Reflecting on a year of Miroverse
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we released Miroverse into the world. Since then, we’ve seen more than 350 creators share 550+ templates, including frameworks, activities — even art!
The best part? Miroverse makes it easy for anyone in the Miro community to copy and use each of these user-generated templates, so as the gallery grows, so does the impact of all the brave, generous teams who share their work.
I wanted to say a big thank you to our community for sharing their workflows with the world.
Earlier in the month, we asked for the thoughts and feedback from our Miroverse creators before taking the opportunity ourselves to reflect on how it started, how it’s going, and where it’s headed ourselves. You can find the conversation between Nik, Mariam, and myself, captured this blog article.
To spread the love with our creators I’d like to ask the community here…
What is your favorite Miroverse template? Let them know below
congrats to everyone who is involved and you’ve done a great work - thank you to everybody:
The templates that inspired me most are:
Thanks for the post.
I really like this one: