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Project, process and task management with MiroI have started using Miro to map out processes for our company, globally. We have processes for internal business work, and for client work.I’m also using Teams with Miro to have boards, processes and tasks for different clients.Processes often require tasks to be completed by different employees and consultants.I need a way to: Create re-usable processes in Miro Assign tasks based on process steps, to employees and external consultants for completion Track the status of each task, request updates on status of each task See all tasks allocated to each employee or consultant and status of each Mark completed tasks as ‘completed’ Also, create ad-hoc tasks that sit outside regular processes or projects, and assign / track them as outlined above. I want to be able to track all of this visually. I know conceptually that there are tools like Kanban boards, and there are various task managers. Ideally I’d like to do it all within Miro, but I
Hi Miro community!I’m curious if there is a moment you can point to where Miro helped your team break down knowledge silos, whether it’s a template that helped surface information and foster collaboration or just the tool itself giving your team the opportunity to communicate async and align. Thanks!
Hey everyone! I’m a Content Marketer myself, and I managed MiroBlog for a while in the past, so I really liked using Miro for planning an brainstorming I recently published a template for Content Marketers in Miroverse, and I am also loving a couple of custom boards our Community members created: Content Strategy by Adrian Radev Content Modeling by Nikoo Yahyazadeh Content User Journey by @Ana Bender So my question is how do you use Miro as Content Marketer? Super curious to see more examples and methodologies
We have Miro integrated with our Jira Cloud system over OAuth 2.0. I’ve learned that direct refresh of Jira Cards isn’t possible without webhook call from Jira, which the OAuth 2.0 integration does not yet support. Can you please add plans for this ASAP? We have users that use the Miro/Jira integration lots (sprint planning, etc.) and this feature is very important for their productivity. Thanks!
I was struck to read this quote in an Atlantic article about The Great Resignation: As I wrote in the spring, quitting is a concept typically associated with losers and loafers. But this level of quitting is really an expression of optimism that says, We can do better. After 19 months of fear and ongoing bad news, I felt a sense of relief at the thought that this big economic shift we're hearing about could be a good thing for us. From what I've read, "The Great Resignation" may indicate a new way we're reconnecting with ourselves. As someone who tends to be cynical, I will gladly cling onto the idea that maybe all this bad stuff can lead to greater connection. What do you think? Are we connecting more to ourselves and even to each other amidst all this change? Or is this our attmept at finding a sliver lining to a grey cloud?
Hi everyone,And Happy New Year! Welcome to I hope you all had amazing holidays I’m sure you’ve already reflected on 2021 and it’s results. Can you share one of the most exciting things that happened to you last year? It can be your most successful work project, promotion, long-awaited Miro release, unforgettable event, personal achievement, etc! Curios to learn more about your 2021
Hi everyone Welcome to another Miroverse Monday update This week we have 5 new templates to share with you Uncover Motivations 1:1 by Bunch AI Leadership Coach is a process to help you find out what motivates your team members in your 1:1s Uncover Motivations 1:1 by Bunch AI Leadership CoarchPersonal Map by Indigo Health can be used with your team to start a conversation in a structured way! Business Ideation Jam by MING Labs will help you and your (client) team ideate around novel product and service ideas - in an energizing, creative and yet structured way. Business Ideation Jam by MING Labs Swim Lane Diagram with Data by NEXT LEVEL Partners is a fundamental tool to any transactional process improvement. The insights that you will gain while building this diagram as a team can be exceptionally meaningful. Visual Evidence by Cocomore includes interactive, visual methods for qualitative remote research. Let us know what you think in the comments, submit your own template to Mirover
Ummm are you supposed to look at the person on the screen? Are you supposed to stare into the camera?…. During the body language event today, we talked about how important facial expressions are on video calls because we can’t see the body of the person across from us. Even hand gestures are a different thing on video, so the face does the talking - literally and figuratively. Plus, eye contact is important to show someone that you’re listening to them and you care about what they’re sharing. But how do you do it? I find that if someone consistently looks at one part of their screen, it’s clear to me that they’re focused on me and we’re connected. I do the same - but I tend to put my video on the left side of my screen and notes on the right, so my head is slightly turned to the left when I’m talking to someone on video. Also, I’ll say it - it’s so obvious when someone keeps looking at themselves on video…it’s brutal but we all do it! So, what do you think? How can you make eye contact
On a massive billboard above the door of the NASDAQ building. It warms my heart to see a logo I hold so dear in such a sacred space. Linkedin articleI wish I lived in NYC because a selfie with the Miro logo on a billboard in the background would make an awesome profile picture. Side note, would a Times Square themed board be too busy?
