News & Announcements
All the latest news and announcements, and the best content from the Miro team.
Activity List in Miro helps track changes made to boards by editors.In our effort to make collaboration in Miro even more secure, we’re updating the permissions to ensure that Activity List is available for board collaborators with the right permissions. Here are the changes we introduced: Activity List will be visible exclusively for board editors that were explicitly invited to boards via email or have the access to the board because they are part of a project or team in Miro. Board viewers & commenters will NOT see Activity List If the board is shared via link with the company or via a public link with anonymous Guest Editors, Activity List won’t be visible for them.
Does it get any better than being able to show the world what we’ve been working on? The answer is NO! We are looking forward to hosting you at our celebration party of our newest integration Remo & Miro.Hear from Remo and Miro on how the integration came about, network with other users, and dance the night away to a live DJ! Register now
Well, it’s never too late to share a great blog post, right? Today we are almost 12k community members, but this post is devoted to our first incredible milestone - 10,000 people in the online community! Learn what our inspiring members have accomplished and how joining our community can benefit you. Read the blog post Kudos to our online community leaders for your inputs @mlanders@Martina Crnkovic@Isman Tanuri@Kiron Bondale@Robert Johnson And thank you to all of our community members for contributing your time and expertise. It has been so exciting watching our community grow and thrive. Let’s keep growing together!
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
A few feature appears to be out of beta and has started showing up on various accounts, so I figured I would post about it.The feature? I’m unofficially calling it: Board Content Copy Permissions.As it turns out, I was close with the name. Here’s a link to the official Help Center article → Board Content settings DISCLAIMERI don’t work for Miro.Everything I am sharing with you here is what I discovered today on my own (and I will surely get some of it wrong). I have no idea when this will be available to other users or on which plan types.In short, this feature lets the board owner specify who should be allowed to copy content from within your board or the entire board, i.e., Duplicate it.The discoveryMy spouse had this new feature pop up on her Education Plan today. What she saw first: Clicking the Set permissions button took me to the Team profile → Permissions page where there is a new Board content settings section at the bottom: Note: From my testing in an Education Plan, only
Running a successful workshop starts with good design In this course, we’ll walk you through each step of the design process with strategies and real examples from the field by expert facilitators: @Annie, @Isman Tanuri, @razburciu & Ana JustMad. Learn how to: develop action-oriented outcomes, create engaging activities to make the most of your workshop, meet the needs of your participants and maximize results. Take the course!
Make virtual meetings, workshops, or online events more interactive with instant access to Miro boards right within video and online event platforms like Livestorm and Hopin. Embed boards in your team’s favorite project management tools like Asana, ClickUp, and monday.com to make the outputs of brainstorms and planning sessions accessible to everyone and keep stakeholders aligned from idea through execution. Read the blog to learn more about the new partnerships or check out the Marketplace to see all the products with a native Live Embed integration. You can always find all product updates in the Changelog.
Available for Miro Enterprise only.Easily scale Miro adoption risk-free with unlimited licenses every quarter. With no upfront commitments or retroactive charges, you control how quickly you need to grow. Read the blog post to learn more or contact us to see if FLP will fit your organization's needs. Improved admin experience for new user invitationsThis update only applies to customers who are currently enrolled in our Flexible Licensing Program (FLP).This UI and tooltip copy update improves the clarity of what license types users will receive and which users will be affected. Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
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
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.
If you organize a remote hackathon, contest, or online challenge, you can apply for a free Miro account, to enable all your participants with comfortable space to collaborate and co-create together regardless of the time-zone or location.Have you ever used Miro during a hackathon? Share your stories below!
The conversation about how much we all dread meetings isn’t a new one. There are too many of them. Most of them are colossal wastes of time. But, when that meeting is happening virtually and people are only dressed appropriately from the waist up? 👨💻 Well, it becomes even more challenging to keep participants engaged in the conversation.Don’t worry – it’s tough, but it’s still possible. We’ve pulled together a comprehensive guide of meeting best practices to do before, after, and during your remote meeting to make sure people not only stay awake but also actively contribute to the discussion. Read the blog post
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
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.
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!
Enhance your whiteboarding activity by using Miro on a Cisco Webex board! Integrate Miro's online collaborative whiteboard with your Webex tools to help teams spark creativity and stay connected, from anywhere. Find more details about the integration in the Help Center article Sign up for early access.And leave your feedback in the comments below
Hi Miro Community, Good news! The long-awaited Adobe XD integration is live This integration will allow you to import your artboards from Adobe XD into your Miro boards and easily collaborate with other team members and iterate on the designs.Read more in the Help Center article - https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360016621780-Adobe-XD A direct link to this integration in Miro Marketplace - https://miro.com/marketplace/adobe-xd/ Please leave your feedback in the comments Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
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.
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.
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.
Miro just reached the incredible milestone of 10 million people who rely on our platform to bring their ideas to life.This number represents nearly 300% growth since March 1, 2020, as millions of teams across the world have adopted Miro to stay connected and build engaged, collaborative cultures while working remotely.We know that connection is more important now than ever. Thank you for choosing Miro as your collaboration partner. We couldn't have done it without you! Learn more about our growth and future plans: 10 million cursors, working together in Miro.
Hey everyone! Matt here from the customer education team. We have been getting a lot of questions about the best way to help new users become familiar with Miro (especially those who are less familiar with canvas tools) when running a collaborative session. In our Miro Academy course on Facilitating Virtual Workshops, we have created the video below specifically for this audience that you can send in advance of your workshop or interactive meeting. You can take the full course by logging in with any Miro account (it’s free). I hope you enjoy and get a lot of value out of this resource! Kind regards, Matt and CEd Team
On October 13-15, we hosted Distributed 2020 — our second annual virtual conference. This year, we brought together industry leaders and experts to help answer the burning questions on the minds of thousands of teams working remotely around the world. We had 24 information-packed presentations, interactive workshops, and panel discussions to tackle these burning questions. We were incredibly honored and excited to welcome over 30,000 registrants and hosted between 1,300 and 3,000 live viewers for each session. We’ve gathered the video recordings, visual notes, and Miro boards for each session in the blog post: Recap of Distributed: The virtual event to help teams adapt, evolve, and thrive - MiroBlog | A blog by Miro Recordings are also available in our YouTube playlist. Remote after 2020: Remote forever, distributed, or something else? (visual notes by Bea Broskova, www.humancraft.cz) Have you attended the event? Please share your feedback in the comments below!
Hi Miro Heroes,As you all know, the Miro Online Community is the place where all Miro users can connect, co-create, share knowledge and expertise, and get inspired. It means, here you can get help from your fellow community members and share your own expertise to help someone else. Mironeers (Miro employees) also participate in some discussions, but please note that they are not the primary responders, as we want you all to learn from each other. If you are looking for official, in-depth support (regarding billing issues, technical questions, features, etc), or you have run into an issue (lost content, features not working, other bugs), please try searching in the Help Center or reach out to the Miro Customer Support team directly. If you have already submitted a support ticket, please do not duplicate your question in the community, and vice versa, if you’ve already created a community post, please do not submit a ticket to the Support team. Let’s keep our conversation in one place
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