News & Announcements
All the latest news and announcements, and the best content from the Miro team.
Hi Miro Community! We’ve got good news for you Oculus Quest users: Miro is now available in virtual reality as one of the first 2D panel apps for the Meta Quest 2. You can read more about our current app and try it out. With this first step into VR, we’re dreaming about all of the future possibilities of immersive collaboration and whiteboarding. ✨What excites you about the potential of Miro in virtual reality? Let us know where your imagination goes in the thread (or see the existing Miro in VR conversation happening in the community). And, if you give our 2D app a whirl with your Meta Quest 2 headset, comment with a 👋 if you’re open to chatting with us about your experience and feedback.
December 19, 2019 Core Product Create meeting notes, project summaries, and board annotations right in Miro with Visual Notes Starting today Visual Notes functionality is available to all Miro users. Visual Notes is a fully-functional text editor you can use to create meeting notes, project summaries, board annotations, and more, without switching between Miro and note-taking apps. Watch our product video to learn how you can use Visual Notes with your team, read the blog post and visit Help Center for more info about the feature. December 12, 2019 UX Improvements Follow thread functionality now available in Feed Get notified of new replies in the comment thread you started or participated in via Feed. This way you won’t miss important updates from your team and will respond faster. Visit Miro Help Center to learn more. December 10, 2019 Plugins & Integrations Integrate Miro to your workflow via Zapier Miro now is integrated to Zapier for easy connection with 1500+ tools l
Hello Community!We’re making some changes to our diagramming shape library. The AWS, Azure, and Cisco shape packs — previously available via apps — will be moved to our Smart Diagramming shape library, and their respective stand-alone apps will be removed.What's happening?This decision is part of our goal to offer customers an all-in-one diagram maker with a seamless experience. Providing all kinds of shapes in a single library is one of the steps in making it easier and faster to visualise information. We consider customer feedback throughout this journey.No action is required from you. Existing boards and their content will not be affected. The stand-alone apps (AWS, Azure, and Cisco) will be removed from all plans, starting December 1, 2021. Want to know more about Smart Diagramming?In October, we launched our Smart Diagramming solution, which allows teams to align with shared visual language and includes an extensive shape library. Shape packs from AWS, Azure, Cisco, and many other
Frames are an essential feature that helps structure your content on Miro boards. Here are the two of the most recent enhancements: Automatic numeration for frame names: if you call your first frame 'Frame name 1', we'll be automatically adding the next number to the name of the next frame you add to the board ('Frame name 2', 'Frame name 3', etc) Better rendering of frame names when you're zoomed out of the board to increase perceivability of board content
Whether it’s freelancers, contractors, agencies, or anyone outside your team, it takes a village to move projects from kickoff to completion. We’re making it easier and more secure to support external collaboration with a new role in beta: guests. It’s totally free and exclusively for our Business and Consultant Plan users. We’ve also simplified our existing roles to empower collaboration at every level: Anonymous guest editors are now visitors. Non-team members are now guests.Check out the image below to see when we recommend using which role and the differences between them: If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll help you out. Happy collaborating, Dominique
Now you can create or update a Miro board directly within an Airtable base. Get the integration to combine the benefits of both tools and help your team manage shared projects from idea to implementation in a single place. If you want to build your custom integration or embed Miro into your software - check out Miro API. Also, come back here to the Developer Forum to discuss your projects with your peers
Hello, Miro Community! Today we are thrilled to share the launch of our new Miro for Teams meeting experience. Now, users of Microsoft Teams will be able to launch Miro boards during live meetings and co-create in real time. This feature will help teams build together, create new ideas, and continue the collaboration before, during, and after any meeting. Hear from our Miro’s Strategic Partnerships Lead, Molly Fehr as she shares what this integration means for the Miro Community. Here’s how you can bring Miro into your Teams ecosystem:Miro for Teams Meetings integrationLaunch an existing or new Miro board during any Teams meeting to allow your team to create, brainstorm, and ideate together in real time.Miro for Teams Calendar integrationEmbed a Miro board into any Teams calendar invitation, set permissions, and give access to your collaborators before the meeting.Custom Miro tabEmbed any Miro board as a new tab in Teams, so you and your collaborators can interact, make updates and wo
