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Hello, I’m wondering what features are planned in the short and medium term for Miro? If we get the product, what new things will be released soon that we can take advantage of, on top of all of the current functionality? Also are there any other integration points with Azure DevOps or Sharepoint planned at all? Many thanks Natalie
i am running a workshop with non-techie managers. does anyone have a cheat-sheet or short presentation to tell them all they need to participate in brainstorming, inserting text onto frameworks, and stickie creation/movement? and zooming in/out to find items.
Tips and Tricks for Diagramming: Shapes & Lines I feel your pain. You can see the whole complex system in your mind… but your hand just can’t get it out into Miro fast enough. Miro is brilliant at making diagramming easy and powerful, but some of the coolest features to help this aren’t immediately obvious. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite tips and tricks. Did I miss some that you like? LMK Happy diagramming Diagramming Tips and Tricks: Shape and Line Magic The world is but a network of networks. Let’s grapple with these complex systems with ease and style. Here’s some of my favorite tips and tricks to build networks, systems, processes quickly and attractively. You may want to increase the playback speed - that’s as fast as my brain-mouth-miro-hand could work Easily Re-style and Clean up your Diagram for Presentation: A clean consistent diagram is like a grammar and spell-checked memo or report. Don’t let poor present-ability get in the w
Hello, if you are in frame mode and the frames are not so close together then you can get a nearly prezi-like presentation. I haven’t got set frames into details of pictures but with doing this the effects could be even better than in my result. Michael
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
Hello, I am a designer/trainer trying to translate some of my training icebreakers into online activites. They are (were) very tangible play activites and at the moment can’t happen. I have been building them in Miro now for a few weeks and adore the platform. It is so easy to design a learning environement that is as intiuative and engaging as physical. As my heart is in designing environments I am getting very excited about designing Miro work/play spaces for people. But, after a day of research I can’t really find individuals that are doing this? So, I am curious if there are people charging for designing Miro boards? or if not why not? Maybe to many free templates out there? Anyway, I would love to hear from you and see what you think? I am working on a lovely template to put on the Miroverse soon. Jules
Not sure if this feature has been rolled out to everyone yet or not, but the new selected object filtering capability is pretty cool. The ability to select a large number of objects and then just pick the specific type of object which you want to remain selected is very useful. However, I have just one question… what do Dark Elves (“Drows”) from Dungeons & Dragons have to do with Miro ?
Like many of you, I am using Miro for live online participatory workshop events. Almost all of the people attending my events are brand new to Miro, and by far the most difficult part of the workshop is getting them over that first hurdle of learning how to use the tool well enough to participate. Half of the difficulty is teaching them what they should avoid doing by accident! This is much more difficult for people who are not digital natives, and in larger groups it is almost guaranteed that at least one participant will be lost and frustrated. What have you tried? What worked best?
Hey community! I’ve recently started a new project to plan out a potential offering and I wanted to share how I’ve used wireframes to visualize some early concepts. Making use of both the website browser and mobile device wireframes together. I’d love to see more uses of wireframes to learn how other teams plan digital layouts. Also happy to answer any questions about my use Webpage Browser and Mobile Device Wireframe Mockup Example
Hi there, Do you use Miro outside work? We already have examples of creating games on the board drawing writing a novel I’ve heard people use Miro to create moodboards, plan their trips, brainstorm on the design of a new apartment, plan a dream wedding… Please share your examples in the comments! Attach screenshots of your boards if possible
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!
