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What's New at Miro March 2023
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
Miroverse Wish List
Hey there! Bet, you’ve heard of Miroverse - an awesome library of community templates where you can find inspiration and ready-to-use collaboration templates, or even become a Creator yourself by submitting your own template for publication.The library is growing rapidly and there are already over 1000 templates to choose from!But, we understand that sometimes you just can't find the perfect template for your needs or don’t know how to quickly design it 🥲 .That's why we created this Miroverse Wish List thread! It's a place where you can share your ideas or requests for potential templates, even if you don't know how to design them yourself. Our community of Creators can then use these ideas for inspiration to create new templates that will benefit everyone.We welcome all kinds of creative ideas! 👉 Do you have a specific diagram, canvas, or workflow that you searched for in Miroverse but couldn't find? 👉 Or maybe you have an idea for a unique whiteboarding template that you think wo
Ask a Question + Win A Prize - Distributed '22
Want to learn more about how our Distributed ‘22 speakers are using Miro and enter for a chance to win exclusive swag? Join us Today, November 17th for an async ‘Ask Me Anything’ conversation thread featuring, Douglas Ferguson, Max Harper and Rachel Davis + Jonathan White. Ask a question (or three 😉) by 11:59pm PT and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win exclusive Miro swag!Find our Distributed ‘22 speakers' conversation threads below:AMA w/ Max Harper AMA w/ Rachel Davis + Jonathan White AMA w/ Douglas Ferguson 💻 Remember this event is happening now directly in our Forum and you can participate by asking questions in the comments. Easy!
Event: Building better backlogs with Customer Benefit Analysis
Hi Miro Community,Get ready for the second edition of our Agile Experts Webinar Series, and learn about a fundamental approach to sustainable profitability: Customer Benefit Analysis.Miro and Applied Frameworks hosts will be joined by Tyler Simons, Head of Customer Success from Fullcast, to help us answer two key questions that drive revenue: What dimensions of your solution provide benefits to your customer? What is the magnitude of the benefit?🔗 Save your seat here!
Miroverse Challenge: Womxn at Work 👩💻
Hi Miro Heroes To celebrate the International Women’s Day, we are launching our first-ever challenge honoring women’s rights, women’s history, and workplace equality. Our mission is to forge inclusive work cultures where women's careers thrive and their achievements are celebrated, and we would love you to join us and help drive change. For this special edition of the Miroverse Challenge, Womxn at Work, we invite you to submit templates that cover the topics mentioned above. We will accept different kinds of templates: icebreakers, workshops, team building, retrospectives, education and more. We will be judging based on relevance, template layout, and ease of use. For inspiration, here are some sample ideas: An icebreaker template that’s a trivia game about female leaders around the world A team building exercise that breaks through masculine and feminine archetypes We look forward to seeing all the amazing ways in which you celebrate and support women using Miro. Let’s dri
Miroverse Monster Template Challenge!
July’s Miroverse Challenge: Monster Template! (DATE EXTENDED!) It’s been an exciting few months at Miro with the release of our monster-sized national ad campaign! We created this ad to show the power of Miro and how easy it is to collaborate, innovate, and solve problems of any size, together in Miro. 🙌 If you haven’t had a chance to see the ad on the big screen (cough living room), across social media, or a billboard towering the city, you can check out the full ad here: Want to see how we used Miro to create the ad? Check out this video This summer, we are introducing a new type of creative #Miroverse template challenge. We won’t be focusing on just one Miro use case or template type — instead, we want to see your creativity run wild and create ANY type of template / board that features our beloved (yet a little bit scary) character. Yes, we mean it! Any type of template from icebreakers to project planning goes as long as the Monster is incorporated. Ready, set, create! We look f
Miroverse x Pip Decks Challenge: Workshop Toolkit
Hi Miro Community 😍 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 12 Have you heard about Pip Decks? Pip Decks publishes card decks that contain everything you’d ever need to confidently lead your team 🙌Their first deck Workshop Tactics is a curated list of the best agile and design-thinking workshop techniques to help consultants, managers, professors, designers, engineers, managers, and CEOs…. Because no one wants to run a bad meeting 🤓 They also have various Miro templates to accompany their decks. So we decided to collaborate and invite our amazing communities to co-create with us! 🎉🎊 🧐 What are the core techniques that are fundamental to facilitating a successful workshop? ✍️ We invite you to create a template that includes the essentials to run a workshop: Make it fun and tidy, something that every facilitator wants to have easy access to Don’t forget to include your favourite Workshop Tactics 💡 For inspiration, see top Workshop Tactics cards Charles (founder of Pip Decks) can’t live w
Miroverse Challenge: Agile Games 🥳 Postponed to Autumn 2022
