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You can now add Mindmap Downloader to your board via Marketplace.Currently it supports exporting a classic mindmap to a heirarchy CSV.We’d like to support other data structures and filetypes so please send us any examples of what you think the app is missing.DemoTwitter Updates
The forum is the hub for Miro community activities! Find your people in Community Groups Check out Miro’s Community Groups, where you can attend events, connect with people who share your interests, and discuss what you love 24/7. When you find a group that interests you, click “join group” to stay connected and never miss out on top discussions or events. Start by joining Community Groups like Miro for Digital Product Design and groups in your native language! Connect and learn at free eventsYou’ll notice that Miro’s events have gotten a makeover. Now our events calendar lives directly in the forum and it contains more events than ever. With topics ranging from Designing Human-Centered AI to an improvised battle of Robots vs. Monsters, there will always be an event for you.
💕 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!
New resources to promote Miro to your colleagues. Introducing the Miro Communications Kit, a Miroverse template.
Promote Miro internally with our new communications kit! We’re excited to announce the Miro Communications Kit, a new Miroverse template packed with resources to help you get the word out about Miro using at your company. Check out the Miro Communications Kit on Miroverse. And don't forget to tell us what you think in the feedback form linked on the template.
Instead of these webinars, where it is strange to ask questions when you have set a tight plan. I would like to just go into Vimeo or Youtube and see how to do and get working. Or you could make interactive classes inside Miro as you do in the beginning.I would like to learn how to use Miro as a project planning tool. Inside a Scrum environment, or a Lean project framwork. I guess your projectleaders, developers already work with Scrum and Agile so it should be an easy one to teach newbees.Also weekly meetings and calendar integration would be nice to know more about, to get right into the best way to work with Miro and make it a productive tool that can help gaining profit and make the buisness thrive…
Hey Miro Heroes! Do you ever need to collaborate with your peers on the same problem, but not at the same time? Not face-to-face, or together on a video call?If so, we would like to hear your thoughts and learn more about this, as we call it, “Asynchronous collaboration”. Please fill out this short survey; It will take you about 2 minutes to complete it, but it will have a huge impact on making your Miro experience even better, so, your opinion is very important!Take the surveyThanks for being awesome! 🙏 If you have any follow-up questions or comments, please let us know in the thread. Also, if we select you for a call, based on your survey answers, we will offer you a $50 gift card, Paypal payment, or donation in your name, OR Miro swag.Srecko & Miro Team
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/
Hi Miro community, In the past months we have organised several Miro(verse) events and it has been a success and loads of fun! We are already planning many more, and would love to hear what topics, themes, and use cases you would like us to organise events around. Maybe there is a specific Miroverse template you would love to learn more about? Please share your thoughts, wishes, and suggestions in the comments
Hello, fellow Miro gurus. I’ve cited Miro articles (Hybrid Collaborating Field Guide) and used Miro as my go-to whiteboard example in a new book about hybrid facilitation, Hybrid Live Guide, on pages: 13, 17, 18, 25, 44, 50, 61, 86, 108, 109, 111, 113, 114, 115, and 126. The book is free to download and share: www.knowmium.com/hybridHere is a specific example of using Miro on pages 108 and 109:There are times when all participants will benefit from collaborating on the same virtual tools. In our effort to create equality, have all hybrid participants use the same exact tool. Beyond equality is functionality and collaboration, both of which are supported when groups use the same virtual tools. Miro is my go-to virtual whiteboard. Getting both in-person and virtual participants on Miro allows them to contribute to the same activities in the same ways and even be in the same teams. The in-person participants don’t need to be on a virtual meeting platform either, just Miro.Pre-session, I s
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
Hello Coaches! I found using Miro super efficient as a tool on my 1:1 coaching sessions. Are you interested in best practices exchange? I’m thinking to create a free template with my favourite tools and I’d love to consult it with you. I wish you courage to make all your dreams come true!Bart --Bart Bobrowski Freedom Coachhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bobrowski/
During one of our Miro Hero orientations, my breakout room had a delightful discussion about playing games 🧩🎲 in Miro. If you caught the APAC Community Events last week (shout out to @Joshua William Davies and @Isman Tanuri!), you know that Miro can make work really fun with delightful emojis, awesome extensions, and even hiding parts of the board. If you haven’t already, make sure you check out the Fun and Games section of Miroverse. If you have, what are your tips for adding FUN to facilitation and making work more delightful with Miro?
Hi Miro community, We have some fantastic new blog articles that have gone live over the past few weeks, so wanted to take a moment to highlight them here How to hold a strategic planning meeting: A simple, step-by-step guide for facilitators 7 steps to conduct a competitive market analysis How to use a decision tree diagram to reach informed conclusions: A step-by-step guide How to use the Ansoff Matrix for strategic planning (with examples) How to conduct an effective SWOT analysis What is a BCG Matrix? And how to get the most out of it All you need to know about PEST analysis Business process modeling notation (BPMN): Everything you need to know 3 types of Miro integrations that optimize your hybrid tech stack Enjoy!
Hi Miro Community!It’s the Holiday season! I don’t know about you, but for me December is all about reflecting on the past twelve months and making plans for the next year. This month, I’m really excited to take inspiration from Miroverse and use some of the templates to plan my adventures in 2022. Here are my favorite Miroverse submissions for yearly planning (both personal and professional): The Golden Circles: Plan with Meaning by @Ruslan Kildeev Theory of Change by @Piera Mattioli Personal Legend Turbine by Adam Wright The Crisis Curve: Navigating Intense Change by Wicked Problem Solving Personal Values Discovery by Business Journey Personal Map by Indigo Health Three-Year Long-Horizon Schedule by Matt Lane What are your favorite board templates for planning a year ahead? Share links to Miroverse and screenshots of you boards below and let’s help each other to find the best solutions!
Hi folks,in 2019 my way and journey with one of the biggest / best tools online started. Miro was my tool. It was the wayI thought I worked I livedI’ve done lessons / classes and coaching with miro.Everything I planned - even privately - I’ve done with miro.I enjoyed every second I had with my boards.Every time I worked with miro I was blown away what I can do with it ...But then GDPR came and I had to search for an other tool that fits more to my needs.So I searched for alternatives and I found them:Two competitor tools - yes the servers they’re running are placed in EuropeI now test them extremely and it looks that I really move to one of them.With one tear in my eye I’ll now go into the present christmas time … but also I really look forward that I can use in January a full Collaboration tool like all of you Non-European already are doing.Just imagine you can do everything you do in miro, without collaboration … this is the big restriction I’ve got …I just want to say thank you all
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.
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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