Hi everyone, As both a Geckoboard and Miro user, I wanted to share this tip as I think it’s a super-handy way to make sure the team can access key metrics throughout the day, even if your team is fully or partially distributed. Full disclosure, I work at Geckoboard as the Tester, and use Miro to facilitate my teams retros. I’d like to share this as someone who has used Miro. I’ve always wanted to embed key metrics in a place where I know everyone can see them. What is the challenge or problem this resolves? Communicating key metrics to everyone in a fully-distributed team. What is your solution? Embedding a live metrics dashboard in Miro. Normally we have this up on a TV in the office, but given we’re all remote now, I’ve found a way to embed it inside Miro. Now the team can quickly see the metrics we care about. These are the important steps to do this: In Miro, click the more options menu at the bottom of the toolbar. Click Paste iFrame code from the Apps window. Switch t
Hi Everyone, Happy Friday! I hope everyone has had a nice week :) I myself have admittedly NOT gotten the hang of working from home. I feel a bit guilty as we’re on like day 84 of quarantine where I am in California and I still feel like I haven’t nailed down a solid working routine. For me, I just get so easily distracted throughout the day - my work days sometimes go as late as 8 or 9pm to make up for the feeling of not being as productive or as focused as I’d like to be during the day. What has helped you guys stay focus? Any tips and tricks would be very appreciated!
Like loads of people here, I love what Miro can do, and I desperately wish it could do more to support live facilitated workshops and interactive training. We need a really good facilitator/participant permissions tool as soon as possible. I am sure I am not the only one who is ready to move to Miro as the main platform for all of my online facilitation work with clients, but I am stalled because I don’t know how soon this main deficiency will be fixed. This is a big barrier to running workshops with less tech-savvy participants or with groups that I will only be seeing for 2-4 hours. That’s why I want to know: What can you tell us about what Miro developers are working on right now? What are the priorities internally? What will you all be working on next? Should we be joining together to hire developers to make add-ons, or can we count on Miro to keep improving the core product for live facilitated workshops? Can we help you? What can we do? @Anna Savina , @Marina , @Oleg K , @Le
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.
Hello and welcome to a discussion space about Distributed 2020! My name is Anna, I’m a Content Marketing Manager at Miro and I’m also managing the program for Distributed 2020. Last year, we had 14K attendees hearing from companies like LinkedIn, Slack, Salesforce, Amazon, WhatsApp, Upwork, HubSpot, Intercom, Atlassian, Zapier, Segment, Pivotal, Pendo. At this year’s event, we’ll be focused on providing you with the tools you need to solve the ever-evolving challenges of modern teamwork across three areas: Remote leadership: how can remote teams stay connected, productive, and resilient in uncertain times? Best frameworks and useful advice from leading practitioners: how UX designers, product managers, Agile coaches, and other professionals work efficiently in 2020. Miro workshops and deep dives: how to use Miro to make remote teams successful. Before we finalize our program and our speaker list, we want to hear from you. What are your big challenges while worki
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.
Dear community, today I am happy and excited to be able to share with you 2 blog posts related to the topic of remote work. Since it is an all-time-hot topic, I believe for some of you it will come in handy and serve as a good guideline and source of information related to remote work. We are in the outsourcing/offshoring industry, have been working as a distributed team for 3 years, and are currently fully remote. We shared some insights about our approach towards managing remote teams and ensuring business continuity in our first two blog posts. http://q-xperience.com/blog/ Give them a read and we would highly appreciate any feedback that comes our way :) Thank you
Yesterday was a grounding day. My team joined the Community Purchasing Alliance as they led a zoom meeting of 150+ school administrators preparing to collectively purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for their schools next year (gloves, masks, thermometers, hand sanitizer). By purchasing together they’ll access prices at a fraction of the cost of buying individually. Yesterday was somehow much heavier and more grounding than big-meeting-remote-facilitation-as-usual. In the break-out sessions we learned just how hard it is for schools all over the country at this moment dealing with so much uncertainty, and so many challenges at once. We bore witness to the courage and resilience of these school leaders in the face of these challenges and felt the gratitude of this network for the coordination… the power that comes from feeling organized as a large collective in a moment that otherwise feels so isolated, bewildering and divided. Felipe Witchger, at Commun
It would be interesting to see what folks come up for this challenge . Mine would be to invite a few hundred of my contacts to all join me on a board which has a background image of flowers. Then, with the collaborators’ cursors turned on, have them go crazy jumping from flower-to-flower and have the whole thing recorded with the musical accompaniment of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee. Top that!
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