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So we are keen on creating a list of educational and informative material that the whole product design team can contribute to and take value from. This could be books, online resources and also courses. A Trello list is our first option, or a spreadsheet. But I was wondering if anyone had created a board in Miro in an intuitive way that could accommodate a collaborative reading list? It’s a basic one, but keen to see how creative others have been!
Welcome to this promotional post for my plugin: Carbon Copy.The plugin lets you update an idea in one place and sync the idea across widgets everywhere on a Miro board. Give it a try and let me know what you think, how you use it and whether it inspires new ideas. Just share your feedback, it’s all welcome.This is a personal project, I’m doing it for fun. I will implement some improvements over a few months, if you come across bugs or problems I will fix them more quickly.Just @mention me in your posts here on the forum, or reply to this message.
Hi All! Here’s the updated schedule for our August events - We hope to see you there! If you’d like to learn more about these events please visit our events page. AUG 26, 2020 - 4:00 PM (PDT) NORAM V-MUGAgile Design and Lean Implementation in Miro – Get the Best of Both WorldsJoin us on August 26 at 4 pm PDT as we feature Michael de la Maza of Heart Healthy Scrum, Jon White of Improve Consulting Group and Pete Lim of Miro for VMUG10! Over this 60-minute virtual event they will highlight similarities, differences, and ideal uses for these two methodologies, then conduct two interactive activities that enhance our understanding and application of Lean and Agile.View Details AUG 27, 2020 - 4:00 PM (CEST) EMEA V-MUGDrive Product Strategy Using The North Star Metric Workshop"How does your product grow?" This is probably the most challenging question to answer for most product teams. Learn how our fully remote North Star Metric workshop can help your team connect everyday work to meaningful
Hi all, I wonder if we have avid readers here As for me, I am reading several books at a time (not sure if it is the right approach though ). They are so different! The Power of Focus (a self-help book on business, personal and financial success) The Courage to Be Disliked (Alfred Adler’s psychology and philosophy with a little bit of oriental wisdom) The Miracle Morning (very inspiring; that’s the second time I’m reading it) Get Together (a great book on community building) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (do I even need to explain? ) Super interested in what Miro Community are reading! Share your books in the comments Let’s have our own book club
I have several clients and I want to work with them separately. I bought a consultant plan - and now have a question - how to orginize work with my clients? Do I need to open new teams or I should make new project at the my main team and invite consultants there?I don’t want to pay extra money for additional licenses I want that boards created for each client see only this client.
Back in the days when Miro was called “realtimeboard,” the platform was shared with me through a colleague and it was the resource for work that I never knew I needed. Since then, Miro has changed the way I work for the better! I manage 20+ different apps and brands with a remote team. Miro helps me keep projects organized while being able to make quick notes, start designs, and plan on multiple levels. Check out some of the work I get done in my screenshots below, hopefully it will help you work on your own boards. And not shown in the pictures is a hidden gem… I have a frame called “whiteboard” it is exactly what is sounds like, its a place to just write anything like an old school whiteboard App design and planning user funnels. Planning phases with a timeline. Easy way to record some ideas into tasks.
I have been using Miro for this Fall 2020 semester, which is my Master’s year in Architecture, where we have been experimenting with presentation viability of the program. Overall the program is really nice for us to present our thesis although I have some suggestions and a workaround.I think the program’s presentation mode could really benefit from a Prezi Style Approach, whereby the progression of slides, is the camera jumping from point to point (or slide to slide) visually. Miro already kind of does this when setting up frames and being in presenter mode. (But not when you click present next to the slide arrows in the bottom middle of the screen; that makes it more a typical slideshow). However there needs to be the ability to hide frames as they are a bit visually obtrusive when you multiple in the same area. I mainly am doing this when I first show an overview, then zoom in to one of the specific points.Workaround:You can make it a bit less intrusive by removing the titles of the
It’s time We’ve already started sharing photos of our pets in different topics (for example, here is @Kiron Bondale’s puppy ). Let’s collect all of them in one thread! Leave a comment with a photo, write a name of your pet. Funny stories are welcome As for myself, I used to live with the cat Listik (a Russian word for a ‘leaf’). My story is not really funny: one day I became allergic to cats and dogs and rabbits (maybe somebody else), and I had to find a new family for my amazing, playful, tender, beloved cat. I can’t express my love to him! But we had to split up
Hi community! My first post here, so nice to be part of this community.I’ve been exploring using Miro for causal loop diagrams or diagrams often used in Systems Thinking. Miro has been good for capturing elements (as text or sticky notes) and makes connecting them with different lines easier. The alignment tools allow me to align text with each other, but for more complex graphs this becomes more difficult.In an ideal world, I would love if Miro could automatically adjust the elements for easy readability. This would save me from moving each element and line around when we add more.Does anyone here use Miro for similar diagrams and found a way Miro can help focus on building and evolving a diagram, instead of fidgeting around with the layout?Thanks in advance.
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!
