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Hello! I am so happy to see this group support. There is so much information currently available that I am having difficulty navigating through it all. I would like to use Miro Boards for small group work in Zoom breakout rooms during synchronous classes and am not sure if this even possible, if not, I may just assign small groups in Canvas for them to use the Miro board to brainstorm. Has anyone used Miro with Zoom? I would also be interested in any other ways people are using this tool in higher education.
Hi- I am new to Miro, yet so far, it is great! Do you have suggestions for the best template for value stream mapping? Initially we thought to use flow chart and build out shapes, yet curious if there is a better template similar to shapes/templates that Visio value stream templates have? Thanks in advance for any ideas!
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Embedded Miro boards are cool, but they’re not responsive. The out-of-the-box HTML embed code for embedding a Miro board on a web page is fixed-size. Your embedded board will look great on a large screen, like a laptop, but not so great on a small screen, like a phone.Here’s a way to embed Miro boards on a responsive web page. I have an example at https://agilesoftwarecourse.org/backlog . It looks great on any device and screen size (as far as I know ).Here’s how to do embed your Miro board on a responsive web page:Get the embed code for your board: The board’s default embed code will look something like this: Copy-paste that HTML into your web page, for example:<iframe width-”768” height=”432” src="https://miro.com/app/live-embed/o9J_l6jHaVU=/?moveToViewport=-1758,-1612,1544,919" frameBorder="0" scrolling="no" allowFullScreen></iframe>Delete the width= and height= parts of the code. Replace them with class="responsive-iframe". Now your HTML will look like this:<iframe
Hi all , Hope everyone’s having a great start of the week This Miroverse Monday has brought us 9 new amazing templates SuperPersona Warm-up by Zane Segruma allows team members to get into the thinking and creativity mode, express themselves, and generate ideas. SuperPersona Warm-upMomentum Sprint by tini studio offers a comprehensive set of 10 workshop activities that will bring you through a journey that starts with (re)defining your Vision and Mission ends with a clear Action Plan towards impact. Business Case Canvas by Steve Lydford enables managers to visually and succinctly describe and analyse the key components of a business case. Use of the Business Case Canvas ensures that all major factors affecting the analysis, recommendation and subsequent investment decision are considered.OKR Planning Street by The Middle is a good, tried and tested, workshop for planning your next OKR cycle.Miro Beginners Training Board by mct inc. was created for workshop facilitators to train w
CREATION SUPERSTATION Collage, draw or upload your own artworks to our Miro board!30 September / 18h00 (GMT+2) Hi everyone!Open Window (South Africa) is hosting an online doodle & typography event on Miro this Thursday at 18h00 (GMT+2).Here’s a recap of last year’s event to give you an idea. Edit access opens at the time of the event, but I’m sneakily sharing early view access because I thought some of you might like to see the behind the scenes (don’t tell anyone! ) Click here to register for the online event.#creationsuperstation2021 Keen to see some of you there or hear your thoughts!Nina
I’ll be facilitating my first business requirement gathering session. What are your favorite Miroboard hacks for a seamless requirement gathering session? A few templates I would need:Brainstorming for technical requirements User stories creation Website feature prioritization
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Hi all Welcome to another Miroverse Monday edition! This week we have 10 new templates! Diversity Canvas by Startupbootcamp is a tool that all teams can use to help better map how Diversity builds and impacts their work and products. Diversity Canvas by StartupbootcampThe One-On-One Canvas by Kamilla Queiroz offers a proposal for conducting a moment of feedback, monitoring and evolution.Sailboat Method by Zane Segruma will help you to zoom out from day-to-day activities and focus on the broader picture.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop by nativDigital will help you create transparency about the people involved in your project. This way you can better plan your change management and adapt your communication for your target groups.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop Benny Hill Sorting (Idea Dance) by Denkwerk will you identify the most popular ideas within a group and group people based on their interest.System Mapping Toolkit by Systemic Design Group will help you make sense of complex challe
Hello Miro community! A friend and I, both Miro users, started exploring some Miro app ideas to add to the marketplace. Our focus is on apps using artificial intelligence. Currently, we are investigating 2. Image to Miro: Convert your images from other platforms into editable Miro Objects. Beautify for Miro: No more ugly looking graphs and mind maps. Use our AI assistant to automatically transform your drafts into something beautiful.Check out our website and vote for your favourite, it will help us decide whether to launch them in the marketplace! https://miroai.wordpress.com/If you have suggestions for new apps, do let us know as well!