Hi Community,We want to let you know about an upcoming visual change to your Miro dashboard. As part of a design update, the illustrations of your board thumbnails will change. This update will take place on September 6, 2023. This change will only take place on thumbnails with Miro-provided illustrations. Boards where you selected a board area preview or uploaded an image as the thumbnail will not be affected. To make this change as seamless as possible, the new illustrations have the same intent as the previous ones. There will also be minor changes to the UI, but the most noticeable change will be the board thumbnails, which is why we wanted to give you — our community — a heads up first. Let us know your thoughts or if you have any questions for our team in the comments below 💬
Hi there! Our Product team put together this post to highlight some recent trends we’ve seen in how people are using Miro post-lockdown -- and to highlight how we’re evolving our product roadmap in response. https://miro.com/blog/collaboration-trends/ Check it out and let us know what you think! What else are you curious to know? Sarah
Anonymous mode The new version of Private Mode on sticky notes allows you and your team to re-word, prepare, and consider ideas completely anonymously.Experience a safe space to run retrospectives and feedback sessions on Miro. When we say anonymous, we mean anonymous -- No authors in user-experience: Cursors and hover-over names are anonymized (names and colors) No labels on interface: Author labels would say “Anonymous” forever Back-end panels anonymised: Widget info would note “Anonymous” for ‘Created by’Interested in trying it? Click here!#agileretrospectives #Retrospectives #Miro #agilemindset
Hi Miro Community, We know you always wanted to have a chance to join other existing Miro teams in your organization (with the same email domain). Good news! Team discovery by @domain is now available for all users on any billing plan Please find the details in the Help Center article, and let us know what you think about this feature in the thread below. We would love to hear from you! Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
Hi everyone, You can now import vsdx files into Miro, this allows you to transfer diagrams from Lucidchart, Microsoft Visio, and Draw.io/Diagramming.net into Miro, so you and your team can collaborate and diagram in one tool.Diagrams are fully editable in Miro Miro supports bulk import (import multiple diagrams in one go) Continue diagramming in an easy, intuitive tool that your entire team can useYou can find a detailed how-to import from Lucidchart, Microsoft Visio, or Draw.io/Diagramming.net on our Help Center.Happy diagramming!Turner
Hi there, I’m glad to announce that Miro for Google Calendar is available in Chrome Web Store for everyone Check out this short video.Why are we doing the integration with Google Calendar?The Miro for Google Calendar extension takes the stress out of meeting setup for organizers and gives participants the access they need to make meetings more productive.Use the new extension to add Miro boards to any Google Calendar event in just a few clicks and ensure meeting participants have the appropriate view, comment, or edit access ahead of time, so meetings go off without a hitch.What functionalities are available already?Simple meeting set-up with a one-click option to create a new board; Quick access to existing boards through board picker interface with options to add or change access settings; Automatic board access for invitees added to the calendar event, including those added after the initial invitation.Read the blog to learn more and the Help Center article for installation instruc
Miro's VP of Business Development, Kevin Chung (or "Kev" as we call him ) is excited to tell you all about a new strategic partnership with Miro and Google Workspace. 🎉Two features from our partnership that we think you'll love? Miro for meetings, which will allow you to attach Miro boards to your Google Calendar invites (coming early 2022), and the ability to add Google Docs directly on Miro boards. Watch Kev's video to learn more & share what you love most about Miro and Google on LinkedIn and here in the comments!
Hi there,It’s our weekly update again New integrations with MeetButter, Toasty, and ClickUpOur partners are helping us use Miro in more creative and productive ways. Now you can:Use /miro in docs and task descriptions to embed your Miro boards directly into ClickUp Add Miro boards to your collaborative sessions in Toasty Collaborate on Miro boards while using MeetButter. Miro just passed the Atlassian security self-assessment for this year.All our applications in the Atlassian Marketplace (Miro for Confluence, Miro for Jira Cloud, and Jira Cards by Miro) are now marked with a special label to reflect this update. Are you excited just like we are? By the way, do you use MeetButter, Toasty, ClickUp, and our Atlassian integrations? Let us know in the comments! Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
Build and showcase your collaboration skills with Miro! We’re excited to announce the launch of Miro Verified, a way for you to earn skill badges on Miro Academy. Get started today by learning foundational Miro skills and earning the Miro essentials badge.Visit Miro Academy today to explore all of our badge offerings.
