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If we’re organizing our ideas in miro it would be nice to relate them to files on our local drives. You add an image, notes, whatever and create a link to specific file or folder on your local machine or a network drive. Instead of a URL, the link is a file path.Use case: I’m an industrial designer. I use miro to organize my inspirations and to build collections and connections across multiple products. The visual organization is perfect for seeing how products relate. When an idea hits from looking at my board I can open up a folder location from miro and open the file for the 3D model of that product. I still have to manage my own file system, but if done carefully Miro can serve a whiteboard version of my own harddrive. Teams would utilize this feature via a shared network drive.
I would like to be able to lock an element so that it does not get dragged acidentally to another position but then be able to double/tripple click to change the content inside. Example is a shape contaning text in a template. It is too easy to move the object while I simply want to edit the content. Perhaps a lock position as well as a lock for lock for content
Table widget, I am sure will be a very useful feature for everyone.. I would highly recomend to make it more useful (today I don’t use, due to lack of certain functionalities highlighted below):Friendly Editor (when you edit and click outside, it does not commit the text and clears what we typed so far Resizing can be improved copy paste table/cells from/to MS Excel and other formats
Bug with zooming in and out on MacOS while app not in focus - Safari, Chrome and Desktop app (v0.7.19)
Hey there,My issue is when zooming in and out while Miro is out of focus.While the app/browser are the current Finder window (in MacOS - colored exit/minimize/full screen), i use `ctrl` + mouse scroll to zoom in and out, and the location of the mouse affects the focus of the zoom.When the app is not current (grayed exit/minimize/full screen) and i use `ctrl` + mouse scroll while the cursor is above the Miro window, the zoom works, but the focal point of zooming is the last place the cursor was at before the windowThis is regardless of what interface of Miro I use: the desktop app, Safari or ChromeI sent this here because there is not option for free users to report bugs, please help this get to where it should MacOS version 12.5Miro Desktop app v0.7.19Safari 15.6Chrome 105.0.5195.125
I’ve encountered what I think is a bug, but may be a feature… The name of each Frame that I have on my board does not show up unless you are actively zooming in or out (i.e. scrolling the mouse wheel) on the board. It means you can’t see the name of the frames when navigating around the board which seems to be unintentional. Has anyone else seen this?
I would like to see and use a feature that allows to convert a PowerPoint slide with all its elements into a Miro board with elements. Each Miro element should be editable. At the moment (September 2022) Miro converts one or more PowerPoint slide(s) as one image that can not be edited. The “conversiion by element” feature would allow to import PowerPower slides into Miro and use them there as templates. This would significantly reduce the effort to re-create templates which exist as PowerPoint templates already.
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I've been creating a lot of content on MIRO lately, but when a file is particularly large and there are multiple people collaborating on, there can be discordant vocabularies. After this happens, I have to find a certain keyword one by one, and then modify it. It takes a lot of my energy. If there is a way to find a certain word and then replace it with another word in one click, similar to the replacement function of Office Word, I would be very grateful.
Hi, Is there any way to import ‘pre-tagged’ spreadsheet data into Miro? eg we’ve captured it in another application but would prefer to sort/synth within Miro. It would be great if there was a file format/structure that would allow us to upload it with all the tagging data applied! Cheers, Matt
Can anyone tell me how toput a smaller frame on top of a larger frame and and have the smaller frame (with its content) “lock or link” to the larger frame - so that when i move the larger frame the smaller one and all the content move to? place frames ontop of a large SHAPE - i want the shape to form the backgroud area on a board, so that it stands out on the board. And i want all the content and frames of that are to lay ontop of the object. Right now all the frames go behind the object and i can’t figure out a way to bring them forwardAny guidance, hacks or ideas would be greatly appreciated!
In this topic:https://community.miro.com/ideas/offline-mode-925two answers (mine and Hendrik Stahls) got deleted - why?Exacly on this position my answer I know I often have a harsh tone - but in this case I only mentioned two or three software alternatives by name that are offering an offline mode and I linked a list from Lisette Sutherlands website who was guest of an official miro seminar.What is wrong with this?Is it not anymore allowed to show alternatives - and in this case all this alternatives where from Lisettes Sutherlands website (I have found them via her list) and she even mentioned here website in the official miro workshop video
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