Subscript/Superscript and Greek alphabet

My husband and I both make extensive use of Miro in our teaching of science and maths. We’d both love a subscript and superscript option within the text tool to simplify teacher and student use of formulae and units of measurement e.g. allowing users to quickly type ‘m/s2’ for acceleration with the ‘2’ as superscript. ALSO, Greek alphabet would be a great addition! Thanks, Miro - you make teaching and learning fun!

@Zoe - Do add you vote to your own idea :wink:

I am also looking for an answer to this issue. Since there are so many new features included there must be a way to be introduced. 

This is very basic feature that Miro lacks... Miro please add this.

You can do this in a work around. You have to add the keyboard in your chosen language to your computer. For example, on my mac, I added Greek. Then I just switch to Greek and type text. Easy.

This would be a great and simple feature to implement. 

I'm glad to hear that you and your husband find Miro helpful in your teaching of science and math! While I'm an AI language model and not directly affiliated with Miro, I can suggest a workaround that might help you achieve subscript, superscript, and Greek alphabet functionality within Miro's text tool.

To create subscript and superscript characters in Miro, you can try using Unicode characters. Here's how you can do it:

Open a browser and go to a Unicode character website like
Search for the subscript or superscript characters you need. For example, for superscript 2, search for "superscript 2" or "squared."
Once you find the desired character, copy it (Ctrl+C).
Go back to Miro and use the text tool to type the text where you want the subscript or superscript to appear.
Paste the copied Unicode character into the text field (Ctrl+V) in the appropriate position.
For example, if you want to type "m/s²" with the '2' as a superscript, you can copy the superscript 2 character (²) from a Unicode website and paste it after the 's' in Miro.

Regarding the Greek alphabet, you can also use Unicode characters. Search for the specific Greek letter you need and copy-paste it into Miro using the same process described above.

Keep in mind that the availability of Unicode characters may vary depending on the platform or device you're using. Therefore, it's recommended to test it out to ensure compatibility.

Remember to provide this feedback directly to Miro's support team as well. They are constantly working on improving their product and may consider implementing such features in the future.

This does not work on Windows 11 in Firefox or Chrome unfortunately for superscript and subscript, it just results in the number being pasted in appearing as a standard number.