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Hi, everyone. I answer media requests and just ran across this one. If you are an agency owner who has used Miro and Mural, you could get featured in Cloudways.Deadline: 11:00 PM EST - 4 MarchQuery:Miro vs Mural: Which of these two do you, as an agency owner,use, and give solid reasons WITH screenshots (emailed email@example.com) as to why you use it and which featuresappeal to you more?Requirements:1. Responses from agency owners only! 2. With high-qualityheadshots 3. Please send screenshots to firstname.lastname@example.org I’d be interested in seeing any replies submitted, but I am only the messenger. I don’t have any additional information about this media request.
I have ADHD and I do have some object blindness. When I select an object and the contextual toolbar pops up, i’m often looking around and saying “where is it?” because it is white and i normally work on a white background.It would be helpful if the toolbar could be contrasted to stand out somehow. Maybe you could have it automatically manifest in a different colour from the background?
I would like to be able to embed a screencast in my Miro board so I can show people how to do something (rather than just a Talktrack... a “Showtrack”)This would be helpful with my projects where the users aren't familiar with how to do a step in a process in another application. I can show them and let them watch then comment on the Miro board.Thanks!
Hi! Can you recommend a template for me to use when I introduse my colleagues to building a board for them selves (our up and coming Miro heros)?There are plenty how to-templates for participants (navigation and so on), but I can’t find the right one for board building. I’d like to have some tasks like “now create a frame”, “upload a hyper link here”, “choose an icebreaker template”, “use shapes like this” and so on…. I bet there are plenty good
Hey Miro community, This is Danny from SpatialChat. We build the immersive video communication tool and our community love Miro. We provide the venue, that enables you to eliminate the need for constant tab-switching on your workshop. Seamlessly switch between different Miro boardsOr as a teacher you can seamlessly integrate multiple Miro boards into the virtual classroom, presenting content and engaging students without disrupting the flow of the class.Next Monday we’re having the workshop, with one of the Miro expert, Joshua Davies, Lead conversation architect at KnowmiumJoin our open workshop to learn successful collaboration and influencing for remote teams. We will cover problem solving, framing conversations, facilitating others views, while unpacking possibilities.We will speak and train how to influence without authority, find persuasion push, pull of sharing and understanding. In the session we will take concrete steps to impact in complex relationships with colleagues.
I have been using the Miro Assist Expand with ideas action on mind map nodes and am loving it. However, what has frustrated me is, when I have another objects type, e.g., a sticky note from a brainstorming activity and I want to turn it into a mind map, I have to copy the text, create a mind map, and paste the text into the mind map – that is just too many steps.Given there was no “switch type” action to convert objects into mind maps, but there is CRUD (create, read, update, delete) mind map in the Miro SDK in an experimental release, I had the idea to take @Yash's open-source Cardsy app (that makes cards from other objects) and use it to make a one-click solution to create mind map nodes from other objects.Thanks to @Max Harper for assisting with the final lines of code, you can try it our for yourself here:https://mapsy.glitch.me/ Note:This is an unofficial Miro app. You may also be blocked from installing it from your Miro plan admin(s). Mapsy is running on an experimental release
Hi all. I’m a super novice Miro user. Excited to be a part of this community.I am the product development director for TM International where we produce temporary tattoos and other fun paper products.I was introduced to Miro by our partnership with Target. The team fell in love and now we are trying to implement Miro to our daily lives.
Eu AMO o Miro e tenho dezenas de videoaulas gravadas.Gostaria de organizar um grupo de estudos no Brasil para encontros presenciais em São Paulo e online no Zoom.Quem topa participar? Veja uma das minhas videoaulas Eu moro em São Paulo e tenho o Espaço Konfide perto do Shopping Metrô Santa Cruz.Meu blog é MarcioOkabe.com.br
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