Hello,as someone who often enough is filling the wishlist with his own wishes:I’ve noticed sometime a harshly demanding tone to make clear that a wish is urgently needed.We all know this - And everyone here can be sure:Miro knows about the urgent states of wishes.But please remember this:Miro is a great growing company that has over 15 million people using miro and it has grown so fast.Miro listens to every wish but it is a company that has to take care about much much more at this point … that doesn’t mean that we cannot vote for our wishes here… that doesn’t mean we cannot ask from time to time what about thisbut it cannot allow us to ask in the wishlist:“would you please respond to the requested topic”Miro got’s it’s own strategy in responding or in not respondig to requests and like in every company there are things that miro is not able to talk about with us because we are customers and not mironeers - Whoever works with customers knows:You’re not sharing everything you plan in yo
Hi, my name is Heri Hermawan (from Indonesia). During the pandemic, my colleagues and me at Asa Berdaya Consultant (psychological safety design in Indonesia) tried to utilize miro as a medium to optimize the counseling process.The results of this exploration showed unexpected results. Clients become more open, creative, and enjoy the counseling process. On this occasion, I would like to share this experience with interested colleagues so that they can use miro as a co-creation process for themselves or with counselors in their respective countries. It can even be a product development for your respective organization. We continue to try to build and study how to create interaction between humans in digital media by paying attention to aspects of emotion and design.For more information about us bit.ly/tanya-asaberdaya (click to connect with us on whatsapp chat)
A few weeks ago, @Thor Mitchell dropped a post about some new apps by Miro Labs.The Bookmarks app immediately caught my attention as I saw how it could fill in some gaps in my current Miro workflow. First, let's look at how I most use Miro these days.I use frames all over my boards, both as a way to present and export objects. I then use the Frames sidebar to navigate to said frames as I work on the board, but also while sharing my screen over MS Teams, Zoom, etc. If am presenting all frames in interactive presentation mode, I will use Present → Frames, but if I only need to present a subset of frames that are relevant to the current discussion, I will add them as Activities and then present using Present → Facilitate.The issue I have been running into lately is when the board object I want to present/move to next is not always a frame – nor do I want it to be a frame!For example, as I am presenting board content to someone, I may want to jump to some text or a sticker before moving to
Hi everyone I love Miroverse for it being a multifaceted space where I can learn a lot. Every Monday I am amazed by people's creativity and knowledge. I truly wish I knew about Miroverse in my previous roles, so much useful and amazing material How did you discover Miroverse and how has it been helpful in your job/life? We would love to hear about your experience
The inking (using a SMART board pen) doesn’t work within the Miro board. Using your finger to write works ok but is not a good substitute for a pen. As the SMART board inking is not compatible any drawing or writing using the supplied pen only ‘overlays’ and doesn’t embed into the Miro board. Essentially it won’t save any inking using the pen.
Hi everyone!We are preparing the first ever comprehensive report on facilitation. So far, we hear 36% of facilitators used Miro regularly in the past year. Does that match your experience? What other tools do you know of and use?Help us paint an accurate picture of facilitation today by answering our 15 min survey and sharing it with your peers!We will collect the results into State of Facilitation report that we will share with everyone, so we can hold a mirror to the facilitation community, sparking reflections and conversations about where we are at and where we want to go next.Thank you in advance and keep on delivering!
I haven’t logged in to Miro for a week or two, so not sure when this feature was released, but want to give a massive shout outs to the dev and product teams for building in the Match Height and Match Width features natively to the platform. Thank you kindly! Another step in the direction of batch action is always appreciated.Unless I’m overlooking something, only additional request I have is to extend functionality beyond images to shapes as well.
Hi all Every Monday we talk about new Miroverse templates, but there are so many amazing templates there already Has your template been published on Miroverse? Please share the link below! Let's share, inspire, and learn from each other
Hey Miro Heroes! Super excited to continue our tradition of celebrating our most active Miroverse Creators of the month! To support them, their templates on Miroverse and leave your compliment in this thread. In May, we have two leaders — @Henrik Ståhl and @Said Saddouk! They submitted three templates each! Check them out: @Henrik Ståhl Agile Battleships Agile Sinking Ship Collaborative Jigsaw Puzzle Icebreaker @Said Saddouk Pictionary in Miro Draw Your Profession/Hobby Icebreaker #MiroArt - RealMadrid Congrats to the winners! Let’s share our love with them!
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