Hi Miro Heroes, You may know that this April has been all about Agile 💡 We’ve had loads of amazing conversations and attended insightful events run by you — our amazing community members 🎉🎊After some thought and brainstorming with Miro’s Lean- Agile Evangelists group here, we decided that it would also be loads of fun to run an Agile Games templates challenge. What are Agile Games? 🤔‘Agile Game is a fun activity that helps you learn something about Agile or helps you get your work done.’@Richard Kasperowski For inspiration, take a look at some Agile Games templates already available on Miroverse or read some games ideas in this thread. Agile Point Game by @Richard Kasperowski; Games by @Michael de la Maza; Games by @Agile Games With James; Piggybank Scrum Simulation by @Ellen Hermens; Kanban Pizza Game by Flowana. For those who need help, @Henrik Ståhl created a ‘back of the box’ instructions checklist template: We look forward to seeing all the amazing Agile games th
How Do You Miro? Icebreaker Challenge 🧊
Hey Miro Pioneers,Welcome to our first official challenge in the series How Do You Miro! We’ve all seen that getting the best ideas and results out of virtual meetings and workshops requires energy, attention, and engagement from every attendee. But it’s hard to energize a group of people who aren’t physically together in the same room. That’s why icebreakers are such an important part of virtual meetings and why we strive to make them easy and fun in Miro.After launching Miroverse, our community templates gallery, we've shown that Miro Pioneers push the boundaries of what can be achieved with Miro every day.So, today we want to announce the first-ever Miro templates contest: How Do You Miro? Icebreaker Challenge. It’s time for you to unleash your creativity and show the community your best example of the icebreaker! Challenge details:The challenge starts today (July 20th), and will last until August 7th. We will announce the winners the following week to give our judges enough tim
How do you Miro? Calendar challenge 📅
UPDATE: Submissions open until January 20! Hi Miro Community! As we are coming close to end of 2022, it’s time to start planning for the next year. How do you use Miro for a fun visual calendar? We announce a beginner-friendly Miro board challenge! 🤠 This is your chance to level up your Miro skills, WOW your team and win an iPad (YEP!). We have compiled all learning & inspiration resources you might need if you don’t feel confident in your skills yet 😉 Who can participate?Absolutely anyone! Submission requirements:Has to be built in Miro (adding images and assets is fine, but the structure has to be built in Miro) Has to have some examples of how to use it (not be completely empty) Has to have a calendar aspect to it (week-quarter-year, etc) Has to be easy to copy and use Has to be fun to use!! How to enter the challenge:Create your template in Miro Register an account on Miroverse Submit your template Post it in this thread! 👉👉 LEARNING RESOURCES HERE 👈 👈 Submissions o
AMA ft. Max Harper - Distributed '22
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👇🏿
Hello– From Your New Forum Lead 😊👋🏿
Hey Miro Community! My name is Manouska (ma-noosh-ka) and I’m so excited to join the Miro team as your new Lead for the Community Forum! What excites me most about Miro is you all. This group is filled with such diverse and dynamic individuals from all around the world and I can’t wait to get to know you all! Manouska Jeantus, Community Lead, ForumAs your lead, I’ll be responsible for managing the overall forum experience through programs, events and making sure this is a helpful and engaging place for our community to hang out. In my first couple weeks I’ll not only be taking the time to get to know many of you, but will also work to uncover what you love about the Miro community and where you’d like to see improvements. More on this later! As I’ve gotten to learn more about Miro, This community continues to fill me with insight and inspiration on where Miro has been and where It has the potential to go in the future. I’m looking forward to unlocking more of our potential together :)
Using Miro with big Touchscreens for ideation scenarios
I’m curious if there are good experiences in the community of using Miro with big Touchscreens for ideation scenarios? We have a 65” Samsung Flip Touch screen that we want to explore using the touch feature together with Miro. First impressions were that everything was more difficult than using mouse+keyboard.Interacting with Miro objects was difficult. I used a digital whiteboard pen, but it did not have any buttons to help me control settings.I’m curious if there are any big-touchscreen-using-fans out there? :)
Trick: Easily create thumbnails to distinguish your board
I have way too many board with the default logo. It was hard to find anything. I tried selecting the remarkable area of the board so that I could visually see it. But that was also not great.Then I found out how to "craft" them. I recorded a small how-to in case you want to do that, too.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EQu94hjaDs (I couldn't embed the video for some reason)In short it is:put an emoji on the board click on the title of the board click "select preview area" zoom in on your emoji hit doneAs soon as you refresh your dashboard, your board will be updated. step 3: click "select preview area"step 4: zoom in on your art Refresh your dashboard and your thumbnail should be updated
Hello Miro Community. My name is Patrick Seaton, the owner of Innovative Management Toools and I am relatively new to using miro boards, but very excited with what I have seen so far with their potential. I am a change management consultant and am in the process of converting my facilitator-led, in-person activities created over the last 20 years that used conference rooms and white boards with cards that I designed to help clients overcome common and recurring business challenges and problems by involving small groups of stakeholders in the session. Visual and engaging sessions with amazing results. The miro board seems to be an ideal way to bring the over 40 activities into a digital life. It is very exciting to bring my tools into a new world and open them up for use outside of my personal client base. If anybody is in the change management and business problem solving arena and would like to open a dialogue, please feel free to connect with me. Regards, Patrick
Miro/me and GDPR - Time to say goodbye ...
