Inspiration and connection
Miro hacks, fancy use cases, inspiring discussions, creativity, networking, and more 😍
- 431 Topics
- 2,540 Replies
Hey! I wanted to introduce you all to a new integration from Unito (where I work) that allows you to turn Miro cards into tasks in Asana and Trello and keep them in sync. This way, you can easily move brainstorming or planning sessions over to project management tools once you’re ready to start the work, without losing any context! We launched today, so you can check out all the details on Product Hunt. Plus, to help you get started, here’s a free template you can use to map your product launch lifecycle, and then sync into a project management tool once you’re ready to operationalize it. If you have any feedback, just message me here on the forum or reply to this message :)
Welcome to this month’s Miroverse roundup! 🎉 Miroverse continued thriving throughout the month of August as you, the Miroverse community, collectively contributed over 100 new templates. That’s over 100 new ways to collaborate, play, plan, design, and research.But wait — the excitement doesn't stop there! Let's take a moment to honor and celebrate the exceptional contributors whose creations led the way. If you have a Miro board that you believe would make a useful template, there’s no time like the present. 🏆 Submitting a template is simple, and likely easier than you think — and who knows, maybe you’ll see yourself in next month’s roundup! Visual Collaboration System™ | Most Published Miroverse Creator 🚀 Huge shoutout to @Ole Qvist-Sørensen and his strategy, learning, and design agency, Visual Collaboration System™! They've soared to the top as August's Most Published Creator. 🏆With over 15 years of international experience, Ole has been a true champion, guiding leadership teams
Hi Everyone,I’m new to Miro and I’m a bit stuck with something. Hoping that a Miro Hero can come to my rescue.I’m working on an internal help centre for our support team (20 members) and need to create categories for around 200 articles. I want the support team to create the categories and sort the articles via card-sorting.I’ve set up a Kanban board with 45 cards (article titles) and columns for groups. I’m pretty happy with the board so I’m ready to share it with the participants to start getting their input.Here’s where I’m stuck.I need help with understanding the best way to share my Miro board for card-sorting so that each participant has their own version to work on. I want them to sort the cards (articles) and name the groups individually and independently of each other.How can I do this?Is the only way to create duplicate boards for each participant or is there are more sophisticated way?I’ve been searching for 2 days, so please let me know if you have the steps or links to an
Have you ever needed to create frames around multiple objects and found using the right-click → Create frame over-and-over to be tedious and a waste of your time? You're not alone!After a collaboration between a few of us Miro enthusiasts, we bring you: Framer.In short: select some objects on the board, fire-up Framer, and now you have frames around each of your selected objects. Use casesQuickly present (and collaborate on) a PowerPoint on a Miro board in interactive presentation mode – add your PPTX document to the board, extract all pages, select all pages, and Frame them. Quickly frame and export a number of objects as a PDF, e.g., annotated PDF pages that you had already extracted. Have another use case? Please, share it with the Community here!There are a few catches...This app won't be published in the Miro Marketplace, but you can download it using the direct link at the end of this post. Why won't it be published in the Miro Marketplace? Well, to be honest, we didn't even tr
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.
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.
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
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!
Miro Heroes are creative and innovative super users who use their Miro superpowers to help others make the most of Miro. Let’s get to know Miro Hero Rodrigo Santander! 👩🏽💻Role: Solution Architect🏢Organization: Orange Digital CX📍Location: Mexico City, Mexico 🖼️ Favorite Miro Template: Journey Map for Customer Experience - “Hats off to Essense for creating this easy-to-understand and use customer journey mapping tool. You can jumpstart a workshop right from the template.”🙏Top Miro Feature: “Real time collaboration for customer journey mapping.”💡 Proud Moment: “I switched from agency work as a Creative Director to enter the world of tech on the Salesforce Ecosystem, and two years later, I'm 8x certified and recently became a Salesforce Marketing Champion, while helping our clients succeed by designing marketing automation strategies. I'm always sure to bring Miro as an essential part of my workflow!” The Miro Hero program offers exclusive perks, benefits, and opportunities to dir
📅 Welcome to the July Miroverse roundup! 🎉 This month has been nothing short of extraordinary, with a burst of creativity and innovation taking over the gallery. 🚀✨ In total, we've seen a whopping 150+ templates added, setting a new monthly record! 🏆Let’s give a big round of applause to all the creators who've contributed to this month's success and shine the spotlight on a handful of those leading the way. 🙌 💡 If you’ve got a template ready, or a even a Miro board you think would make a good template — take a shot and submit it! The template submission process is easy, and our team is here to guide you along the way if you’ve never submitted before, or even want to workshop a half-finished template. Let's keep the creativity flowing in the Miroverse community! 📩 Ben Crothers | Most Liked and Copied Miroverse Creator 🚀 🎉🚀Big congrats to Ben Crothers, Principal Facilitator at Bright Pilots, for embarking on an amazing creative journey in Miroverse by the end of July! 🌟✨ His
