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All the latest news and announcements, and the best content from the Miro team.
Reflecting on a year of Miroverse It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we released Miroverse into the world. Since then, we’ve seen more than 350 creators share 550+ templates, including frameworks, activities — even art!The best part? Miroverse makes it easy for anyone in the Miro community to copy and use each of these user-generated templates, so as the gallery grows, so does the impact of all the brave, generous teams who share their work. I wanted to say a big thank you to our community for sharing their workflows with the world. Earlier in the month, we asked for the thoughts and feedback from our Miroverse creators before taking the opportunity ourselves to reflect on how it started, how it’s going, and where it’s headed ourselves. You can find the conversation between Nik, Mariam, and myself, captured this blog article. To spread the love with our creators I’d like to ask the community here…What is your favorite Miroverse template? Let them know below
Every day at Miro, we’re cooking up new ways for teams to collaborate seamlessly, no matter where or how you work.This month, we released enhancements designed to streamline co-creation, improve security for your company’s internal processes, and increase accessibility for screen reader users. 🔗 To see how Miro’s latest improvements can help your team innovate and connect, check out our roundup of releases from April.
Need a convenient way to keep up with what’s new from Miro? Be sure to check out our Miro Blog and discover how Miro’s newest features can help your team work better together!This month, the Miro team has been working on new updates for product development teams, from updates to our estimation app to mind mapping and diagramming enhancements to help you visualize complex systems and diagrams. 🔗 Discover more updates in our roundup of releases from September. Have you been able to use some of these new features? Let us know some of your favorites from this roundup in the comments 😊👇
Dear Miro Community 2020 is almost over. What a year! Along with the challenges and difficulties we all faced, it was a great year, with wins, gains, and pleasant experiences.This online community was also launched in 2020. And I am happy that now we have this safe space for all Miro users to connect, share knowledge, and get inspired! On behalf of the Miro team, I want to say a huge thank you to our amazing Miro community for being with us this year. For all your interest and support, your creativity and ingenuity, your feedback, and for just you being you! You are awesome, and we are lucky to have such a community Happy holidays and warm wishes to you and your families Cheers
In celebration of Miro turning 10 this week Miro’s Managing Editor, Jenni Kaye, and Social Media Specialist, McCall Turner, highlighted 10 out of the box ways our community has used Miro We love hearing the ways Miro has helped you create and collaborate with your team but more and more we’re seeing Miro used for fun personal projects. From writing a novel to playing Dungeons and Dragons, the Miro community continues to surprise us and we can’t wait to see the unique use cases you discover next.Don’t forget to tag us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, or share your story in this online community with your unique uses for Miro so we can feature your creativity in the next round up! Check out the blog post
Hey there,A small, but important update of the day Now you can hold CMD or CTRL button to stop auto-reassign of mind map nodes if you want to have more precise control over your mind map. Just a reminder that you can find all product updates and bug fixes in the Changelog.
How do I share my Miro boards?help center
Hey everyone!With Miro, you can easily share your boards with collaborators - board sharing settings allow you to invite other people and change users’ access to your boards at any time. We prepared a list of popular questions for those who would like to better understand board sharing permissions. Follow the links below to find the answers in Miro Help Center. How can I share my board with other users? How do I share boards with people outside my team? How do I change users’ access to my board? How do different board access levels work together? How do I set default sharing settings for boards and projects in my team? How to create a private board? How to set a shared board to private? I lost access to my board. What do I do? Why is the public link option missing on my board Share menu? How do I protect my public board with a password? Can I share my board as a template with users outside my team? What is the best way to share a board with workshop participant
Hi Miro Community 😍🤔 Have you always wanted to share the cool and innovative ways you are using the Miro board? Do you feel you have a creative and fresh approach that will help others figure out this thing called work?Then Miro wants you for Distributed 2022 (our annual big event)!💡 Distributed, November 15-16, powered by the Miro community, is reaching out to you, our community, to submit session ideas for our upcoming event that spark the imagination, encourage dialogue, and drive new solutions to shaping a future where work is more inclusive, creative, and collaborative. 🎉 We are looking for best-in-class content to help our attendees be inspired, but also get practical take-aways on how Miro can help teams find their flow, and find more joyful and effective ways to work together to build, or solve for, the next big thing whether across the room or across the world. Our attendees are the power users of Miro, so content is primarily focused on intermediate to advanced working kn
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
This month, the team at Miro has been busy making improvements to the board experience.We’re really excited about building brand asset catalog capabilities for your digital asset management. We’re also delving further into connecting Miro with key tools like Smartsheet and Azure DevOps, to make working out of Miro even more intuitive. 🔗 To see how Miro’s newest features can help your team work better together, check out our roundup of releases from August. What’s you favourite feature from this roundup? 🙂
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.
