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New free app in the marketplace that converts Miro visuals to a table with CSV export - Spatial tables
https://miro.com/marketplace/spatial-tables/The app allows you to visually describe table data directly on your Miro board. You can use sticky notes, rectangles, and text boxes like the example below. There is no sign up required. Watch a quick video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur-cBuaz5PM
Happy Monday crew! Thank you to all who could attend Friday’s session. It was wonderful to get to know you all a little better! Something that came up on Friday was discussing our favorite Icebreakers. We used this template (but with a World map view!) for our session but would love to hear your favorites below 👇 Also if you couldn’t attend Friday, we’d love to see where you are from and your classic picnic dish! Please drop in the link above. Have a great week!Michelle
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 It's Monday which means what we have 6 more amazing Miroverse templates to share with you! While many of us are getting vaccinated, immPACC Mapping by UBC Innovation Support Unit is more relevant than ever. It is a 2-hour facilitated workshop to help communities explore and improve COVID-19 vaccine uptake by bringing stakeholders together to discuss local improvements through the use of personas. immPACC Mapping by UBC Innovation Support Unit If you’re trying to stay close with your team while working remotely, you should definitely check out Visual Standup by Redstor Product Design @Diana Coetzee , and Remote Onboarding Plan by Kathrin Kohler , as well as The Sunny Side of the Team by Marina Bocharova The Course Strategic Canvas by Netmind allows a course to be easily designed quickly by considering its most important elements and viewing them simultaneously. Staffing Week Map by Huware is simple and intuitive and was born after the need of keeping the organization’s w
OMG, a meeting starts in five minutes, and I haven’t created a board for it yet! It happens to the best of us! Tell us about the situation when you had to get ready for the meeting and create a Miro board for it in no time. By the way, there’s a brand new course in the Miro Academy - Meeting ready in 5 minutes. This is where you can learn how to architect a board that will drive alignment and outcomes - all in less than 5 minutes.
Our very own @Shipra Kayan is featured in this great article today in Fast Company. Shipra explains the simple principles that successful facilitators apply to make meetings more engaging for everyone. Full article: https://www.fastcompany.com/90746457/3-science-backed-ways-to-help-you-run-better-meetings Any questions for Shipra after reading this article? I have a hot tip that she loves the Miro Community and will be happy to answer any questions or join the conversation here with you all.
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!
If folks would be interested in doing a hands on experience with our Timeline Builder template join us this Thursday at noon PST for a free workshop demonstrating the estimating and critical path portions of the template! https://pmgameboard.com/training/project-timeline-builder-workshop/
Could you please suggest which Miro templates are suitable for the below items:1. Interactive Product Integration diagrams - To represent the integration of different softwares in a company 2. Compatiblity Matrix - To create a compatibility matrix having different third party software used within a product. It would be helpful to suggest how to display alerts in this(any template) when some criteria is not met
Let's recognize the best of our Miro community! Cast your votes here for outstanding community contributors who have inspired you throughout the year. Winners are to be announced during the closing session of Distributed ‘23 on October 18th. Good luck to all the nominees and see you at Distributed '23 on October 18th!
I can’t embed it here, but I made a Vimeo video tutorial showing how to use Photopea to make lettering quickly and easily for use in Miro.Using Miro in one browser tab and Photopea in another, it’s fairly trivial to make text using fonts not included in Miro. Photopea has limitless fonts, and you can just cut and paste your text layer back into Miro. Easy!
Hi,I've seen many many tutorial, they are great...But, I am looking for a real workshop video.I wish to see how people interact at real time, not just Miro’s team explaining how it is meant to be.If you have any video/recording of a real user, I'll be glad to get one.Thanks
What must be said - to all the developers & programers @miro that we did not see and maybe not notice ...
