How my Miro use for facilitation has evolved in 1 year!

  • 14 April 2021
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As a facilitator (both process & training facilitation), my choice of using Miro one year ago was driven by a single: a collaborative platform where ALL participants can engage and interact. The more active, the better!

So, it’s really important to onboard new (and returning) participants onto Miro. Do it well and the experience will be tremendous. I take pride for meticulous onboarding regardless for a group 2 or 200.

Here’s how my Miro onboarding has evolved over the last year!

June 2020 - I started using Miro in April 2020 and this was one of the first paid client events done virtual. Basic look and at that point, anybody can unlock anything on a Miro board. It was dangerous times, but we love it!


Current 2021 - This is how my Miro onboarding segment currently looks like. Any recurring challenges that participants continuously came across in my previous sessions are addressed in this view. The number of Miro tools that I demo are also context dependent. The shorter the event, the less tools I preview.


Large Scale Onboarding in 3 Languages - I recently provided virtual facilitation support for a global NGO’s event. The added challenge here is the 3 languages that the event runs on. Similar to the previous onboarding format, I’ve expanded the views to include translation for the 3 languages.



Now that I’ve shared my onboarding method, how about sharing yours?

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That is a pretty good set of basic and common features… well done and thanks for sharing!

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That is a pretty good set of basic and common features… well done and thanks for sharing!

Thanks, @RobOK! Iterative work across a whole year :grin:

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@Isman Tanuri 

Your work is always inspiring to me and sometimes wakens the thought:
I wish - i could do it the same way …

Miro offers so many ways to work …

Thank you!


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@mlanders Very kind of you, Michael! I’ve been equally inspired with your work, so please continue sharing so that we can learn from each other!