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Hello!

This is Dina Al-Mawed. I have been introduced to “Miro” website in an educational workshop and have found it beneficial!

Will be happy to explore it more to use it efficiently in my classroom!

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Hi, This is Blanca. I love Miro not only because is a "good visual collaboration tool" but because it's always improving and the whole company all the process are customer-centric.. welcome and onboarding us.. like this first amazing call to action "say hello to the community".. you are amazing..

Miro is more than a tool.. I can see all the “new” techniques to make the perfect tool.. a strong community engagement by gamification drivers like “leader boards” etc.. amazing..

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Hey all!

 

I’m Drew, am Director, Strategy + Product Strategy at Modus Create. we are a digital transformation consulting company and rely heavily on Miro to help companies find new innovation initiatives, align on goals, ideate on solutions - and all of the things we do to help companies execute on their digital initiatives successfully. Having been using this tool since it was realtimeboard, I love seeing this community come together.

BTW, we are Miro experts and have open sourced some of our boards to the Miroverse - help yourself: https://miro.com/experts/modus-create/

And reach out anytime, always appreciate good connections in the product, strategy and UX world.

-Drew

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Hi! My name is Carlos,

 

I’m the Director of a Creative Agency called Mazzima based in Spain. I’m interested in the development of the design thinking and mind mapping. MIRO has an excelent tool for our Agency combined with ASANA, Slack & Dropbox. Now in the Pandemic era the homeworkers use this tool to our brainstormings and was really useful.

 

Outside my Agency i’m interested in Design, Music, and Food. Everyone can see more on my Instagram

 

I like the minimalism style of Dieter Rams & Mies Van Der Rohe and the combination with the necessary sustainability of our society for now and the future.

 

 

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Hi everyone!

As you’ve probably guessed, my name is SK and I’m a former Mironeer who’s now committed to becoming a power user/champion/cheerleader.

I was with Miro for close to 3 years between 2018-2021 and have now ventured off into the world of consulting.  

Generally, I use Miro for data flow diagrams, documentation, training materials for Clients, and wireframes - my newest use case that I’m becoming obsessed with!

I’m super interested in learning from the rockstars of the community on building out some really cool boards that are aesthetically pleasing for data diagrams and generally other use cases that involve working with clients for technology implementation.  (psst if your org or an org you know is implementing Salesforce or needs some serious Salesforce overhaul work, check us out! ;)

Thanks!! :sunglasses:

 

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Hi 👋 I'm Wannes, from Antwerp, Belgium but next to that I live online.
You can find me at https://wann.es 

Since the pandemic I got in touch with design thinking, online workshops and facilitation. Stumbled upon Miro and now I’m using Miro to create workshops in the field of marketing and design thinking.

Really curious to see this develop further.

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Hey all! I’m Shea (she/her) and I’m a research scientist at Stanford University, studying solar physics (more specifically, helioseismology...).

 

For about a year now, I’ve also been a team lead for a new inter-institutional science center we’re developing: Consequences of Fields and Flows in the Interior and Exterior of the Sun (COFFIES :smile::coffee::sunny: ). My role is the lead of an “effectiveness” team, and our primary goal “is to identify and help overcome the unique fundamental challenges that large research Centers face” including facilitating collaboration, knowledge integration, goal alignment, and task interdependence. Essentially we are team of scientists working to enable the collaborative science of the COFFIES Science Center as a whole.  

 

I discovered Miro while researching collaboration tools for COFFIES and we have used it fairly effectively so far for cross-science collaboration exercises and organizational planning. Of course, coordinating scientists is like herding cats :cat2: , but they seem to respond well to the interaction that Miro enables, particularly while we’re all working virtually from home but to continue at some level after the pandemic since the Center includes individuals and institutions located all over the world.