Hello everyone @miro your programming people and developers,at this time I am working with my own templates for a workshop … and I have noticed what you’re worked on:Months ago when I added a created template on my board I have to think about the size of my template and I have to move my mouse on my board where is enough space.Now: No matter where I am on my board:Adding the template / Whoosh … it’s been placed automaticly where there is free space.In the past it happend that elements where placed overlapping. Not anymore!Thank you for all the work that you do and you have done that we did not see and notice.Your’e great - you do an awsome job - you making miro this what it is:One of the best tools in the world and you … you should get the best award in the world for it! Thank you for all your hard work !!! Michael
Hi folksA client uses Miro, so I’m using it for a workshop in a couple of weeks. I’ve already spent some time playing to get used to the controls.Some in my group of up to 15 will know how to use it but others will be a new. The client is sending a briefing out beforehand, but they’re busy people - I won’t expect them all to have the hang of it.So, I’d really appreciate some pointers for:1 How to set up a Miro board for brainstorming and capturing thoughts, with 3-4 groups 2 How to give them a walkthrough at the start (maybe combined with an icebreaker)Thank you
Hi folks! I just want to quickly draw your attention to a few new apps in the Miro Marketplace by Miro Labs that you may find useful: Bookmarks: https://miro.com/marketplace/bookmarks/Create shared bookmarks of board items / locations that you often need to revisit. [Demo video] Saved Selections: https://miro.com/marketplace/saved-selections/Snapshot and name complex selections of board items to reload later. [Demo video]Avataaars: https://miro.com/marketplace/avataaars/Enliven your workshops and presentations with your own custom avatars. [Demo video] Feedback is very welcome, either here, or using the Submit feedback icon in each app. Thanks! Thor.
I wrote this story on Medium titled “5 IT Management Words That Should Be Banned Forever.” In essence, it’s about the kind of impact the use of some common management words might have on an organization in general and the agility of product development teams in particular. What are your thoughts on this topic? Are there any words you refrain from using? Or words you try to use extra often because it helps enable a certain mindset?
This used to be such a hassle for me - I would think I’d double-clicked in to an object so I can begin text then editing and quickly hit Ctrl + A, only to find that the double click was a little off and I’m zoomed out to see the entirety of my board. Took some amount of time to zoom back in. Love that my zoom and viewport does not change, per a recent update.I recognize the feature’s been in place for a while now, just want to give a shout out to its application. Thank you for this adjustment! This kind of iterative quality of life stuff is the best. Another small quality-of-life improvement just occurred to me that I equally want to shout out - if editable text is bold, it won’t revert to regular weight when deleting all characters in the string or object. Fully deleted text used to un-bold, at which point I’d have to turn bold back on. This was updated a little longer back, just as appreciated.
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
Miroverse Monday: build meaningful connections on Linkedin, make sense of complex challenges, learn to apply wellbeing psychology, and more!
Hi all Welcome to another Miroverse Monday edition! This week we have 10 new templates! Diversity Canvas by Startupbootcamp is a tool that all teams can use to help better map how Diversity builds and impacts their work and products. Diversity Canvas by StartupbootcampThe One-On-One Canvas by Kamilla Queiroz offers a proposal for conducting a moment of feedback, monitoring and evolution.Sailboat Method by Zane Segruma will help you to zoom out from day-to-day activities and focus on the broader picture.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop by nativDigital will help you create transparency about the people involved in your project. This way you can better plan your change management and adapt your communication for your target groups.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop Benny Hill Sorting (Idea Dance) by Denkwerk will you identify the most popular ideas within a group and group people based on their interest.System Mapping Toolkit by Systemic Design Group will help you make sense of complex challe
Hi Miro Community! As the year winds down and we reflect on the incredible contributions of our community, we want to encourage you to share your templates on Miroverse! Why? Because your ideas can help to inspire our 60M+ Miro users with new ways to work! If you have a process, way of problem-solving, a creative icebreaker, or even a niche workflow, we’d love to share it with the world. Are there any boards you frequently reuse, or received high praise from peers? These make great candidates for Miroverse. You can also submit simple building blocks, like this blank calendar. Here’s how to get started: Explore Miroverse for inspiration – from product managers to primary school teachers, Miro is used by a variety of experts for all kinds of amazing things. Submit your template through the Miroverse submission form – it should only take a few minutes. Our team will review your template, offer suggestions to help make it shine, and get your work published. We've made it easy with a ch
CREATION SUPERSTATION Collage, draw or upload your own artworks to our Miro board!30 September / 18h00 (GMT+2) Hi everyone!Open Window (South Africa) is hosting an online doodle & typography event on Miro this Thursday at 18h00 (GMT+2).Here’s a recap of last year’s event to give you an idea. Edit access opens at the time of the event, but I’m sneakily sharing early view access because I thought some of you might like to see the behind the scenes (don’t tell anyone! ) Click here to register for the online event.#creationsuperstation2021 Keen to see some of you there or hear your thoughts!Nina
Hi,based on my daily work with templates where i created different templates for systemic coaching with already implementet graphics: I’ve got the idea to do the same for diagraming. So you’ll only need other diagraming tools and add the symbols to your library and create a template out of it.I know it is a pain to make this by hand but it could be a solution …Michael
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