Hi Miro Community!
We’re interested in learning about your unique ways of using and embedding your Miro content, with colleagues, friends, clients, or your network. We want to see how you embed Miro boards into the tools, websites, or apps that you already use and learn why this is valuable to you.
Some examples of embedding Miro can be:
- Embedding a live Miro board into your website or blog post
- Embedding a live Miro board into your document or notes app, such as Notion or Coda
- Embedding a live Miro board into your online courses and presentations
Here is a great example of a Miro board embedded into a personal website by
Comment below and share your examples with us - we’d love to see them!
Interesting. We have been talking to our web designers on just that topic of embedding Miro Boards into our Fellowship of Questions website We have been using Miro Boards for the last 18 months to research the difficult and oppositional questions that are ever-present in our lives eg this board from work in Romania around the theme of the war in Ukraine.
The big issues seems to be around permissions and ‘membership’. Either someone/anyone can come in and add something (and potentially edit everything else on the board) like the example you gave from
@Chris Stone or they can only view or comment. What we are trying to work out is how we would deal with bad actors? We would really like to talk more to you about this or see if others are trying to deal with it?