Onboarding, OKRs, stakeholder mapping, retrospectives, presentations, and beyond! There are so many frameworks and methods for team collaboration. WIth our latest update, you can share your favorite templates effortlessly. Help your team find the perfect template and get started on next steps in no time! Sharing links creates a quick, easy, and secure way to direct users to specific templates within your team’s natural workflow. 👉 Direct team members to the right template within the product in no time with unique template links. 📚 Use templates with confidence with extra preview pages for custom templates. ❤️ Encourage the adoption of standardized processes by linking to specific templates within your existing workflows. 👀 Understand which templates team members can access, with additional visibility into inherited sharing permissions. Check the Help Center article to learn more. As always, we’d love to hear from you in the thread below
Hello there Do you remember this amazing thread where we discussed different board layouts for trainings and workshops? Well, it inspired us to create a blog post, 7 ways to organize your Miro board for productive workshops, featuring our own @Isman Tanuri and @Martina Crnkovic In this post, we wanted to show how our community and Miroverse contributors organize their boards to make workshops productive and easy to follow. We hope you’ll walk away with new ideas for your next workshop How do you organize your board for engaging workshops in Miro? We want to know. Share your ideas in the original thread.
At the annual ‘Distributed’ conference, Miro’s CEO Andrey Khusid introduced Miro Experts: a network of hand-selected consultants and agencies that can help with agile methodologies, design thinking, digital transformation and more. Get in touch Miro Experts today to add the best creative and strategic minds to your next project.
We recently added FOUR (!!!) new sticker packs to Miro. Try them out now and let us know which one is your favorite 🤗And this isn’t all the great news we have to share with you! From now on you can also:Use search to find the right stickers to share how you're feeling with you team View and use your recently used stickers – there's now a separate tab for that!
Hi Miro Community, At Distributed 2021, our third annual virtual event, we’ll break down digital walls and explore how to deeply connect with our teams, work, and sense of purpose.And you won’t want to miss the unveiling of a new set of tools to help you engage and make big things happen.Bring your knowledge and experience as we think visually about challenges with the help of experts like our very own CEO, Andrey Khusid, and designer and best-selling author, Jake Knapp.Let’s make work and technology a bit more joyful, a bit more energizing, a bit more human. When?AMER: October 19-20, 8am-2pm PDT EMEA: October 20-21, 8am-2pm CEST
Hi everyone! Some of you may know about this already since you were participating in the public beta, others will hear about this exciting update for the first time today… Long story short, the updated board UI is coming soon to all Miro users 🥳New and existing Miro users on the Free, Team, Business, Consultant, and Education Plan will be gradually receiving this update until mid-February.Enterprise Plan customers will get the updated board UI in March. Please, bear with us as we update key customer-facing touch-points including the Help Center, and try out the refreshed, scalable board interface with faster discoverability of key features during your next collaborative session.Please, visit the Help Center to learn more about the update.
Hello Miro Community! 👋As you might have heard from Distributed today, we're excited to introduce you to a dynamic way to bring data and content to your Miro board with new integrations, powered by the Miro Developer Platform.More than ever, we need to find the information and insights that matter to us — this gets especially challenging when content is scattered across all the tools we use every day.To solve this problem, we're expanding Miro's capabilities as a shared team workspace through integrations with some of your favorite tools: Looker, Grafana, Confluence, YouTube, and hundreds more. Here are some new ways you can use Miro to collaborate more efficiently: Turn your Miro boards into custom dashboards – it’s as easy as pasting a link. Get the most up-to-date insights to make informed decisions as a team. Easily import, review and annotate your videos directly on the board. Preview and edit documents right on the Miro board, with synced updates. This is just the beginni
Hello Miro Community! With the world slowly returning to pre-pandemic normalcy, many companies are starting to think about back-to-office plans this fall. This brings up the question of ‘How do you use Miro for hybrid collaboration?’ (‘hybrid’ here refers to a mix of remote + in-person participants in a meeting). Using Miro with an interactive displays is a great way to collaborate in a hybrid setup and create an inclusive, engaging environment for all team members. Check out our newest Help Center articles on this topic: Supported Interactive Displays Here, you will find an overview of how Miro works when used with an interactive display, a list of supported vendors, and a step-by-step guide for how to set up Miro on a display.Selecting the Right Interactive Display For Hybrid CollaborationThis article will guide you through the decision-making process of selecting your display for collaboration - what to consider, how to choose, and a list of various vendor options. Hosting a
Previously, the session idle timeout interval was set to 30 minutes. According to customer feedback, this duration may be too short and potentially disruptive for end users.We've increased the timeout interval to 90 minutes and are working towards allowing customizable intervals in the future. Read our Help Center to learn more.
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