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Hello out there! Anna here, your Community Manager. I’m excited to launch our new Monthly Community Roundups — every month, we’ll gather the best templates, events, and tips from the world of Miro! Miroverse Challenge: Womxn at Work To celebrate the International Women’s Day, we are launching our first-ever challenge honoring women’s rights, women’s history, and workplace equality. We invite you to submit templates that forge inclusive work cultures where women's careers thrive and their achievements are celebrated.Are you working up to subject matter expertise and dreaming of being published in Miroverse — but aren't super confident with design? Match with experienced Miroverse creators to collaborate on a template together. Overheard in Miro Community Tips & tricks for using Miro as a project planning tool: In the forum, we are crowdsourcing best practices for project managers. Join @Lars09, @Richard Kasperowski, @Kiron Bondale, @Annie, @Paul Snedden, and @Ruslan Antipov and sha
After using Miro for 3+ years, it’s still fun when you discover something you didn’t know.In this example, I will group the four images and then double-click the top-left one (the cat with the fishbowl) and move it separate from the group. Next I will do the same with the puppy. This saves me from Ctrl+Shift+G to ungroup, rearrange, and then Shift+drag to select all and Ctrl+G to group. I didn’t see any mention of this in the Structuring Board Content → Grouping Help Center article, but I expect it’s a feature and not a bug.
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💕 Happy Valentine’s Day! We can hardly express how much the Miro team appreciates every single one of you. From innovative Miroverse templates to helpful conversations, to engaging events, you’re always creating something that helps people learn and grow. So much gratitude from @Colleen Curtis, @Natalie Larino, @Helena Brandist, @Anna Savina, @Olena Avramenko, me, and all of us here at Miro. Will you help us share the love? Comment here to @ mention someone in the community whom you appreciate, call out your favorite Miro feature, or link to your favorite Miroverse template!
Hi everyone Welcome to the second edition of the Miroverse Template Creators series where we introduce the people behind all the amazing work Last week I had a chance to chat to@Reid Thomas about his Miro(verse) experience Who is Reid?Reid is the community manager at Unito, an integration solution that builds two-way connections between your favorite work tools (with a Miro integration in the works! ). He is also an active Miro community member who created a couple of cool templates Finding Miro(verse)After finding out about Miro in a presentation at work, Reid started looking through Miroverse, borrowing templates, and learning about Miro by browsing through our community. He quickly became an active Miro community member after that. Reid is someone who believes that tools like Miro should not only be used in a professional setting, but also outside of work. For example, he once created a Miro board to help a friend plan moving apartments.He even used a Miroverse retro template
Hi! My name is Valery, I'm a motion designer and I'm creating a video about a virtual Miro board in motion design style.I learned about Miro quite recently when I was faced with the need to structure my ideas. Where to do it, if not on the board? It has all the necessary tools for visualizing connections and generating new ideas. This inspired me to create a video.What was my surprise when, in search of material to create a general concept, I found out that this is a successful startup from Russia.First of all, I picked up the music, selectively wrote to some people from the list of subscribers to Miro in different social networks and asked them why they liked using a virtual whiteboard. I studied the content that the guys have in social networks, analyzed the color solutions and generated a color palette for my video.It's time to start the animation. Here begins the most pleasant part of the work. Based on the music and mood, I sketched a lot of animation options using only primitives
Hi Miro community, We have some fantastic new blog articles that have gone live over the past few weeks, so wanted to take a moment to highlight them here How to hold a strategic planning meeting: A simple, step-by-step guide for facilitators 7 steps to conduct a competitive market analysis How to use a decision tree diagram to reach informed conclusions: A step-by-step guide How to use the Ansoff Matrix for strategic planning (with examples) How to conduct an effective SWOT analysis What is a BCG Matrix? And how to get the most out of it All you need to know about PEST analysis Business process modeling notation (BPMN): Everything you need to know 3 types of Miro integrations that optimize your hybrid tech stack Enjoy!
