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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
Hi all Every Monday we talk about new Miroverse templates, but there are so many amazing templates there already Has your template been published on Miroverse? Please share the link below! Let's share, inspire, and learn from each other
Hi there Miro Community, The video below is a walkthrough of an integrative thinking case study I did this week. It walks our business owner through a tough decision around how she wants to grow her business. She isn’t content with option A or B, so she creates option LMNOP. I’d love feedback and I’m also curious to know how you guys handle the process-to-practical Miro applications in your own work. Here’s a link to the board if you’d like to check it out in further detail:
Happy Miroverse Monday! We would like to welcome 6 new great Miroverse templates! A great Garden Planning by @Reid Thomas that inspires us to create non-work related templates Garden Planning by Reid Thomas Personality Retrospective by Henrik Ståhl and It’s Time to Travel! by Azul Villamor are great templates to connect and have fun with your team. Somos Par UX’s Design Process template and Ergon’s Problem Statement map will help you generate a common understanding with all stakeholders, help the team to be aligned and be productive, and create a common understanding of all project team members.Design Process by Somos PAR UX Michelle Doyle’s Student Study board is great for students in Higher Education to complete modules and assignments. Let us know what you think in the comments, submit your own template to Miroverse & stay tuned for more next week!
We talk a lot on this community forum about HOW we plan, vision, design. Miro is perfect for collaborative planning and getting teams and communities rallied around visions of the future. In uncertain times and in a world in need of big action around challenges, I’d love to hear this visionary community’s dreams of the future -- for us to share WHAT we are envisioning. What are you visioning?Can you share some inspiringly ambitious or virtuous plans? What’s gleaming out there at the far end of your timeline? What new world or product or service is living out there at the end of your Gantt chart? If you have non-confidential information you can share - please take a moment to share. Here’s what stirred this question up for me recently. A friend of mine is working with a global NGO to launch a massive program to fund forest/mangrove protection and restoration with carbon credit funds. He’s engaged me to help him with org and operations design and planning. Meanwhile I look out my windo
Hi everyone!We’re hosting an online exhibition on Miro tomorrow eve at 18h00 CAT.The show is called Exquisite Corpse 5.0 and all the artworks have been created collaboratively by Open Window (a design school in South Africa) students, staff and Alumni. Here is the exhibition landing page. The board link will be posted at 18h00 CAT sharp. SEE YOU THERE!
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
Happy Friday There are so many inspiring templates on Miroverse, and we can't to stop talking about them Today I would like to highlight 3 templates from different categories: Filmmakers Storyboard by Persistent Productions is a useful tool for any content creator today. This board merges your shot lists, your film's dialogue and your visual elements all in one place. It puts together a road map for how your film will look when it gets into the edit bay and keeps all of your various teams, whether they are on set all together or you are producing the shoot remotely, on the same page throughout productionFilmmakers Storyboard by Persistent Productions The Privilege Walk (Game) by DesignComputing is a template to carry out remotely a group activity designed to help players talk about and share their understanding of the impact of systemic privilege. This activity is useful as an icebreaker and is also valuable for diverse groups to reveal the effects of systemic privilege in an uneven
Hi everyone Every Monday we tell you about all the amazing templates we publish on Miroverse We would now love to introduce the creators behind all the work This week I talked to @DWestgarth, the creator of Star Wars Sith Lord Retrospective, Star Wars Jedi Master Retrospective, NBA Retrospective and more, and asked him about his Miroverse story, template inspirations, and his future template plans How did you get into Miroverse? I got my first look at Miroverse taking part in the Miro Retrospective template challenge. I was blown away by the number and variety of templates available there as previously I’d used Miro exclusively for retro templates but now find myself looking at everything from org structures to UX assets and tonnes of agile event resources!It’s really helped me diversify the tasks and templates I create on Miro and it’s also a great resource to get my creative hat on and start putting together engaging and useful content for my org and teams. Why Retro templates?
Hiya, This week we have our annual offsite at Miro! Usually, offsite is an event when the entire distributed Miro team comes together to a single place to work and have fun together.Due to You-Know-What, this year our offsite (just like in 2020) was transformed into a HUGE virtual event And this is so cool! We have all-hands sessions, as well as breakout rooms with activities; fireside chats and amazing quizzes, and more. Do you usually have an offsite at your company? Did/Will you have an offsite this year? If yes, in what format? Do you believe that online events can be as engaging as in-person ones?Please share your thoughts in the comments The world’s biggest retro at Miro Summer Offsite 2020
Hi everyone It's Monday which means what we have 6 more amazing Miroverse templates to share with you! While many of us are getting vaccinated, immPACC Mapping by UBC Innovation Support Unit is more relevant than ever. It is a 2-hour facilitated workshop to help communities explore and improve COVID-19 vaccine uptake by bringing stakeholders together to discuss local improvements through the use of personas. immPACC Mapping by UBC Innovation Support Unit If you’re trying to stay close with your team while working remotely, you should definitely check out Visual Standup by Redstor Product Design @Diana Coetzee , and Remote Onboarding Plan by Kathrin Kohler , as well as The Sunny Side of the Team by Marina Bocharova The Course Strategic Canvas by Netmind allows a course to be easily designed quickly by considering its most important elements and viewing them simultaneously. Staffing Week Map by Huware is simple and intuitive and was born after the need of keeping the organization’s w
Hi,I've seen many many tutorial, they are great...But, I am looking for a real workshop video.I wish to see how people interact at real time, not just Miro’s team explaining how it is meant to be.If you have any video/recording of a real user, I'll be glad to get one.Thanks
I am seeking a consultant/ freelancer who can support our foresight workshops on a periodic basis. I realize this is not a job board, but it is difficult to find people who might do this work. (Also was not sure where to post this)Thanks for any recommendations! Amy
Like many of you, I am using Miro for live online participatory workshop events. Almost all of the people attending my events are brand new to Miro, and by far the most difficult part of the workshop is getting them over that first hurdle of learning how to use the tool well enough to participate. Half of the difficulty is teaching them what they should avoid doing by accident! This is much more difficult for people who are not digital natives, and in larger groups it is almost guaranteed that at least one participant will be lost and frustrated. What have you tried? What worked best?
A very big THANK YOU for such a great tool you guys have created for us! We use Miro all day, every day in collab sessions, daily planning- and standup meetings, creating visualizations, team structures, brainstorms and just generally having FUN as we connect with co-workers online! You make our work a joy! Here is an example of our daily standup board, each team mate has an avatar, shows what they’ve done yesterday, what they’re planning on for today, a daily gif and song of the day and then a show & tell section where we showcase our work and struggles and triumphs.Here's to many more adventures on Miro – we love you guys!
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