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Hi everyoneWe recently hosted an exhibition opening on Miro. We had a few artists create live drawings on the board and we held an opening speech and discussion via Discord/Miro.Here’s a video we made of the event and we’re hosting an exhibition ‘walkabout’ today at 18h00 CAT. Feel free to join! All the join links can be found here: http://www.openwindow.co.za/now-gallery-and-good-on-paper-present-viral/76814/
Hi everyone!First time starting a topic in the community! Hope you’re safe and well.Has anyone used Miro for musical projects apart from embedding YouTube and Spotify? I’m curious to see if composers can work together in a board to create a group song! Wondering how we can push the limits for collaboration within a virtual workspace.Maybe that could be a jingle or anthem for Mironeers.
Fellow mironeers,As some of you may have allready noticed some of my #miroArt on linkedIn. I consider myself a Miro-Artist and use miro to create pictrues and other creative stuff with sticky-notes/ shapes. I do not create them for any special purpose but to bring me and other miro-users joy.I want to share some of my artpieces with you and would appreciate your feedback. Some of them can also be found and used on miroverse. Feel free. The #MiroLisa: Made with 21.369 Sticky Notes/ Shapes The Boss Baby: Made with 16.194 Sticky Notes/ Shapes Funko / SquidGame: Made with 8.408 Sticky Notes/ Shapes Who of you is also creative in miro and made some art yourself? Would love to see, how others do it Rgrds Said
I, along with two friends, have a rooftop garden in the heart of Montreal. As you may know Montreal is not known for its long or reliable growing seasons, this being said organization is everything. This summer we are in has not been the best year for our garden, three different people had completely different goals about what to grow where and when. This resulted in a late start to the season and some plants not finding their way into the larger beds we built for them :( These sad tomato times have lead us to rethink the system, to say the least. One thing that set us back this spring was how all three of us showed up with a map of our ideal garden on a piece of paper and this led to us having to waste planting season arguing with each other. Last week we sat down next to our respective computers, opened Zoom and designed our next garden in Miro. We were able to plan it to a tee, it is to scale, we know how many pots we need, exactly how much soil we need, where the sun will be at dif
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!
Hi everyone, some news from the Miroverse here Since not too long ago we began publishing Miroverse templates weekly and are very excited about it. From now on, we will be sharing the inspiring work Miro users share with us Please give a warm welcome to our 8 new amazing templates this week: This week, we got 3 new Retro templates, two of which would particularly appeal to action film fans.Star Wars Sith Lord Retrospective and An Olympic Retrospective by @DWestgarth The Avengers Retrospective by Michel Veloso Company Organization Chart by @Reid Thomas is a great tool to help you visualise corporate structures Tools to Build Stronger Cross-functional Teams by Dorris can be used as a tool to create alignment on project goals and a tool to give feedback to your team mates Content Modeling by Nikoo Yahyazadeh breaks down your content into pieces (content types) and defines the relationships between those pieces of content. It also helps to structure your content and make it more reusab
I have several clients and I want to work with them separately. I bought a consultant plan - and now have a question - how to orginize work with my clients? Do I need to open new teams or I should make new project at the my main team and invite consultants there?I don’t want to pay extra money for additional licenses I want that boards created for each client see only this client.
I’m brand new to Miro and working on creating a large board for facilitating an all day workshop for a smallish group. I initially started by copying over some templates, but as I got comfortable I just started creating my own thing. I’ve discovered that I’m having to use text sizes of 900 for example, and the zoom is set to just a few %. Is there any problem with this? Should I be targeting using “normal” text sizes and doing everything at 100%, or is it totally irrelevant as long as I keep things in proportion to one another?I’m worried that I’m going to get even more hours into setting this up and suddenly realize that actually having apparently huge everything actually screws me up somehow.Any thoughts much appreciated! Thank you,
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/
Please Miro Gods! Almighty pros! Tell me I can define a finite space so my non-native-late-adopters can stop getting lost. I realize they can click on "me" to get back, but the stress of it all is robbing me of workshop time and the participants of a stress free experience. Would also love to be able to lock half the features so I can introduce people to one tool at a time. Is that a thing? Cortisol + learning curve+ more space than we need= creativity drain.