Hi everyone Hope you're having a great start of the week I have some new Miroverse templates for you to enjoy UX Research Kickoff Workshop by Maria Hock is a 1-1.5h workshop during which researchers (or product managers) can gather and prioritise stakeholder questions around the challenge to tackle.UX Research Kickoff Workshop by Maria HockOpen Space 1 day - up to 70 people by Yassal Sundman helps you create a virtual Open Space conference with the feel of a physical space.Digital Inclusion by Cocomore is a modular blanko-framework for different types of workshops. It ensures the intuitive navigation and interaction on the board by clearly structuring, explaining and facilitating your approach and guiding your participants step-by-step through the process.Meta-SWOT by Owtcome is the makeover of classic SWOT that can be used as dynamic and action-driven tool for strategic scenarios. The result of Meta-SWOT is a powerful and more connected narrative that eases the execution path throug
I know we have the most creative community here @Kiron Bondale started a similar thread a year ago, and it was so cool to see the amazing artworks and get inspired! I want to revive this challenge, so please share screenshots of your coolest artwork made natively with Miro (pen drawings, sticky note art, shapes geometry, etc).For inspiration, visit this thread I will check this post again on Sept 28 - a submission which will have the most number of likes will get some Miro Swag!
Hi everyone Welcome to the fist Miroverse Monday this September This week we have 8 new templates to add to the Miroverse collection Playful Workshop: Mountain Theme by mct was created to make online collaboration using a virtual board more appealing, fun, and playful, Niko Niko Team Calendar by Daniela Felser helps you and your team to find out more about each other's happiness, and Kaizen Race - Retro Game by Felipe Cholla was designed to promote a fun environment during the continuous improvement sessions.Playful Workshop: Mountain ThemeKaizen Race - Retro Game Team Purpose Workshop by @Daria Rudnik will help you run a 2,5 - 3 hours session with your team and discover your WHY. Design Critique Playground by @Mimi offers a workshop template that supports teams to collect constructive feedback on design and improve the quality of solution.Part of Design Critique Playground Memorable Experience Framework by Audree Lapierre helps product teams consider the well-being and deligh
OMG, a meeting starts in five minutes, and I haven’t created a board for it yet! It happens to the best of us! Tell us about the situation when you had to get ready for the meeting and create a Miro board for it in no time. By the way, there’s a brand new course in the Miro Academy - Meeting ready in 5 minutes. This is where you can learn how to architect a board that will drive alignment and outcomes - all in less than 5 minutes.
Hi allWelcome to another Miroverse Monday edition This week we have 6 great templates to talk about Barrels, Hammers, and Fire - A Retrospective and 8 Bit Hearts - A Retrospective by Cody Wanberg are great for helping your team look back at challenges that rolled them over and victories/successes after a sprint, and identify if you were able to feel impactful in you roles, or interpersonal interactions.8-bit Hearts by Cody Wanberg Daria Rudnik’s Team Development Roadmap offers a comprehensive, 60 to 90-minute workshop template that helps teams to get some insights on their 1-year vision and what the team needs to do in order to get there.Rethink Ambiguity by Creative Gym ( @Frankie Kok) offers an intangible experience made tangible through navigating a design challenge that’s full of ambiguity, visualizing ambiguity using a journey map tool, and reflecting on our ambiguity experience.Rethink Ambiguity by Creative Gym Problem Statement for Logistic and UX Health Persona by Ergosign
Hello Community I’m pretty sure you’ve seen the following threads:Exquisite Corpse Exhibition on Miro Open Window Student Showcase on Miro Online Exhibition and Walkabout on MiroEver wondered what’s the story behind these online exhibitions? We did! That’s why we decided to talk with @Nina Torr, an artist, illustrator, lecturer, and our first community templates challenge winner. Read on to learn more about Nina, Miro exhibitions, student art projects, and incredible boards. First things first! Please introduce yourself Hi, I’m Nina Torr, I’m an illustrator/artist from Pretoria, South Africa. I teach illustration at Open Window School of Visual Communication where I also run the campus gallery space, NOW Gallery.I completed a BFA in Fine Arts at Parsons School of Design in New York in 2010 and a Masters in Fine Arts at the University of Johannesburg in 2020. Tell us more about how you use MiroI use Miro for online classes and exhibitions. For classes, I create a project for each co