I've just been trying to use Miro for Story Mapping using the Story Mapping template. It was looking good to start with but after a while when I came to need to organise Activities and items on the backbone row it all just fell apart and I had to give up.The behaviour of the Activity and Backbone row items basically breaks the entire usefulness of the User Story Map template for me. The way I story map, I have Activities at the top, then items on the backbone row form the 'walking skeleton', these are the minimum set of non-optional stories that enable the system to work. To start with items under the backbone might be details or sub-tasks of backbone items, but further down the map, perhaps several release slices down, tasks at that location still relate to the activity, but may not relate directly to whatever task was on the backbone row. These later tasks might represent alternative user journeys through the system, or quality of life improvements for the activity.The problem is tha
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
When using a collaborative online tool like Miro, it's natural to encounter questions or issues that require assistance. Miro offers two primary channels for users to seek help and find answers to their queries: contacting the Miro Support team and engaging with the Miro Community. In this discussion, we will explore the benefits of each option and when it might be best to choose one over the other.1. Miro Support Team:The Miro Support team is a group of dedicated professionals who provide direct assistance to users. Here are some key aspects of reaching out to the Support team:- Personalized Assistance: When you contact the Miro Support team, you can expect personalized responses tailored to your specific issue or question.- Technical Issues: If you encounter technical problems, errors, or issues related to the Miro platform itself, the Support team is well-equipped to handle such cases.- Account and Billing Matters: For concerns related to your Miro account, subscription, or billing,
Hey, I hope everyone is doing good. My team and I have transformed our whole Ivacy VPN website using Miro. From Wireframing to conceptulizing, to content placement, we’ve done everything on Miro. It has really helped us alot. So, I was just curious to know if there are any Cybersecurity brands here who are using Miro and how it helped them redesign their website?
Welcome to the April Miroverse community roundup! Last month has been an exceptional display of your creative abilities and teamwork. We're thrilled to announce that the gallery has grown by over 130 unique templates! Enjoy and explore the newest templates to find inspiration for your next project. 💫 In this article, we'll highlight standout creators with the most copied, published, and liked templates in April. Remember — creativity fuels creativity! So, let's dive in and recap our community’s incredible accomplishments from this month. Hannah Walker | Most Copied Miroverse Creator 🚀 🌸 We hope you enjoyed the Easter festivities this month.🐰 Speaking of which, we've noticed a popular theme among our Miroverse community — Easter retrospectives! 🐣 Hannah Walker's Easter Retro board has been used over 100 times by the community. So, if you're looking for inspiration for your next occasionally-themed retrospective, be sure to check out Hannah's profile and her Easter Retro board. 🤩
Have you heard of the Miro Hero program? Miro Heroes represent some of our most active, creative, and innovative users on Miro. Get to know Véronique Carbonneau and you’ll see why! 👩🏽💻Role: Coach in Impact & Strategic Clarity 🏢Organization: Garrow & Evoy Consultants 📍Location: Montréal, Canada 🖼️ Favorite Miro Template: Theory of Change Framework - “It's the canvas of my day-to-day work. It can help other organizations to think about the impact they want to create other than just making money, I believe it can help resolve a lot of social issues.” 🙏Top Miro Feature: “The ability to see the layers on the board!” 💡 Proud Moment: “I believe that when I think about my greatest career accomplishment so far, it is to have trusted my own abilities and to have pursued my explorations and curiosity by building my own academic journey, even if it was not "classic". My multi-disciplinary background allows me to simplify complex thoughts and to converge ideas towards solutions
🌟📣 Welcome to the June Miroverse community roundup! 🌈☀️ This first summer month, along with being Pride month, has brought a wave of trendy topics to our vibrant Community Gallery. 🏖️🌈We're thrilled to announce that last month, you, our incredible community, submitted over 100 templates to Miroverse, adding even more value and inspiration to our ever-growing gallery! 🎉🎨 With every new template, we continue to foster a community of creativity and collaboration.Let’s celebrate the remarkable achievements of our community throughout this month. 🚀💫 From stunning templates to impactful contributions, below is a recap of the incredible accomplishments that have shaped our Miroverse community in June. 🌟✨ Tyler Latshaw | Most Copied Miroverse Creator 🚀 🏖️👀 Looks like June has been all about beach vibes and vacation excitement in your online meeting rooms! 🌴⛱️ Thanks to @Tyler Latshaw's amazing Beach Retrospective template, you were able to turn these topics into a productive wor
Hi Miro Heroes! Anna here Are you working up to subject matter expertise and dreaming of being published in Miroverse, — but aren't super confident with design? Match with experienced Miroverse creators to collaborate on a template together. We’re starting this thread so our Community members can collaborate, learn from each other, and share their favorite templates in Miroverse. To participate, please add a comment to this thread with the following details: If you have a template idea and seek help: Add your name and your role Write 1–3 sentences describing why you are interested in building the board and what type of audience are you hoping to reach [Optional] If you have a vision for the board design, describe it l so Miro experts and enthusiasts with matching skills can find you If you are volunteering to help: Add your name and your role Comment on the idea that you are most interested in With your partner, decide what’s the best way to coor
Log in to the community
Log in with your Miro account
Enter your username or e-mail address. We'll send you an e-mail with instructions to reset your password.