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Welcome to October's Miroverse roundup! Last month, you set an all-time record for most templates published with a jaw-dropping 200 new creations now available in Miroverse — incredible! 🏆Each new template added to Miroverse by you, the Miro community, is invaluable as they inspire Miro users around the globe with new, interesting ways to work, solve problems, and innovate to build the next big thing. So thank you to every Creator for making Miroverse a limitless source of inspiration for all of us!If you have a Miro board that you believe could make a useful template, there's no time like the present to submit! It's simpler than you might think, and who knows, you might find yourself in next month's roundup, receiving the recognition you deserve. 🚀 Learn more about getting published on Miroverse in the article or join our Creator training in December. Voltage Control | Most Published Miroverse Creator 🚀 @Douglas Ferguson and Voltage Control reclaimed the crown in October, securing
Hi, The brackets/braces shape is not working well for me. For one it doesn’t scale well. And the tip in the middle is barely visible, I wish it looked more like a bracket and was able to scale well. I end up using these arrows instead to create a similar meaning, but that can also be misleading and I often can’t make them look the same. In this video I scale the brackets from small to big. I also show how I add arrows instead and try to recreate the shape.
One of the reasons I use Miro is to consolidate information from multiple sources into one view... which is what I did with the Distributed 2021 agenda from the official site.I took screenshots of all the sessions and put them onto a Miro board. If anyone wants a copy of it, justopen the board click on the board name (top-left) and use the Duplicate.** WARNING ** This is board is NOT an official agenda - any changes to the agenda wont’ be reflected in the board!https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_lpkHp2A=/ If I made an mistakes, please let me know and I will update then ASAP.
Hi everyone, I am a U.S. Marine Veteran and have been working on a passion project in Miro for a while and would like to share it with the community for feedback. In the tactical components of the military we use a tool called a terrain model (see image 1). These terrain models provide the organization’s leadership and team members with a depiction of an operational environment. Moreover, these terrain models allow for “strategic overlays” where we can visually demonstrate our plan to ensure everyone is on the same page. This is a tool that has been used, to great success, for many years in the military because of its undeniable effectiveness. While working to take my personal training business online, I became frustrated with how siloed and fragmented the software space was. It seemed like I was only able to a view a single piece of the map at one time. I wanted the ability to see the entirety of my business in one place. So I searched far and wide for this type of solution. Althoug
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
🌟📣 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
As you can see below, @Robert Johnson, is within a hair of passing my score as “All time” active member of the community! I’ve held this position for a number of months and am more than happy to pass my “gold medal” to Rob who provides an unbelievable level of support to the members of this community! Great work Rob, and richly deserved!Kiron
Hi Miro Heroes Anna here, your Community Manager. 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. I’m super excited to share our conversation with @Clyde D'Souza, a Software Engineer and Author based in Auckland, New Zealand. In his spare time, Clyde blogs on Medium, teaches online on Skillshare and Udemy, publishes videos on YouTube, and created templates for Miroverse. He authored many fun templates for those who are interested in Agile and Lean methodologies as well as those who are into creative writing. We sat down with Clyde to talk about his passion projects and get some tips & tricks for aspiring Miroverse Creators, and I’m excited to share his wisdom with the Miro Community. Top Miroverse tips&tricks: Before you start creating your first template, try creating different objects, use different features from the toolbar, and experiment with apps
Hello there, Anybody can share how you use Miro as a UX Researcher? Next month Miro’s Researcher @Eduardo Gomez Ruiz will give a webinar on “Getting the most out of Miro as a UX Researcher”, and he’d like to show some examples from different companies to make it feel more real. If you’re interested and you could make a version of sections of your Miro board that obscures the details of the project and focuses on the format that other researchers could borrow, that would be great! Ideally, with a quote or a few notes into the HOW, PROCESS, or BENEFITS. Screenshots also work! Does not need to be fancy or super visually appealing. Our goal for the conference is not to show the tool but rather explore the ways to maximize the value for a researcher, which may entail how you engage stakeholders with your research process or findings, how you do the analysis or capture notes, how you present the findings, etc. If you want to be featured explicitly during the talk (optional), please also s