 

I’m always looking for ways to break down any barriers that might be standing in the way of our COFFIES members from being productive together and help them make better use of the collaborative software tools we’re providing to them. I finally joined the Miro Community after finding out that there is a Miro Desktop app that would make the tool even easier for some of my colleagues! Sadly, there isn’t a version for Linux yet so several of us still have to wait (I already upvoted that Community issue :wink: )

 

Nice to “meet” you all!

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Hi, everyone!

My name is Christiam and I work at Tec de Monterrey in Guadalajara, Mexico. I am a Teacher Trainer, and I help them in the use of edtech tools to improve their teaching. I use Miro to teach Industrial Design students, in my personal planning, and to collaborate with my team.

I publish short tutorials for Miro (in Spanish) in this playlist/channel.

Happy to share with the community!

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Hi, everybody. My name is Francisco Ordaz. I am from San Luis Potosí, México. I am higher education professor. I enjoy work with Miro to focus on projects. I like me a lot some ideas of learning and i am teaching in the area of networking technologies. I use Miro in many innovative ways I hope to learn many tips of community and share some of my experience.

This one of my projects, I really have more efficiency using this map. 

 

Hello there!

My name is Samuel Garza but everybody calls me Sam, I work as a Scrum Master and surprisingly I really enjoy my job because I have the opportunity to interact with many of my peers, learn from what they do and share what I can about my experience and well, about Agile and Scrum.

I live in Mexico in a city called Monterrey where I was born, here the weather is as unpredictable as it can be but it's a nice place to live, specially for it's beautiful mountains and hard working people.

Ever since I discovered Miro I fell in love with this tool, honestly I couldn't do half of my work without it, I hope this community will help me to keep learning from it and expand my experience so I can help others in the near future.

So thanks for having me and if you have some minutes to spare, stop and say hi!

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Hi Everyone, am Abigail Anioke from Nigeria, a UI/UX Designer. Am new to the Miro Community, looking forward to learning, working and meeting with you all.

Thank you.

 

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Hi Miroes :) ,

 

I am Marco - an IS researcher and creative collaboration enthusiast from Germany. 

My interests lie in the fields of innovation, design thinking, support of collaborative & creative work and - of course - research :heart_eyes:

I use MIRO primarily to “clean my head”, i.e. arrange my thoughtwork, plan projects, obtain feedback for designs, conduct workshops, structure research and similar stuff.

 

I would love to help and I would love to get inspired by this awesome community around Miro :)

 

Marco over and “in”.

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Excited to have been introduced to this tool through a non-profit networking event. 

Looking forward to learning more and incorporating it into my work in facilitating different teams I collaborate with. 

Incredible possibilities! Now to dive in!

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Hello everyone

My name is Mireille (said like Me-ray)    I led the people side of a community based global SaaS start for fourteen years, grew a vibrant online community of one million users for the Adobe Education Community and developed a National Training department at Apple 

After taking time to care for my Mom until she became an Angel this past Christmas, I am now looking to resume my career using my considerable people skills in global training (soft skills, software, technology) customers relations, executive coaching, organizational development and online community management. 

My interest in the Miro Community is to connect with others and to continue experimenting and looking for a number tools, strategies and techniques in bringing people together to share learn and grow with the focus on translating passions into something we can all believe in. 

I’m volunteering in a number of community practices and moderating a number of groups and the idea of using and learning Miro as a way to bring people and ideas together in a visual conversation that resonates with people appeals to me.

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Hello everyone. My name is Justin Hong from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Happy to be in this community to learn, share, connect and collaborate. 

 

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Hi Miro-ites. I work at an independent schol in Washington DC and am always on the lookout for interesting EdTech tools.  Recently, I’m doing a deeper dive into Miro as I thought of it as just a whiteboard tool.  It is MUCH more.  I also think it has great potential in K12 with a few tweaks.

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Hello Everyone in the Miro community!

My name is Kristin Greathouse, and I am native to beautiful San Diego, California :palm_tree::sunny: .  I am the User Leader for the San Diego Chapter and am ecstatic to be apart of a community that appreciates Miro as much as I do.

