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Being colorblind it is hard sometimes to choose the right color. Distinguishing between them isn’t the problem. Just seeing which one of them is the orange one can be difficult. When picking a color, I would like to see the name of the color, when I’m hovering over one. Of course this applies to the color picker on every object. From sticky notes to the background of whole frames.
Hi MIRO community,I try to find a thread for this question, but was not successfully - if there is one taken care of this topic, sry for asking second time ;) During presentation or Meeting (BETA) mode - how can i make the edges/boarders of the frames not visible? Depending on how many frames you have and how detailed you want to show things with a frame, the boarders overlay and make the presented content looking chaotic.Thanks for a feedback =)best regards from GermanyJan
Until recently you could star a board, and see that its starred, when on a board from the top left at all times! A recent change means you have to go to Settings/Board/Star this board to star/unstar or confirm whether its starred!If you forget to star it you have to go to recent boards and hope you remember the title of the board so you can star it.Really small but really annoying change!
Hi,I noticed an app in the marketplace called Card Flip, and I’m struggling to figure out how to use it, even after watching the YT video. I click the toolbar button, it creates a sticky with ‘Information on the back of the card. You can group both objects if you intent to drag the card’, and that seems to be it. What am I missing?gmask1
I imported Jira cards into Miro and I would like to estimate them. After I selected the area of cards, the Miro wants me to “Choose Jira board” and doesn’t show options and it’s not possible to write it down manually. However estimation of any other object (stickies) is possible without no problem, however this is not what I want… Is it the software bug or my mistake? I was also checking settings but there’s not much for me to do.I was googling and haven’t found a solution.
Dear Miro, I suggest the option to let fellow editors edit the Templates I made in Shared Custom. Together we form a group of editors that create a workshop for participants. It would be nice to be able top openly share, edit and change the templates we create together. This fits within the idea of what Miro stands for: collaborating together. Cheers, Matthijs
As a user I regularly export Miro boards as pdf to share the content e.g. in management presentations. I often use tags on sticky notes to assign teams to a tasks but unfortunately they are hardly readable after the pdf export (also the one with high quality).Therefore I’d like to be able to resize the tags to my personal needs. That would help me to further improve my presentations and increase the efficiency of my daily work.
When reporting on a process improvement we’ve undertaken through Miro, it’s is helpful to have some salient statistics about the process, such as “we conducted 53 interviews and generated 748 ideas.” Currently, (unless there’s a feature I’m unaware of) this requires a manual count of sticky notes, which is cumbersome. I’d like a “sticky counter” feature that would allow me to highlight an area of a board, and get a count of the sticky notes in that area. It’s not a game-changer, but I feel like that would be a handy tool. Relatedly, it would be useful to be able to count stickies by their tag, e.g. how many from this person, how many from that person, etc.
This calendar view shown below is my favorite for long term planning. I would love to have it in a Miro board. Before I embark on creating 365+ little boxes and aligning them, do any Miro wizards out there have any suggestions for how to make something like this?
Use Case: Large workshops where we have lots of people moving sticky notes aroundWhat problem are you trying to solve:As a facilitator, I often use sticky notes as a method for capturing requirements or tasks. Often we use different colour of the sticky note to denote the creator or the logical grouping. I have a need as part of this session facilitation to take a large mix of colour coded sticky notes, and sort them into groups by colour.Is it a critical feature that blocks you from working in Miro and being productive, or is it a nice to have feature?This blocks me a little, as the only workaround adds significant overhead to the process and slows down the flow of the group’s output.What is a possible solution for you?The only process I have found to allow this is tagging the notes, but this adds significant overhead to the process and slows down the team’s progress.
I have a small group made of 5 items and another made of 3, I have 2 groups. If I put them together I have a bigger group that contains both. If I ungroup it I lose my other 2 smaller groups. Every object is free on it’s own and I have to manually recreate everything.THIS CAN BE AVOIDED! It can be really useful, for example, if I create any type of custom shapes (e.g.: for a particular workshop) It can be useful if I create custom icons It can be useful if I creates groups of stiky notes that I cant to move around together because they are related, but suddenly I realise one smaller group need to actually be set aside. Probably this is not an innovating idea, but is a very functional one.
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
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Can we have connector lines with rounded elbows? It really helps to follow the lines when they cross over or converge. The curvy line option is too curvy, resulting in some messy diagrams when there are a lot of arrows going around. The straight angle lines keep the diagram much cleaner, but if they had round elbows, it would be easier to read, and the diagram would still be clean.Here's an example diagram where this problem occurs:Figjam nailed it:Even good old Diagrams.net allows rounded elbows:
As an administrator, I don't need a license to manage the users and licenses. I think it very strange that MIRO does not have this function. Now we can only assign one admin users, a general account (witch is not safe and wishful for a company) because every account needs a license and it is kind of stupid to pay for multiple license for admin users that don't even use MIRO it self. If also the admin want to use Miro, then of course you should be able to assign a license yourself. A good process would would be to have a button that says, create admin users without license or to use the “add user” and then as next step, decide to add a license or not and then select a role for that user (member or admin)
We want to hear from you! Day 1 of Distributed ’22 is underway and we can’t wait to hear which sessions and speakers have inspired you most throughout the day.Use this thread to connect and share your favorite sessions, speakers, quotes, ideas, and any new Miro tricks and tips you’ve learned from day 1👇
Rachel Davis is a facilitator and workshop experience designer with a soft spot for creative problem-solving. After over a decade of the 9-5 grind, she now runs her own consulting business helping others create workshops, tap into their inner facilitator, and create immersive sessions. Rachel has created over 80 workshops, a combination of both in-person and virtual. Miro is her jam for virtual workshops. Jonathan White is Founder & CEO of Hiro Studios, a facilitator and Miro Experience Designer. Jon and his team work with clients and colleagues all over the world to create amazing Miro Experiences that get audiences excited and engaged. Drawing from his 20+ years of experience as a Lean Consultant, Jon has a natural, warm, and entertaining facilitation style, and an uncanny ability to bring models, tools, and templates to life in Miro. Jon and Rachel are an awesome duo!Through working together, they’ve not found a methodology or approach that can stump Jon (just try us!), so consu
I’ve installed, uninstalled, and reinstalled the MIRO app for ZOOM several times. I click the Miro app while in ZOOM and a blank screen loads. I’ve never been able to get to a Miro log in screen (I have a Miro consultant plan account) or a Miro board that someone else is sharing while in ZOOM. Seeking trouble shooting suggestions. Thank you
Hey, I have a problem regarding webpage loading on one of my company accounts on Google after installing Miro extension on Google Drive. On other Google accounts and on desktop app everything is working fine.On company profile i see blank page after pressing “Go to dashboard” button on main page. Direct links to my dashboard are not working as well.Any possible solutions?