Hi All,I am using Miro a lot for my work: i love it, and love sketchnoting.Also using the Miro App on Ipad with the apple pencil, I find it a bit limited. For example if i doodle something and I need to select it and move, it is not very handy.Anyone is including sketchnote on Miro? what would you recommend to use? Do you have any video or material to see specifically?Even better if I don’t need an additional tool!Thank youIlaria
How have you structured Miro boards to use them as "hubs" or "libraries" to manage complex information?
I’m interested in examples of how you are using Miro to visually organize complex and nested information for intuitive, asynchronous exploration. What are we doing to allow communities to “live” asynchronously in Miro beyond live workshops and events?For example, as a:homebase hub library archive system map mission control Some use cases:As basecamp for a conference, organizing all conference-related activities at a glance, like the Mission Control board for Miro’s recent Distributed 101 Conference or this Book Fair shared by @Istanbul Literature House As the backbone for an entire college course curriculum that students visit each week to find their assignments and weekly workspace. As a hub for a community of practice, to hold an ever-growing collection of learnings, conversation, and resources. As a map of MULTIPLE cohorts/communities within a large network. (I’m picturing a map viewed from overhead, with “towns” that represent different communities of practice you can visit, or
I’ve been inspired by the work of Team @Hued and some other designers/users on Miro where the Miro space is made 3 dimensional. So I have decided to try this for myself. Man, it takes a bit work! I certainly have to configure myself to think of depth and perspectives.For the record, I’m using vector art in .svg to reduce size.If you have been trying this way of building Miro, share your own creation in the comments! My inspiration:https://miro.com/miroverse/the-amsterdam-house/ PS. I have very limited artistic bones in me!
This little widget blue handle for auto-layout-distribute is awesome!! Send my appreciation to the team behind this feature! Thank you. Align + distribute flow between horizontal or vertical ( like a transpose ). YES!!! I have faced this layout challenge so often!!! In fact just earlier this week with a client I needed this … and had I had this tool I could have demo’d something on the spot, but without it I had to stop the flow of thought, put a pin in the exploration and say “I’ll reorganize these horizontally and get back to you.” HA! Bravo Miro! Keep it up.
Hi Miro community, Distributed Day 2 was amazing! Full of workshops, interactive sessions, insightful conversations, collaboration, improvisation Of course, the main magic of these community sessions was in their interactivity, but in case you missed it and if you are still interested to learn how it was, we’ve prepared a list of all recordings and Miro boards Find Day 1 recordings and resources here Baking Beautiful Boards: Level up: Tips & Tricks For Aspiring Miro Board WizardsSpeakers: @Daniel Wirtz, René NauheimerLearn hands-on strategies and actionable tips to design beautiful Miro boards while saving yourself hours of time.Miro board | Recording Baking Beautiful Boards: Miro Board Improv!Speakers: @Rachel @Jonathan White An interactive workshop where Rachel and Jonathan used attendees' ideas to create a Miro board on the spot in real-time. From opening moments through to closing moments, see how you can quickly use both built in features in Miro and other tools to create b
Hi Miro Community,This week we’re highlighting a standalone video about linking objects.As you may already know, one of Miro’s super powers is that every object on a board has its own URL. This allows you to add hyperlinks inside the board itself, making it quick and easy to jump to a specific location with the click of a button. Watch the video in the standalone section at Miro Academy. How do you use linking in Miro? Let us know below!
Hi Everyone,I’m new to Miro and I’m a bit stuck with something. Hoping that a Miro Hero can come to my rescue.I’m working on an internal help centre for our support team (20 members) and need to create categories for around 200 articles. I want the support team to create the categories and sort the articles via card-sorting.I’ve set up a Kanban board with 45 cards (article titles) and columns for groups. I’m pretty happy with the board so I’m ready to share it with the participants to start getting their input.Here’s where I’m stuck.I need help with understanding the best way to share my Miro board for card-sorting so that each participant has their own version to work on. I want them to sort the cards (articles) and name the groups individually and independently of each other.How can I do this?Is the only way to create duplicate boards for each participant or is there are more sophisticated way?I’ve been searching for 2 days, so please let me know if you have the steps or links to an
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
Hi everyoneI was wondering if anyone has a one-page cheat sheet or user guide they would be happy to share?We’re currently implementing Miro as an enterprise app at my organisation and as part of that, we would like to share a cheat sheet / user guide / training document with colleagues.Many thanks in advanceDane
I know we all work in different ways, but I’m highly visual, and now working on a fourth novel, I found that I simply can’t keep all of the twists and turns and motivations in my head, or I can’t sleep at night. Some readers may recognize the word “perseverating”, and what it will do to you. It’s a nightmare for authors.Over the years, I’ve learned to commit almost everything….but, especially stump points….to a picture. In the past, plain old mind maps have had to be the way. The Miro whiteboard is a boon to my style.There are two screenshots below….the broad overall plot line, but also a current problem. Late in the novel, my protagonist finds out that he’s unwittingly been working in parallel with the FBI/CIA, and I need plausible reasons for him not to be angry, and to continue on the case. First, I make a picture of the motivations I’ve considered so far. Then, I go chop wood, rake leaves, sleep, shop, do woodworking…..almost anything that’s unrelated to the writing process. I’
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