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Hey everyone! 🙂We’ve added some new tools to help you create presentations faster in Miro! Check them out ↓Frame management tools 🪄 In a single click, Magic Organize helps you rearrange the presentation order of your slides to reflect how they are placed on the board. (from top to bottom and left to right) ☑️ Bulk select frames lets you select multiple frames simultaneously to delete, reorder, or hide them. 🙌 Drag to resize your frames to fit the content you want to present. 👩🎨 Choose any background color for your frames. 👀 List view is added to the presentation frame sidebar for those who want a good text overview of the presentation slides. Content editing tools ✂️ Crop images with different shapes to make them pop. 📏 Alignment guides will pop up while you crop images to keep them aligned with everything else on the board. Learn more in our Help Center, and we’d really love to hear your feedback below!
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
Starting today, all Miro users can recover accidentally deleted board content without having to contact support. Based on the feedback provided to us by beta testers, this functionality is especially convenient for big collaborative boards with multiple collaborators. Board editors (except anonymous guest editors) can restore: Any content deleted from the board during their current active session and 30 minutes after the content was deleted in case the session is over The last 1000 objects deleted from the board – if the restoration occurs more than 30 minutes after the content was deleted Any content deleted from the board if the objects were selected and deleted simultaneously for an indefinite period of time – until the next 1000 objects are deletedThis functionality is accessible via Activity list in the collaboration toolbar in the lower left corner of your Miro board. Curious to learn more? Visit Help Center, and let us know what you think in the thread – as always, we can’t wai
Imagine working on a massive Miro board with dozens of collaborators: sometimes your content can be accidentally moved around or deleted by other editors. Board history makes it possible to automatically save and recover versions of Miro boards enabling you to collaborate with additional confidence. Access board history under board history icon on your Miro boards in the bottom left collaboration toolbar Board versions are automatically saved every hour as well as at the end of each collaborative session If you want to continue working with an earlier version of your board, you can create a copy of it without disrupting the work of your team members Visit Help Center to learn more and let us know what you think in the thread!
With Miro block by Notion, you can embed publicly shared boards into any of your Notion pages. Just type /miro on the page to get started. Learn more about Notion Embeds here. Kudos to the Notion team on this release! If you also 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
Password protection for public boards now available on Team, Business, Consultant, and Education Plans.
Hi everyone! We just released optional password protection for public boards to Team, Business, Consultant, and Education Plan users.This feature has also been available on the Enterprise Plan.We added a new layer of security to your public boards – share you Miro boards via a public link for viewing, commenting, or editing, protect them with a password, and enjoy seamless and secure collaboration.Visit Help Center to learn more and let us know what you think about optional password protection in the thread below
Integrations Asana Cards are available for Team, Business, Enterprise, Consultant plans only Import Asana tasks to Miro and invite your team to discuss, prioritize, and sync on the tasks visually in real time, seeing everyone equally engaged. Install now
Miro - What we launched in May 2022miro blog
May was a future-looking month of innovation for Miro, with a slate of newly released product updates, making diagrams more robust and stylish and workflows more secure and streamlined.At Miro Next, our virtual conference, we unveiled a new platform and variety of new features and integrations designed to help organizations unlock new ways of collaborating and innovating, pushing beyond the boundaries of a typical digital whiteboard. With the launch of our new platform, we’re moving towards a vision of Miro everywhere. “At Miro, we think we need a different model of working altogether, one that responds to the needs for greater connectedness in a complex, hybrid world,” Varun Parmar, Miro’s Chief Product Officer, said at the conference. “Ultimately, we are creating more meaningful interaction, co-creativity, and inclusivity through a better way of working.” 🔗 To see how Miro’s latest improvements can help your team work better together, check out our roundup of releases from May.
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 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
Visualize information in a clear, structured way with a professional look ― no design-school training needed. Get started with three powerfully simple new tools. Callouts help you annotate your diagrams to add important information, without clutter. Guide and inform collaborators, while highlighting elements that need extra attention. Swimlanes help you organize complex information and design for clarity as well as accountability. Often used when creating Flowcharts, Business Process Modeling Notation, and Unified Modeling Language diagrams, adding Swimlanes to your diagram can help you to improve the efficiency of your processes and identify waste and inefficiencies. Themes help you quickly create diagrams and save time on styling. Design professional-looking diagrams so team members can more easily understand information and flows. We would love to see examples of your newly created diagrams with Swimlanes, Callouts, and Themes. Share with the Miro Community and help others to
Hi everyone! It’s Natalie, Product Marketing Manager of Stickies Capture - a magical feature that helps instantly digitize and edit the results of your offline workshops, retros and brainstorms. With one quick photo, instantly convert dozens of handwritten sticky notes into digital ones in the Miro app.Stickies Capture + Miro collaborative whiteboard => 📲Digitize and edit handwritten sticky notes (all devices); 🏃♂️Invite your team to keep collaboration going (all devices); 🗃Move from idea to implementation by adding more files, diagrams and comments next to your stickies (all devices); 💫Convert stickies into Jira tasks or spreadsheets (desktop); 🙋🏻♀️Timebox activities and vote on sticky notes (desktop); 🎤Turn brainstorm into a presentation (desktop). It's FREE and works on iOS, or Android apps, and in desktop browser! Try it now, and don't worry if you don't have a picture with stickies in your clipboard - there's a demo photo that you can test right away.
