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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
What is everyone using to layout semester long plans?I’ve used frames to orgainze content by topic, I’ve Product Roadmap templates, Frames with items inside of them (which means I have to constantly resize the frame) and am not 100% satisfied with either solution.Some of the key things that I need to do is:Organize materials by week Content needs to be easily moved around as each semester has different holidays Mark tasks as done when they are entered into the LMSThanks for any suggestions you can give!
Hello All!Miro has been a savior to our innovation consulting business. And Miro has evolved greatly over the past 15 months (thank you!). We’re now wondering what the world will look like as we get back to traveling to do workshops with clients, and have a couple of questions. We’re anticipating that we’ll be doing some workshops where people will be both in the room and remote at the same time.How do you all anticipate managing this hybrid environment with Miro? (or how do you currently do it?) Typically we have people focus on each other, rather than on a laptop in front of them, adding sticky notes in Miro. In fact we discourage computer use during workshops, so that they can focus the ideas and energy in the room (we tend to scribe ideas). Would everyone just have their own input device or could we just capture on a central device? If you’ve done workshops like this, what challenges have you come across and how have you resolved them? If you are doing these hybrid workshops, how d
It’s time We’ve already started sharing photos of our pets in different topics (for example, here is @Kiron Bondale’s puppy ). Let’s collect all of them in one thread! Leave a comment with a photo, write a name of your pet. Funny stories are welcome As for myself, I used to live with the cat Listik (a Russian word for a ‘leaf’). My story is not really funny: one day I became allergic to cats and dogs and rabbits (maybe somebody else), and I had to find a new family for my amazing, playful, tender, beloved cat. I can’t express my love to him! But we had to split up
Who here works in a learning and development or training capacity at their company or uses Miro for those purposes?I’d love to hear how you’re using it to foster engagement and facilitate learning in the workplace.What boards are you using?What templates are most useful for you?what works? What doesn’t?
Hi, Miro Community. I created a 1-hour video tutorial of (almost) all Miro features and functions. Each specific function is time stamped in the Youtube video description. The video covers with navigating, then left side menu functions, onto tips for sharing boards with others, and finally the bottom left menu’s presenting and facilitating options. I hope it helps new users as well as experienced users who might see something they’ve never used. The video is public and sharing is welcome.www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJG2LUmyv2E&feature=youtu.be
Hi all! I’m a semi-newbie to Miro (in that I haven’t used it much) and would like to understand the nuances of it’s application from different people who are active users. Could anyone point me to some recent case studies or articles where Miro was part of a project/endeavor? It can be on Medium, a related Miro blog, LinkedIn, etc. Doesn’t really matter. :) Thanks in advance!
Hi folks! For those of you who I haven’t met, I am the new community lead at Miro. It’s great to be here!As our team works to make a fantastic community program, we need your feedback! My question for you is: How did you first get involved with the Miro community & what keeps you coming back?Thanks for your input!
How have you structured Miro boards to use them as "hubs" or "libraries" to manage complex information?
I’m interested in examples of how you are using Miro to visually organize complex and nested information for intuitive, asynchronous exploration. What are we doing to allow communities to “live” asynchronously in Miro beyond live workshops and events?For example, as a:homebase hub library archive system map mission control Some use cases:As basecamp for a conference, organizing all conference-related activities at a glance, like the Mission Control board for Miro’s recent Distributed 101 Conference or this Book Fair shared by @Istanbul Literature House As the backbone for an entire college course curriculum that students visit each week to find their assignments and weekly workspace. As a hub for a community of practice, to hold an ever-growing collection of learnings, conversation, and resources. As a map of MULTIPLE cohorts/communities within a large network. (I’m picturing a map viewed from overhead, with “towns” that represent different communities of practice you can visit, or
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
I am running a workshop where one of the tasks of the participants is to formulate a statement around their Vision. I wanted to reach out to the Miro Community to see how others are doing it. This is a simplified summary of my approach: 1. I ask them to fill out a survey where they each are to describe their Vision. 2. I invite them to the board where they get 3 dot-votes to vote on the contributions they think are the best (if it is a 10 people team, there will be 10 formulated Vision Statements to vote on). 3. I ask them to look at the results from the vote, and describe the Vision with 1 word only. This creates 10 words which all are probably very important to the Vision. 4. Filled with insights (hopefully) from the vote and the 10 words, I ask them to come up with an updated version of the Vision Statement using the 1-2-4-All tecnhique. I feel that this creates a lot of engagement during the process, but sometimes people are not ending up with a conclusion they hoped for / feel c
💕 Happy Valentine’s Day! We can hardly express how much the Miro team appreciates every single one of you. From innovative Miroverse templates to helpful conversations, to engaging events, you’re always creating something that helps people learn and grow. So much gratitude from @Colleen Curtis, @Natalie Larino, @Helena Brandist, @Anna Savina, @Olena Avramenko, me, and all of us here at Miro. Will you help us share the love? Comment here to @ mention someone in the community whom you appreciate, call out your favorite Miro feature, or link to your favorite Miroverse template!
