all team members.


Check out our newest Help Center articles on this topic:


:bulb:Supported Interactive Displays 

Here, you will find an overview of how Miro works when used with an interactive display, a list of supported vendors, and a step-by-step guide for how to set up Miro on a display.


:bulb:Selecting the Right Interactive Display For Hybrid Collaboration

This article will guide you through the decision-making process of selecting your display for collaboration - what to consider, how to choose, and a list of various vendor options.


:bulb:Hosting a Hybrid Meeting with Miro Using an Interactive Display 

Wondering how to host a meeting with Miro when part of your team is in the office, and some are remote? Look no further. This article will give you tips and tricks for setting up a hybrid meeting and using Miro on displays to take collaboration to the next level.


Let us know how YOU use Miro for hybrid collaboration with interactive displays!

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