Miro is looking for great storytellers for Distributed 2022! 🎉

  • 4 August 2022
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Hi Miro Community 😍

🤔 Have you always wanted to share the cool and innovative ways you are using the Miro board? Do you feel you have a creative and fresh approach that will help others figure out this thing called work?

Then Miro wants you for Distributed 2022 (our annual big event)!

💡 Distributed, November 15-16, powered by the Miro community, is reaching out to you, our community, to submit session ideas for our upcoming event that spark the imagination, encourage dialogue, and drive new solutions to shaping a future where work is more inclusive, creative, and collaborative.


🎉 We are looking for best-in-class content to help our attendees be inspired, but also get practical take-aways on how Miro can help teams find their flow, and find more joyful and effective ways to work together to build, or solve for, the next big thing whether across the room or across the world. Our attendees are the power users of Miro, so content is primarily focused on intermediate to advanced working knowledge of the Miro board.


If this sounds fun and you want to be a part of Distributed this year, we invite you to submit a session idea for consideration by no later than EOB Monday, August 15.


💌 We can’t wait to see your ideas! 

Questions? Reach out to the Distributed team, distributed@miro.com

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Hi @Ruslan Kildeev , thank you for the question, it is actually 95 characters 🙂 It should be enough for us to understand the idea to move forward to next steps 😊 I look forward to reading about your idea

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Dear @Helena Brandist, a question regarding the abstract: does it have to be max. 140 words or characters?