Hi everyone Welcome to the second edition of the Miroverse Template Creators series where we introduce the people behind all the amazing work Last week I had a chance to chat to@Reid Thomas about his Miro(verse) experience Who is Reid?Reid is the community manager at Unito, an integration solution that builds two-way connections between your favorite work tools (with a Miro integration in the works! ). He is also an active Miro community member who created a couple of cool templates Finding Miro(verse)After finding out about Miro in a presentation at work, Reid started looking through Miroverse, borrowing templates, and learning about Miro by browsing through our community. He quickly became an active Miro community member after that. Reid is someone who believes that tools like Miro should not only be used in a professional setting, but also outside of work. For example, he once created a Miro board to help a friend plan moving apartments.He even used a Miroverse retro template
Hi everyone Every month, our community makes magic. I can’t wait to show you some of the latest and greatest things your fellow community members are doing! Community stories you don’t want to miss! We recently talked with @Nina Torr — artist, illustrator, lecturer and our first community templates challenge winner — to explore online exhibitions in Miro, like Exquisite Corpse 5.0. Read the full interviewExquisite Corpse board @Isman Tanuri wants to hear from people leaders working in organisations: how do you use Miro to engage and inspire your co-workers and to encourage open team conversations? Share your opinion @Patty Dowdy recorded a video walkthrough of an integrative thinking case study. Watch now Our Miroverse Coordinator, @Helena Brandist, shares her selection of inspiring Miroverse templates. Filmmaking, systemic privilege, and getting lost in a desert. Check them out A very important discussion was raised by @Max Harper about dreams, visions for the futu
Hi everyone I love Miroverse for it being a multifaceted space where I can learn a lot. Every Monday I am amazed by people's creativity and knowledge. I truly wish I knew about Miroverse in my previous roles, so much useful and amazing material How did you discover Miroverse and how has it been helpful in your job/life? We would love to hear about your experience
Hi everyoneI was wondering if anyone has a one-page cheat sheet or user guide they would be happy to share?We’re currently implementing Miro as an enterprise app at my organisation and as part of that, we would like to share a cheat sheet / user guide / training document with colleagues.Many thanks in advanceDane
Since as long as I can remember, if you were on a Free Plan, you have an Upgrade button:This helped to identify that a user was currently on Free Plan team dashboard.Today I noticed that Miro is experimenting with a new way of identify a team as being a Free Plan by adding the word free to the right of the miro logo on both the dashboard and while in/on a board:
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.
On a massive billboard above the door of the NASDAQ building. It warms my heart to see a logo I hold so dear in such a sacred space. Linkedin articleI wish I lived in NYC because a selfie with the Miro logo on a billboard in the background would make an awesome profile picture. Side note, would a Times Square themed board be too busy?
Hi everyone Welcome to another Miroverse Monday update This week we have 5 new templates to share with you Uncover Motivations 1:1 by Bunch AI Leadership Coach is a process to help you find out what motivates your team members in your 1:1s Uncover Motivations 1:1 by Bunch AI Leadership CoarchPersonal Map by Indigo Health can be used with your team to start a conversation in a structured way! Business Ideation Jam by MING Labs will help you and your (client) team ideate around novel product and service ideas - in an energizing, creative and yet structured way. Business Ideation Jam by MING Labs Swim Lane Diagram with Data by NEXT LEVEL Partners is a fundamental tool to any transactional process improvement. The insights that you will gain while building this diagram as a team can be exceptionally meaningful. Visual Evidence by Cocomore includes interactive, visual methods for qualitative remote research. Let us know what you think in the comments, submit your own template to Mirover
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