Hi folks,in 2019 my way and journey with one of the biggest / best tools online started. Miro was my tool. It was the wayI thought I worked I livedI’ve done lessons / classes and coaching with miro.Everything I planned - even privately - I’ve done with miro.I enjoyed every second I had with my boards.Every time I worked with miro I was blown away what I can do with it ...But then GDPR came and I had to search for an other tool that fits more to my needs.So I searched for alternatives and I found them:Two competitor tools - yes the servers they’re running are placed in EuropeI now test them extremely and it looks that I really move to one of them.With one tear in my eye I’ll now go into the present christmas time … but also I really look forward that I can use in January a full Collaboration tool like all of you Non-European already are doing.Just imagine you can do everything you do in miro, without collaboration … this is the big restriction I’ve got …I just want to say thank you all
TOTW (April 26, 2022) — Lean Inception Workshop
This week, Lean Inception Workshop by Paulo Caroli is the Template Of The Week (or TOTW). It offers a comprehensive series of activities, typically scheduled over the course of a week that helps teams understand, align, and plan the building of the MVP – Minimum Viable Product – and the product increments. Do you like this template as much as we do? Leave Paulo a compliment here, his template on Miroverse, and feel free to share your favorite Lean templates in this thread! Voting makes template discovery easier for other members of Miro Community and supports those who are contributing to Miroverse in such a meaningful way. How do we choose TOTW? It’s a mystery! But upvoting helps!
Grille for car park
I want to model a hole that allows 40% of the flow to pass through while blocking the remaining 60% since I'm trying to mimic a car park grille with a smaller free space. Applying porous material or using another approach to stop the passage through was something I was considering. My free space is just 3 m2, despite my attempts at localized leaks and pressure zones. Eggy Car
Miro Desktop App vs. Web Browser
Okay community, vote and settle this debate! Which one do you prefer and why? Desktop/Mobile App vs. Web Browser I prefer the desktop app because I like to keep my browser tabs minimal and organized. I cannot have too many open at one time! I think of Miro as a program so I like to use it like an application and not a website. I’ll use the mobile app from time-to-time to make quick notes or edits. It’s a good tool to have even though I don’t use it that often.
Give your ideas a head start with this Agile technique on February 6th
Learn how to work iteratively from the very start of an idea with Agile expert, Richard Lawrence’s and Peter Green’s new technique — Feature Mining. Feature Mining lets teams find early slices of any big idea to deliver value, find learnings, and mitigate risks. You can ship an idea in just one or two sprints with Feature Mining — even for ideas with seemingly large upfront costs. Richard Lawrence, Agile Trainer & Coach, Founder, Humanizing Work & Peter Green, Co-Founder, Humanizing Work Outcomes you can expect after learning this technique: Use Feature Mining to find an early slice of a big idea to get quick value, learning, and/or risk mitigation Understand how to bring Feature Mining back to your team Explain how different roles (PO, UX, developers, testers, etc.) are critical to effective slicing and how each contributes in Feature Mining Grab your seat for Start From Zero With Feature Mining on February 6 at 12 pm EST and get an opportunity to ask questions and enga
What I'm 'Miro'ing currently and a heartfelt thanks!
Miro is a lovely application which I find more and more use for almost daily. I wish I had used it when I was more gainfully employed, as I’m confident it would have helped in innumerable ways in the dynamic and creative environment I left for stay at home fatherhood. As it stands, I mostly use it for organizing my creative endeavors and hobbies.In the case of the latter, I’ve been using Miro since early in the pandemic to play various tabletop roleplaying and miniatures games online with a huge community of players around the world. While there is a bustling and crowded field of dedicated VTTs (Virtual Tabletops) which exploded in popularity as games scrambled to continue online, Miro serves my needs and those of countless others exceptionally without the oft heavy baggage of trying to be all things to all games.The one area where I needed to supplement Miro usage with additional application(s) was in having reliable RNGs (random number generators) aka dice which could be “rolled” and
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