New range of wireframe components live in wireframe library ๐Ÿš€

  • 3 November 2022
  • 27 replies

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Hi Miro Fam ๐Ÿ‘‹,

We have a cool new update for all you wireframe wizards. Miro now has 5 new wireframe components to take your collaborative wireframing to a whole new level!



From lists to cards, check out the whole range via the wireframe library. And donโ€™t forget to add the library to your toolbar for ease of access. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Head to your Miro board and try it out! And don't forget to share your feedback with us here on Miro Communities.ย 

Happy wireframing!

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Just curious, why is the feature โ€œnot usableโ€ without the ability to add and delete columns? I mean, it is for wireframing, after all. If itโ€™s so important to have the exact amount of columns and rows in a simple wireframe, why not use the regular table?ย ๐Ÿ™‚

The usability issue arises from the fact that it deviates from the principles of the Miro Wireframe library.
While elements like buttons and tabs in the library can be customized in terms of solidity, style, and functionality (e.g., solid/line/text/enabled/disabled for buttons and normal/selected/disabled for tabs), the Data Table does not seem to align with this flexibility.
It appears less usable to me, although it may suit some users, particularly those with specific requirements like having precisely three columns and an icon in the header ๐Ÿ˜Š

I agree with other comments here that this feature is effectively unusable in the current state. While wireframes donโ€™t need to convey visual styles they need to convey the functional elements that will appear on the page, and this includes the column names for a table. Iโ€™ve tried the table component but this does not have a similar look and feel to the other wireframe components so requires a lot of fiddling to get working. For me this has meant that I will not be using Miro Wireframes and will use another tool for wireframing as it isnโ€™t yet fit for purpose.