We know - you want your team to maintain a sense of connection and strong bonds, even when you’re working remotely. Virtual team meeting games give your remote team a chance to connect and enjoy some lighthearted fun, despite the fact they aren’t working side-by-side.We have 10 ideas of games in the Miro blog post: Fun virtual games for your next team building meeting Which one do you like most?
Can everybody see my screen? Oh, you’re on mute. Sorry, you’re frozen and I can’t hear you. Sounds familiar, right?You and your team used to be able to meet face-to-face around your conference room table (shared snacks in tow) to brainstorm ideas and solve problems. But now that you’ve had to move to online meetings, you’re dealing with technical glitches, frustration, and potentially even disengagement.What can remote teams do to host successful virtual meetings? We’ve created a guide to productive, collaborative conversations – Virtual Meetings 101. Find more Miro’s guides for virtual collaboration at miro.com/guides.
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
Hey everyone, Lindsey here, Product Marketing Manager for Remote Meetings and Workshops. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or have found yourself suddenly remote, running remote meetings and workshops can be challenging. We’ve released a series of enhancements and new resources to help you design and facilitate amazing online sessions in Miro. Setup and Preparation Visual Notes - Set an agenda, add instructions, or an outline of the board for easy audience onboarding. *New* Meeting and Workshop Templates - Get a head start designing your boards. Check out the new templates available in-app in the Templates Library. Lock - Lock elements and templates to the background to avoid accidental editing. This UX improvement reduces the chance of accidental unlocking. *New* Guest Editors (all paid plans) - The quickest and easiest way to invite collaborators that don’t have a Miro account yet. Remote Facilitation Screen Sharing - Enable participants to follow along as you navigate
Hi Miro Community, Do not miss our new blog post with recommendations and top tips for facilitating remote design thinking workshops.The article also includes a great selection of templates to use at every stage of the design thinking process Read the blog post
Hey all! Miro is a great tool for brainstorming, so one of our in-house brainstorming gurus put together a guide to help folks who are new to the topic. It has 5 parts, and we’d love to know what you think.Introduction to brainstorming, advantages and challenges 20 brainstorming techniques to try remotely How to brainstorm online - the starter kit Advanced tips for better brainstorming Examples of brainstorming to inspire creativityOur goal was to help folks who are new to brainstorming by giving a resource with some actionable tips to get them started. My question for you is, is this useful? Do you feel anything is missing that you would have been interested to read? We welcome any feedback you have.
As Miro usage scales within your organization, the need for more granular security settings increases We released new Team-level security features to give you the control and flexibility needed to customize allowlists and sharing policies according to your teams' needs. This is particularly useful for companies working with external collaborators for use cases like workshops, agile ceremonies, and more. Read our Help Center to learn more.
The reality of working in enterprise organizations today is that many of your coworkers aren't collocated. This leads to a lot of complexity when it comes to collaboration. You may feel disconnected from important conversations or lost because there is no central source of truth. We get it. In this webinar, Iris Latour, Customer Success Manager at Miro, shares practical tips towards streamlining your work at scale from ideation to development and everything in between.
Are you new to Miro?Welcome! We’re so happy you are here! We’ve created a new course just for newbies that covers all the core skills you need to get the most out of Miro. This 20-min course dives into:navigating and creating content in boards customizing templates building presentations collaborating with others keeping your boards, projects, and teams organized. This course will have you taking full advantage of Miro!
What makes the perfect meeting? 🤔Four expert facilitators share how you can turn any kind of meeting into collaborative & productive meetings that participants will actually enjoy. Click here to read Kudos to our own @Kiron Bondale and @Michael Luchen for being featured in this blog post!
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.
Install the new UnDraw app to create presentations, provide visual feedback or mark needed actions through beautiful illustrations. The app contains three collections of illustrations for actions, reactions, and presentations as well as multiple color options. Have you already used the UnDraw app in Miro? Share your feedback in the comments Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
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