This week, Game Board by Nadja Krendel is the Template Of The Week (or TOTW). It is a collection of 18 games that were designed for remote company / project / team events, allowing lots of participants play together. Do you like this template as much as we do? Leave Nadja a compliment here, her template on Miroverse, and feel free to share your favorite Miro game templates in this thread! Voting makes template discovery easier for other members of Miro Community and supports those who are contributing to Miroverse in such a meaningful way. How do we choose TOTW? It’s a mystery! But upvoting helps!
Hi Miro Community, We’ve assembled a list of Miro Community offerings where you can either participate and contribute yourself, or just attend, learn best practices and become even more successful with Miro. 🤝 Meet the Miro Community Introduce yourself. What a great way to start your community journey - meet your fellow Miro Heroes and network.Join community groups. This is where you can connect with people who share your interests and discuss what you love.Attend community events. Learn best practices, share ideas and make connections at our virtual events. Want to host an event for the Miro Community? Reach out to our Community Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. 🎨 Unleash your creativity and get inspired Become Miroverse Creator. Miroverse showcases the tried and true workflows, projects, and frameworks of the Miro Community, as well as their creators.Take part in an official Miroverse Template Challenge. Share with the community how you Miro and win prizes! Don't forget to click Subscr
Hi all, I wonder if we have avid readers here As for me, I am reading several books at a time (not sure if it is the right approach though ). They are so different! The Power of Focus (a self-help book on business, personal and financial success) The Courage to Be Disliked (Alfred Adler’s psychology and philosophy with a little bit of oriental wisdom) The Miracle Morning (very inspiring; that’s the second time I’m reading it) Get Together (a great book on community building) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (do I even need to explain? ) Super interested in what Miro Community are reading! Share your books in the comments Let’s have our own book club
Hey, fellow product managers! How many feature requests do you have in your backlog? And how many of them will you actually implement? Does the user ever hear back again about their idea? Oof, customer requests... Tricky they are! Like you, we at Miro love our customers, and they love us back: we get lots of great feedback and tons of amazing, elaborate feature ideas. There are several channels that we are tracking: NPS survey feedback, support tickets, shoutouts on social networks, regular feedback review meetings with customer success and support agents. But while we certainly want to deliver as much value as possible, it may be challenging to manage customers’ expectations when it comes to these requests. So how do you go about it? Please share with us your tried and tested ways to track and follow-up on customer requests to guarantee the best user experience. Or, take part in this short poll, and leave your own option in the comments!
Hiya! Since @SpartanGomez and @Stephanie Nakano already shared their passion for gaming in the past, I thought it would be cool to know each other a bit better.What're your hobbies apart of the primary career? What do you like the most? As for myself, I’ve been deejaying since 2006 and making the music events for the last eight years. Under these circumstances, I brought more than 30 international artists to Russia and built an active community of 11,000 music lovers — 170bpm.ru. As strange as it may sound, I spent about the same time to learn how the human body works, so I usually handle the support role for my colleagues and friends if they need advice on training or nutrition. My latest love is surfing and at the moment I’m working on my project to help people to prepare themselves for this beautiful type of physical activity. Looking forward to hearing your stories behind the job :)
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??
Hi, Miro Community! Questions I have are about your process of preparing and using your workshop agenda. Could you share your experience on these topics:— When do you design your agenda: before or after you design everything on the board?— Where do you usually keep it?— Does every step in your agenda represents an area or objects on a board?— How do you align participants around it: by demonstrating a board or going through a separate agenda doc?Thanks a lot!
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