Hi everyone! I’m thrilled to let you know we just released two exciting updates that will make your collaboration in Miro more fun and engaging than ever before We added four more sticky note colors – now you can better color code your ideas or assign sticky note colors to your team members when you’re brainstorming collaboratively Now you can add emojis to your Miro boards using our all-new app. Use them to create ice breakers, spice up your presentations, vote for ideas, and more! Visit Help Center to learn more, and let us know what you think about these updates in the comments
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
We are working on making Miro more accessible, and released the first significant bundle of product improvements for screen reader users. Now they can be invited to Miro boards – sign up & sign in are screen-reader friendly, it is possible to navigate through the Miro dashboard to open the required board, and the main types of board content such as frames, sticky notes, and shapes can now be accessed with the help of the screen reader. Please, note, that the flow described above works the best for: Users invited to the existing team on the Enterprise Plan Users on Team, Business, Consultant, Education or Enterprise Plan that are invited directly to the board as anonymous Guest Editors All of the flows described above are currently only available on the desktop. The current solution is read-only making it possible for users to access existing board content with the help of the screen reader, and does not allow creating or editing content on Miro boards yet. We will continue worki
Publishing new Miroverse templates is only the beginning—the exciting part is watching your ideas taking off!So wether you’re simply browsing for inspiration or gaining a bigger reach for your ideas, we hope this update helps you to understand how people engage with templates and get a lot more out of Miroverse — as a viewer and a creator. See how your template is performing with 👀 views and ➕ copies. Show others that you love what they made with ❤️ likes. Explore Miro community favorites with the new Popular category. Visit the Help Center article to learn more and as always, we’d love to hear from you in the thread below 👇
Hi all,I’m very excited for this one, hope you are too!Code block makes it easy for teams to write and collaborate on code, and to ship better quality software. The widget includes 15 of the most popular programming languages. Code block can: Automatically highlights syntax Paste code from external tools into Miro Copy the code back into your favorite code editing tool Engineering teams and recruiters can now easily brainstorm new solutions, debug problems remotely, or conduct coding interviews in Miro. Visit our Help Center for more information. Happy collaborative coding! Turner
Do you remember those cases when you select all content on the board and accidentally delete it? Yeah, I know this feeling The good news is that now, when you select all of the content from your board (containing more than 100 widgets) and try to delete it, you will see a confirmation modal.Hopefully, this will help our users prevent accidental content deletion Just a reminder that you can find all product updates in the Changelog.
Hi everyone, Melissa here from the Product Marketing team at Miro. We have another update for you this week. Accidentally delete your board? No need to worry — you can now access and restore boards that have been deleted in the last 30 days. Restoring boards from Trash is available for Team, Business, Consultant, Education, and Enterprise plans only. If you’re on the free plan, there are a few options for you. When you delete a board, you’ll see a confirmation notification where you can click “Undo.” You can also restore the board if you have the board URL. The easiest way to find the link is to search for the name of the board in your browser history or your email inbox. For more information, visit our Help Center to learn more.
Hello, Miro Community! 👋 Great news: By popular demand, you can now show your appreciation and save templates for quick access with Likes. Get quick access to your Miroverse templates with Likes ❤️ Tap the heart icon on any template, to add it to your Likes, making it really easy to find your templates again. Learn more.Go to Miroverse to save templates, and share a link to your Likes in the comments below. I’ll start… https://miro.com/miroverse/profile/kristin-leitch/likes/
Hey everyone! I wanted to share a little bit more about Miro Live Embed which we announced yesterday. Miro Live Embed enables you to access your Miro boards from many of your favorite team collaboration products, including: Airtable, Coda, Confluence, Jira Software, Trello, Procore, RemoteHQ, and Whereby. We hope the Live Embed experience makes your workflows simpler, removing the need for hopping between tabs and tools, and helps put the whiteboard at your fingertips when you need it most. We also hope that we can make it easy for any product or service to benefit from a live collaborative whiteboard experience, without requiring a lot of development effort. Our API makes it really easy to integrate Live Embeds, with partners having done it in just a few hours. If you’re interested in integrating we’d also love to hear from you. Check out the announcement blog, share with your friends and co-workers, and let us know what you think or what tools you’d like to see with live embed!
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
Hey, hey, hey! You may remember we introduced stickers to add some more joy to Miro back at #Distributed2021. Miro’s CPO Varun Parmar even said “It’s not Miro if it isn’t fun!” Today we just launched 20 new stickers! Check them out in action here. Stickers are a fun way to spice up your Miro board, or react to your team’s work and deepen connection (wherever you may be!) The team wants to hear from you! What stickers should we add next? Animals People Smileys Food & drink Office Other? We’re all ears seriously! Let us know! Have fun out there. -McCall
Hi Miro Community, It’s me again with another exciting update: you can now quickly sort sticky notes by color or tags! Quickly organize team input from meetings and workshops, and structure large quantities of sticky notes. Clustering allows you to easily create groups and save time by letting the app arrange sticky notes by color or tags. 🤩 Bonus: You can use it to go beyond just meetings to sort through other kinds of information, from research to simply making sense of your thoughts.Visit this Help Center article to learn more and let us know your feedback once you’ve tried it! Happy clustering,Jenny
For all the Confluence and Jira users out there, we’re excited to announce a new update that makes it even easier to bring Miro into your Confluence pages and Jira issues with Atlassian Smart Links!Try out the three new Miro display options: an inline link, a card view, or a fully embedded board so you can easily build a whiteboard into your workflows.To add a Miro Smart Link, simply paste your board URL link on a Confluence page or Jira ticket or type “/link” to insert. Once pasted, you can display the board as one of three options: A small “inline” link which can quickly show anyone viewing the page what the board title is. A more impactful “card” view where you can see more information about the board, including a thumbnail preview and the time it was last updated. A full embed, where anyone with the appropriate permissions can view, comment, or edit the live board. Note: The board permissions are what is set in the board sharing settings.
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