This week, Piggybank Scrum Simulation by @Ellen Hermens is the Template Of The Week (or TOTW). It allows people who are new to agility to understand the different roles, artifacts and events within Scrum plus the inherent Kaizen structure. Do you like this template as much as we do? Leave Helen a compliment here, her template on Miroverse, and feel free to share your favorite Scrum 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 allWelcome to another Miroverse Monday edition This week we have 6 great templates to talk about Barrels, Hammers, and Fire - A Retrospective and 8 Bit Hearts - A Retrospective by Cody Wanberg are great for helping your team look back at challenges that rolled them over and victories/successes after a sprint, and identify if you were able to feel impactful in you roles, or interpersonal interactions.8-bit Hearts by Cody Wanberg Daria Rudnik’s Team Development Roadmap offers a comprehensive, 60 to 90-minute workshop template that helps teams to get some insights on their 1-year vision and what the team needs to do in order to get there.Rethink Ambiguity by Creative Gym ( @Frankie Kok) offers an intangible experience made tangible through navigating a design challenge that’s full of ambiguity, visualizing ambiguity using a journey map tool, and reflecting on our ambiguity experience.Rethink Ambiguity by Creative Gym Problem Statement for Logistic and UX Health Persona by Ergosign
Hi there Miro Community, The video below is a walkthrough of an integrative thinking case study I did this week. It walks our business owner through a tough decision around how she wants to grow her business. She isn’t content with option A or B, so she creates option LMNOP. I’d love feedback and I’m also curious to know how you guys handle the process-to-practical Miro applications in your own work. Here’s a link to the board if you’d like to check it out in further detail:
Like many others, pivoting from in-person training to virtual training was painful using Zoom, teams, LiveWebinar and Webex. The topic of international standards like ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO/IEC 17025 have the potential to be incredibly boring, even in person. My role play roles and physical gestures were a mainstay to keep students awake!It only took seeing Miro once to already see the potential for engagement of every person in the room and deepening their understanding. And most of all, be able to apply the concepts!Building in Miro for the activities was straightforward thanks to being able to use or create templates. The timer keeps people honest. For training, Miro saved the day.Within our own company, however, we have taken uses of Miro to the next level. We use it to design training by mind mapping concepts and then ordering content in logical sequences. And of course, rearranging the content and activities as the concepts get refined.I love having easy access t
This week, The Innovation Journey by Adrian Ewecker is the Template Of The Week (or TOTW). Make your service, your product, your innovation the magic tool of your story and ask yourself early on who your heroes (target group) are, what tasks they have to master (user problems) and how a new world can look like thanks to your idea (reasons to believe). Do you like this template as much as we do? Leave Adrian a compliment here, the template on Miroverse, and feel free to share your favorite approaches to drive innovation 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!
What is everyone using to layout semester long plans?I’ve used frames to orgainze content by topic, I’ve Product Roadmap templates, Frames with items inside of them (which means I have to constantly resize the frame) and am not 100% satisfied with either solution.Some of the key things that I need to do is:Organize materials by week Content needs to be easily moved around as each semester has different holidays Mark tasks as done when they are entered into the LMSThanks for any suggestions you can give!
The Miroverse grew by more than 100 new templates last month, showcasing the breadth and depth of creativity of our creators! Within this vast galaxy of content, some creators stood out as the brightest stars, making a significant impact on our community. Their contributions left a lasting impression on us and continue to inspire others. Valentine Rousseaux | Most Copied Miroverse Creator 🚀 Congratulations to Valentine Rousseaux for being named this month’s "Most Copied Miroverse Creator!" Valentine, a product owner and product manager at Ubisoft, is passionate about maximizing user value through efficient project management and innovative projects. 🔭 Discover Valentine Rousseaux’ profile to try her Project - Timeline & Key Infos template.Despite having published the first template only in March, Valentine has already gained significant attention from the Miroverse community - more than 180 people have already used this template. Valentine, we’re looking forward to seeing what yo
Hey Miro Community! We’d love to see photos or videos of how you are experimenting with various hybrid set ups, whether for workshops, meetings, or team hub spaces -- in a formal office or otherwise. If you’d like to add some pointers and lessons learned, I’m sure others would appreciate that as well. Some questions to jumpstart the discussion:Share your photos! Describe the set up. How many people were joining in-person? Remotely? What was the main reason for the session? How did you set up your Miro board for people to participate and engage? Were most people familiar with Miro already? What other tools did you use? Describe how facilitation and meeting skills contributed to the session / collaboration. Any learnings after the session happened? We’re looking to learn from you all as we’re building out our company and product strategy here.
I've just been trying to use Miro for Story Mapping using the Story Mapping template. It was looking good to start with but after a while when I came to need to organise Activities and items on the backbone row it all just fell apart and I had to give up.The behaviour of the Activity and Backbone row items basically breaks the entire usefulness of the User Story Map template for me. The way I story map, I have Activities at the top, then items on the backbone row form the 'walking skeleton', these are the minimum set of non-optional stories that enable the system to work. To start with items under the backbone might be details or sub-tasks of backbone items, but further down the map, perhaps several release slices down, tasks at that location still relate to the activity, but may not relate directly to whatever task was on the backbone row. These later tasks might represent alternative user journeys through the system, or quality of life improvements for the activity.The problem is tha
When our team started planning new projects for the current period, we decided that it was time to have everyone participate and commit. We also wanted everyone to know about everyone else’s projects, and we wanted to provide a chance for everyone to participate in anything that was of their interest and matched their skillset. Obviously, we jumped directly to Miro.In our board, a few things happen:Everyone participated planning the projects. Everyone shares updates on the activities related to the projects they are involved with. Everyone provides feedback!The last point is the one I am most excited about. During our monthly meetings, the whole team jumps into the Miro board to write questions, comments, suggestions, and provide help. We have never been a better connected team (even if we are working from home).