We know Miro as “simply beyond awesome” for virtual collaborative work, such as product development, design thinking and managing work flows. As a facilitator (including yours truly), we’ve used Miro extensively to deliver learning events and workshops. But how about people development? For the people leaders amongst us, working in organisations, have you used Miro to engage and inspire your co-workers? Or as platform to encourage open team conversations? What are your action-oriented leadership moves using Miro?I would love to learn what you’ve done for your team members, and the impact you’ve made using Miro as a people development tool. Here’s some plays that I’ve created and curated from The Facilitative & Visually Engaging Leader that I hope can trigger your own ideas! How might we...ensure diversity in hiring is TRULY practised and leaders are informed How might we….ensure team agreements are inclusive by making both co-workers AND leaders accountable and responsible How migh
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
Hi community! My first post here, so nice to be part of this community.I’ve been exploring using Miro for causal loop diagrams or diagrams often used in Systems Thinking. Miro has been good for capturing elements (as text or sticky notes) and makes connecting them with different lines easier. The alignment tools allow me to align text with each other, but for more complex graphs this becomes more difficult.In an ideal world, I would love if Miro could automatically adjust the elements for easy readability. This would save me from moving each element and line around when we add more.Does anyone here use Miro for similar diagrams and found a way Miro can help focus on building and evolving a diagram, instead of fidgeting around with the layout?Thanks in advance.
I just completed my first few Miro workshops. I experienced a repeated problem. Maybe I missed something but I locked almost every board and object but I had pre-loaded some of the frames with blank sticky notes. At one point during the workshop, a participant or many participants moved all the sticky notes, I’m sure by accident. I’m not sure if they accidentally highlighted them all or they were grouped by me beforehand. At any rate, are there any settings or ways to avoid participants moving things around? It messes with a facilitated session if you get to a board that has been manipulated inadvertently. It has happened to me in every session I’ve done. It would be great if there were some controls to limit participants privileges on the board in terms of what tools they can use. Like can you lock them out of making arrows or shapes, etc?Thank you!
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!
Hello, I would like to share a video of Tom Solid, who is founder of PaperlessMovement. He shows what the Stickies Capture in comparission with the Post-it-App can do: Guess who the winner is? I know what I can do with this feature but after this video I was impressed. Thank you at miro for creating this!!! Michael
A common technique used in many agile meetings is Fist of Five voting, where everyone raises their hand showing 0-5 fingers indicating a range of agreement. How do you do this well using Miro? One of the most important parts of this technique is to identify who has low confidence so that you may start a discussion. I can put 6 cards in a region and use the voting feature, but the Miro voting feature seems completely anonymous, so I would have to get the low voters to speak up to identify themselves. Does anyone have another technique to vote and more easily start the right conversations?
Hello friends, I was turned on to Miro by hearing on a Podcast that a tv writers room used it to track their story outline. After starting my own account, I see vast potential, but am a little lost on what functions would be best suited, so looking for some suggestions. Basically what would be nice, would be to have a ‘index card’ system… or maybe more of a linear timeline thing, where you can add scenes, rearrange them, and if you pull one out - they all slide down to cover the hole. Any ides or links to tutorials would be helpful! Alex
I’m taking the time to create my BUJO in Miro. I’m a visual person and miss having things laid out infront of me. My tiny bedroom studio in Belgium has shrunk my useable space for work planning. I miss my big wall, I miss my studio. Miro solved my problem by allowing me to spread out and take the space i need to create my mental maps.
Is no one talking about the Attention Management feature yet? This is so very welcomed and a major feature! Every session for a new group of training or workshop participants, it usually takes a while for participants to learn the "Watch my screen" instruction when I start screen sharing. Sometimes, participants didn't even see the blue 'Join' button (tip: Refresh browser/app if this happens) This Attention Management feature just shortened this entire process! Thank you, @Marina and team, more love and power to Miro :)
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