Hello,the miro programmers are awsome and added a new feature. This feature is nice and its a timesaver: You have to drag the arrow till the center of the sticky - till you see a white-blue-dotthan everything works perfect: @mironeer developers: Thank you miro - You’re awsome Michael
I am working with groups of 30 . Is there a way to easy ask for feedback in a group (like yes no?) . Like if people can say “ok” with a button so we know that everybody is in place and everything is working? Like voting but just very quick and not depending on space. Thank you!
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…
Hi Miro Community!May 31st is Miroverse’s third birthday and our second-annual online event, Into the Miroverse — a gathering to learn from expert Creators and connect with a global community of like-minded peers. 🙌In celebration, we’re awarding a couple of goodies from the Miro Shop to the four most creative posts in the comments below, answering the question: What does Miroverse mean to you? 💫For inspiration, consider your answers to these questions:What is your favorite Miroverse template and why? Which Miroverse category do you use most? What is your favorite Miro feature, or the one you use most when creating boards ? (Ex., Sticker packs, icon finder, pen tool, etc.)Get as creative as you like! All formats and ways of thinking are welcome — from Talktracks to written stories and everything in between. 🙂 Post by June 13th to be eligible to win!
Which are your favorite Miro-apps from the market place when it comes to create games or gamification elements on a miro board? My favorite is the “Dice” app. Very usefull for every activity that needs a dice or some random numbers.https://miro.com/marketplace/dice/ Select between 1 and 5 existing widgets on a Miro board and click on the dice symbol in your toolbar. On every selected widget a new sticker will appear showing a randomly generated number from 1 to 6.Key Features:Select multiple widgets simultaneously. The dice stickers will not disappear and can be deleted when they are no longer needed. Also the “Totally Random” App is very helpful.https://miro.com/marketplace/totally-random/ The app comes with four starter tools that run simple randomization functions:Pick 1 item at random. Pick a number between a min and max. Divide a group of items into X number of even random groups. Shuffle a group items’ positions randomly. Key Features:Pick 1 item at random: Select several widget
My business is one-to-one consulting. Concerning Miro, I would offer custom Boards along with consultation. For this to happen, I need the client to take ownership of the Board. Ideally, the client could download a file to open in their Miro account. I would love to just sell my Boards outright without consultation, as well. Is there a way to do this? I have the free plan now, but I would move to the Consultant plan so I could create a new Team for each client. From what I am reading, I can send a link to the Board (password protected) and they can edit (anonymously). I need advice on the most efficient way to transfer ownership of the board. After our consultation, I do not want to be the primary but I will need to be able to advise them into the future. Thank you.
Hi Miro Heroes We’re introducing big themes for each month to highlight different use cases and groups within our Community! This April, it’s all about Agile! We want to celebrate all the individuals, teams, and companies that prioritize their customers and are learning how to respond to change. Whether you are just starting to learn about Agile methodology or are an experienced Agile coach and practitioner, we invite you to participate to learn, grow and drive change together! How to get involved: Discover Miroverse templates for Agile Workflows and submit your own board to our library. We are super excited to see your favorite rituals and learn how your team stays agile! And stay tuned for a dedicated Agile April Miroverse Template Challenge! Join our Lean-Agile Evangelists community group led by @Henrik Ståhl to meet your peers, learn, share your insights, and share your learnings and perspectives! Do you have a unique point of view and several Miroverse templates under your
I’m running my Mindful Drawing online workshop within my Miro board. I host an audience and use the board’s drawing tool to demonstrate to the audience. Viewers can work on their tasks off to the side of the main area and I can zoom and pan out to look at their work while keeping an eye on everyone at once. It’s rad. I’m also using the collaborative board privately with my artists friends to play around during calls when we catch up during lockdown.
I cannot find answers to the technical side of how to set up a workshop. I want to run a training session with fewer than 20 people (initially just 5 or so) - I’ve learnt how to manage all the features but when I tried it out we struggled to all see the board we were working on. I need an idiots’ guide - do I just use share? What is the presentation option for? Can I get it so when I move the board around the participants see what I’m doing (I had to keep saying, ‘It’s under that, on the left’. We were using Zoom - is that the normal way? I’m close to giving up at the moment.
We’ve been tracking all the canceled in-person conferences. What’re your thoughts on event organizers pivoting to virtual conferences? We did this last year with Distributed 2019 and wrote up some of our learnings here: https://miro.com/blog/remote-conferences/ Has your company instituted any new work from home policies or travel bans?
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
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