Hey Miro Heroes! We want to make sure you love this community and feel comfortable here As we move forward and develop community programs, we really need to hear from you to inform our strategy and improve your overall experience with Miro Community. Please take a moment to name one thing you think our community does well and one thing we could improve. Share your thoughts in the thread
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
As an Agile Coach I used to work with clients in-person - I love that ❤️Conducting a remote workshop isn’t just the same - nor should it be. Both formats have their benefits and disadvantages, but as a facilitator I can’t just do the same in a remote setting what I used to do in-person by using a digital whiteboard. I reflected upon this little dilema in a recent article of mine. As a facilitator of a remote workshop I have to think about much more deliberatly then for an in-person workshop. I have to create and set the stage perfectly so that my audience isn’t drifting off. ➡️ Here you find my article: The missing 10 minutes before a remote workshop ⬅️❓I would love to know, what do you do differently when preparing a remote workshop compared to an in-person workshop? And what do you think about the tips I layed out in my article?⬇️Below you can find an example that I explain in the article how I try to set the stage even before the actual workshop has started.
Let’s talk Remote Design Sprints! This conversation is open to anyone looking to learn how to organise, prepare and facilitate a Design Sprint with distributed teams. All levels of experience are welcome, whether you’re a versed facilitator or just starting off. Let’s learn from each other, share mistakes, lessons and become better facilitators. Have specific questions in mind about Remote Design Sprints? Let’s talk about them ;)
Hallo zusammen,eines meiner Beratungs-Coachings-Templates:Problemkörbe gibt es in Englisch auf Miroverse (Auf Anfrage stelle ich es gerne auch in Deutsch zur Verfügung) Im Miroverse sind derzeit nur englischsprachige Templates möglich.Zur Erklärung:Wenn ihr jemanden habt, der vor lauter Problemen nicht weiß womit er beginnen soll, ist diese Technik beliebtes Werkzeug, damit der Klient zu einer Lösung kommt - gleichzeitig verbunden ist in dem Template ein weiteres Werkzeug: Das des kleinsten Schrittes (oder der kleinstmöglichen Lösung)Beide Werkzeuge kommen aus der Systemischen Beratung (Template mit Anleitung)https://miro.com/miroverse/problembaskets-and-the-first-solution/Viel Spaß damitMichael
Welcome to this month’s Miroverse roundup! 🎉 Miroverse continued thriving throughout the month of August as you, the Miroverse community, collectively contributed over 100 new templates. That’s over 100 new ways to collaborate, play, plan, design, and research.But wait — the excitement doesn't stop there! Let's take a moment to honor and celebrate the exceptional contributors whose creations led the way. If you have a Miro board that you believe would make a useful template, there’s no time like the present. 🏆 Submitting a template is simple, and likely easier than you think — and who knows, maybe you’ll see yourself in next month’s roundup! Visual Collaboration System™ | Most Published Miroverse Creator 🚀 Huge shoutout to @Ole Qvist-Sørensen and his strategy, learning, and design agency, Visual Collaboration System™! They've soared to the top as August's Most Published Creator. 🏆With over 15 years of international experience, Ole has been a true champion, guiding leadership teams
Welcome to the April Miroverse community roundup! Last month has been an exceptional display of your creative abilities and teamwork. We're thrilled to announce that the gallery has grown by over 130 unique templates! Enjoy and explore the newest templates to find inspiration for your next project. 💫 In this article, we'll highlight standout creators with the most copied, published, and liked templates in April. Remember — creativity fuels creativity! So, let's dive in and recap our community’s incredible accomplishments from this month. Hannah Walker | Most Copied Miroverse Creator 🚀 🌸 We hope you enjoyed the Easter festivities this month.🐰 Speaking of which, we've noticed a popular theme among our Miroverse community — Easter retrospectives! 🐣 Hannah Walker's Easter Retro board has been used over 100 times by the community. So, if you're looking for inspiration for your next occasionally-themed retrospective, be sure to check out Hannah's profile and her Easter Retro board. 🤩
Hi Miro Heroes, May the 4th be with you! This month, we are celebrating Miroverse May! Our beloved Community Template Library is turning two years old and we want to celebrate it together with everyone who creates and shares Miro boards with the world. What to expect: As usual, we are hosting a lot of Miroverse-themed events: join us to Miro Board Improv | Cats Vs Dogs with @Rachel and @Jonathan White, Uncover Your Super Power and Plan Your Next Career Move 👩💻 with @Regine, How to Conquer Imposter Syndrome with @Karen M and @Ashwanth; Participate in a Miroverse Challenge: Agile Games, show off your Miro skills, and win an iPad with exclusive Miro-branded cover and an Apple Pencil. Stay tuned for more: we will be announcing a very special Miroverse birthday celebration very soon! If you would like to get involved, there is no better way to do it than contributing to Miroverse and sharing your Miro wisdom with the whole world (or maybe the whole universe?) 😊 Useful resources fo
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