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Hi there,I’d love to hear some creative ways for how to keep people’s attention/focus during a workshop, whilst giving them enough “quiet” and individual time to work on an activity. So for example…..while setting people free to brainstorm for 10 minutes, I worry that given too much time, some people may drift off to do other work (check email, go get a coffee, etc). Particularly in this virtual space, where we’re not all together in a room. I want to give people enough time/space to work, but not risk losing their overall attention?Any facilitation tips on ways to do this? Many thanks,Adam
Hi Miro Community, Happy to share with all of you that we are lucky to have two awesome Moderators in our online community! I’m sure you already know them, but it’s time to announce this officially. Please give a warm welcome to: @Kiron Bondale @Robert Johnson Robert and Kiron, a huge shout-out to both of you for your dedication and willingness to help and support our Miro Community Become a Product Advisor too! Are you a resident Miro whiz? Love helping people find solutions to their challenges? You might be the next official Miro Community Moderator. Fill out this simple form and get ready to level up your Miro Product skills and help others do the same.
Miro is my new favourite tool!I’m a consultant and trainer in the UK and have written a blog post about my experience with Miro and how I set it up for workshops: Miro is my new favourite tool for online workshops and training. Thanks also to the community here for sharing so many great ideas.Ian
I’m planning to use Miro while teaching an online math course this Fall. For the synchronous portion, we will break into groups (using Zoom breakout rooms) and each group will work collaboratively on a worksheet, which I will integrate with Miro. Do you think it’s better to have a single board for that day’s lesson, containing a frame for each group? Or create multiple (identical) boards and give one board to each group? Of course a single board is more streamlined and will help me easily see each group’s progress. But my concerns are (a) the groups peeking at each other’s work rather than devising their own original solutions, and (b) one group accidentally messing up another group’s work.
Hi there Open Window is a design, film and animation college in Pretoria, South Africa.We’re hosting our final year student exhibition on Miro and Discord this evening at 18h00 CAT.Join us!Exhibition links will be published here at 18h00 CAT.Here’s a glimpse of what to expect!
As the Istanbul Literature House, we have completed our first digital Book Fair using Miro's unique features. It was our only second fair of independent publishers but, due to the pandemic, we weren't able to organize it in a physical space. Then we discovered Miro and started to think if it was possible to use its features to set up a digital space where publishing houses could open their stands, just like in a real fair. And it worked out beautifully. Each publishing house was able to work independently on the board, some of them prepared amazingly designed stands. We also organized 36 video events on Zoom and YouTube in nine days. Our Miro space became a place where people could see the programme (by turning the pages of a giant, pdf, booklet), find out the links of the upcoming events, watch the videos of previous events and visit each publishing houses stands to discover and buy some books.The fair has ended now, but we are keeping the board open for a second week. Instead of show
Hello,I just want to share a thing wich is so cool to me and I am really amazed how Visual-Notes could be used:I was searching for a short way to add a Downloadsection into my board - I have tried it by Visual Notes, where I added each PDF-file of the board into a section.I was so amazed about the flexibility that gives me this feature - with the “board object” I can choose each and every element of the board that can be downloaded and give it an optical look and feel of the board.Mironeers / Developers / Software-Engineers you are great!Thank you!!!!Michael
Hi Miro Heroes, We’ve launched this community forum earlier this year. And I wonder if you can share your experience with Miro Online Community Just a few suggestions to elaborate on: Do you find this place helpful? Have you found new friends/colleagues/soul mates here? What skills does it help you to develop? What are the most valuable things for you in this online community? Please leave your feedback in the comments below
gonna have 2 columns left and rightleft has boxes/items and going to draw arrows from those boxes on left side to right sidewhich template would be best for this?it’s basically a comparison/matching but cant do on google sheets cos cant draw lineswant boxes left right side aligned perfectly automatically
Summer's here and while a lot of travel for most has been cancelled we can still dream.I've always dreamt of taking a month (or more) long vacation to Italy. Traveling to different cities with my husband and tasting all the great foods and wine.We wouldn't have a very strict schedule and take things very easily. Absolutely no laptops and I wouldn't even think about work. Describe your perfect getaway!
I’m running my Mindful Drawing online workshop within my Miro board. I host an audience and use the board’s drawing tool to demonstrate to the audience. Viewers can work on their tasks off to the side of the main area and I can zoom and pan out to look at their work while keeping an eye on everyone at once. It’s rad. I’m also using the collaborative board privately with my artists friends to play around during calls when we catch up during lockdown.
A colleague of yours might want their own copy of a board you own or a client of yours might want to take a copy of a board from your Miro environment to their own Miro team.Copying a board within the same teamThe simplest approach is for your colleague to duplicate the existing board using the Duplicate command which is available from the “…” menu for the board in the Miro dashboard or in the board settings. You can specify the name of the new board, whether it will get created within the same Miro project as the original board or not, and whether to copy the current share settings. Your colleague will need to have full edit access to the original board to do this. Another option is for your colleague to create a brand-new board, select all the content from your original board (Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C) and then paste it into your new board (Ctrl-V). Again, this requires that your colleague has full edit access to the original board to do this. Finally, you can create a shared custom templat
Hi there,currently my company is looking for persons to join our Customer Experience Lab. We would like to run a remote accessment-center and invite 3-6 applicants simultaneously.We would like to guide the candidantes through a Design Thinking process and prepare some frames making them work together as a team. We think about running the workshop 2-3 hours.Has anyone been running a accessment-center in Miro before? What are your experiences? Do you have any inspirational boards to share? What Miro licence did you use? Have you been including break-out sessions?Any thoughts welcome :)
1am start time notwithstanding, @Joshua William Davies and I had a blast of a time co-facilitating this workshop session at Miro’s Distributed 2020 conference last week. We shared about how you can make Miro a safe working and collaboration space for everybody and aspects you can should consider when designing and facilitating experiences within a virtual environment.Do watch the video recording of the session and check out the Miro board itself!
any uses cases for note-taking? examples links etcthought this would be good for note-takingor any whiteboarding type app but it’s actually really badcos there’s no screen real estateyou would need a digital whiteboard that takes up the entire wallthen it’ll be useful. until then i dont see how this could be good for note-taking any best examples of uses cases for note-taking? examples links etc
I want to use Miro for presentations. What is the most efficient way to create a recurring frame in a playlist? For instance, I would like to keep referencing a Main Frame throughout a presentation and thus insert a copy of that frame as a different number, but it doesn’t look like I can make a duplicate of that frame. As the number of frames gets longer, It makes it more difficult to go back to the #1 frame. I guess I could add a shape with a link and put it near the frame I am on. Thanks.
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
Value Methodology uses team activities to be successful.Virtual meetings can be a one way discussion which reduces likelihood of a successful workshop. Set boards to accomplish set activities can revolutionize the process. lets work smarter, not harder. This can be the place to make it happen.For all of the Value Methodology practitioners out there… Lets collaborate on some common boards for our profession.
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
I am running a webinar in a few days and the plan is to use Miro to share content rather than PowerPoint. Its a rather large group so there won't be any participant inputs on the board (I know this is the whole point of Miro). Any thoughts on what the risks of this approach might be??
I cannot find answers to the technical side of how to set up a workshop. I want to run a training session with fewer than 20 people (initially just 5 or so) - I’ve learnt how to manage all the features but when I tried it out we struggled to all see the board we were working on. I need an idiots’ guide - do I just use share? What is the presentation option for? Can I get it so when I move the board around the participants see what I’m doing (I had to keep saying, ‘It’s under that, on the left’. We were using Zoom - is that the normal way? I’m close to giving up at the moment.
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