I work in consulting as a Scrum Master, Product Owner and Project Manager in Software Development.  My passion is coaching teams how to implement Agile and Scrum in their everyday work life.  Miro has been a great tool for keeping team members engaged, especially during this pandemic.

I will be hosting a Virtual Miro Event this Wednesday, and welcome everyone to join! RSVP 

I also would be more than happy to share thoughts and connect on LinkedIn

When I am not working, studying, or exploring Miro features, I am with my family and our doggies.  My dachshund, recently had seven little puppies so I take advantage of all the puppy cuddles I can get 😊 :dog::dog:

 

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Hi, I'm a brand new Miro user. I'm a project manager trying to help my teams visualize their workload and projects for resource planning using Jira, and roadmaps. I'm excited that Miro gives me a great way to do lots of visualization in one place.
Very excited to join the community.

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Hello everyone! Nice to e-meet you :raised_hands:

My name is Chiara, I live & work as a Management Consultant in Milan - Italy. I’ve been a Miro user for one year now and I’m truly happy and excited to be part of this Community. I’ve been using Miro for online hackatons, user journey mapping, brainstorming and ideas creation. I really appreciate the versatility of the platform and the possibility to learn new ways to use it everytime. I would also like to know if there are more italians here :flag_it: we are working on setting up the italian chapter so stay tuned!

Feel free to connect with me on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/chiara-manconi91/

 

Cheers!

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Hi Everyone,

 

I’m Tracy and I lead strategic planning, monitoring, evaluation & learning at the global conservation and rescue nonprofit IFAW.  We have been using Miro very successfully this past year for online meetings and workshops, and hope to learn how to do even more with the tool.  Glad to be a part of this community and learn from all of you as well!

 

Cheers,

Tracy

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Hey Miro Community, 

My name is Yulia. I’m a marketer by heart and proudly call myself “ the remote evangelist”! I love to simplify challenges and bring the process of system into it. (and obviously, Miro is one :heart_eyes: ). 

I help tech companies and startups with PR, community building and events in India.:flag_in:  (I have been living in Bangalore for 6 years).  

I’m excited to get to know you all and happy to connect! 

 

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Hey!

I am Tom. I am an internal Service Design Coach @ KBC group(Banking & Insurance) . I coach teams to really involve customer centricity in their projects and ideas.
Given I am always hopping between finding new ways to do research, ideations, prototyping,.. and translating them into a dummy proof workshop form that is scalable for all the projects that start within our company.
 

With Miro we have been able to take a step forward given we can translate the best parts of our experiments and good practices from paper workshops to custom templates.

So big fan of Miro and still learning a lot of good practices after a 3 months of intensive use & workshopping.

 

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Hi guys 👋

I am Vincent from Berlin, Germany. I am an Agile Coach and Organisational Change Agents. 

Internally we use Miro exclusively for collaborative work, and it is our go-to tool for planning, preparing, and facilitating any type of workshop with our clients. 

We are also conducting workshops to teach fellow Agile Coachs or anyone who is interested in the in’s and out’s of Miro as their tool in Workshops - It's a blast.

I own all my Miro knowledge to YouTube Videos and clever Googleing, and I want to help others use Miro in the best possible way, that is also why I finally set up my profile here.

Find our first board on Miroverse here 🎉

Happy to connect with you on LinkedIn 🤝

Talk to ya all later 🙂

Vincent

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Hey!

I’m a biomedical engineer working in Switzerland, just getting started using this wonderful tool from yours!

Cheers,

Mathieu

Hi Miro Heroes! :wave_tone2:

My name is Marina and I am an Online Community Manager at Miro. Happy to be here with you and have a chance to create this space for all Miro users to connect, collaborate, co-create and share knowledge with each other :handshake_tone2: 

It will be cool if you introduce yourself here in the thread - share where you work, live, your role, and how you use Miro (share your bigger Miro story here).

Feel free to add any other interesting information or even a fun picture with your pet :wink: This is the best way for all of us to get to know one another!

I really love it Great JOb

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