Introducing the new "hide and reveal" setting for frames

  • 16 September 2020
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Dear Community,

in all my Miro boards, visitors can unhide content (they can´t hide, though). That does not really make sense, right? Is that a bug?

Does anyone else experience that behavior, too? Or do I miss some board preference?

Best,

Marian

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Dear Community,

in all my Miro boards, visitors can unhide content (they can´t hide, though). That does not really make sense, right? Is that a bug?

Does anyone else experience that behavior, too? Or do I miss some board preference?

Best,

Marian

Frames that are hidden can only be unhidden by the board owner or co-owner.

Please show us an example of what you mean by “hidden” using a screenshot, or better yet, a screen recording - Loom is free and easy to use and share a video. 

Frames seem very  clunky when it comes to presenting a Mind Map to an audience and not what I envisioned at all.  😥😥
Even Powerpoint can handle nodes/objects appearing in order, and the connectors should appear once the node/objects appear.

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I suspect that Miro is hitting some limits of their data model around user types and rights.

I would guess that enabling all team members to hide and unhide frames would be a more common use case, but the Miro team may know use cases where that is not desired.

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Like others I find this very useful, and now would like to see it expanded such that the hidden frame is shadowed out in the Frames list or presentation view. 

This aides navigation in particular on a board with many frames and as a participant I want to navigate back by rejoining a workshop due to say network drop or having stepped out for a meeting and now returning.

 

Hey Miro Team,
i just bought the “starter” subscription but can´t find the “hide and reveal” feature, which is very powerful.

Is it (currently?) not available, or how could I get it?

Thanks for your reply.

Antonio

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