Idea

Adding Transition Animation to Miro Boards (like in PowerPoint/Prezi)


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I use Miro a Lot for Explaining concepts and User-flow Journeys to my team and clients.

One feature that would be great to have is “Animations” (Appearing in & Fading Out) like Powerpoint has. The Objects within Boards can be made to appear in a certain Order by clicking on an animation Pane.

It will make a beautiful Journey Diagram much more Explanatory and intuitive in a demo session. 

I wonder if this is in the Roadmap.


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Miro is awesome.  I think having animation capability (like in powerpoint) would make it more awesome. @Kiron Bondale - suggests: create a "macro" of Miro actions and being able to replay it on demand.

 

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@Rakesh :

Transitions are possible if you use the slide mode by moving them with much space between them

I had to reduce the filesize so you can see what is possible:

 

 

Michael

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Moving objects set as action

Just like with PowerPoint, it is possible to have an animation fly in or fly out of a frame. Or think of moving after so many seconds? This allows development of games in miro. Also for trainers to not have everything in the frame ready and to pick up.

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@annemiek -

There is no native animation support but @mlanders did a prototype using the presentation mode in Miro a couple of days back to show how a rudimentary flipbook animation could be simulated by having progressively different frames placed close together on the board.

Kiron

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@Rakesh :

Transitions are possible if you use the slide mode by moving them with much space between them

I had to reduce the filesize so you can see what is possible:

 

 

Michael

Beautifully made I have not quite figured out how to do this (Think with the presentation mode.
It seems more like an effect than actually moving independently.

I love Miro, in that the design elements are great, it’s intuitive and highly flexible (and robust). But I want to be able to help folks navigate the boards (I build stories in the boards). Having an animation capacity like Prezi’s would be amazing. 

Prezi style animations/presentations would really take this platform to the next level (and I’d be happy to pay more for these features too)

Including this feature set would make Miro my #1 

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@annemiek :

It’s a bit fake-animation effect because:

You have to create the frames far from each other positioned on your canvas:
 

 

Then you open the frame-list and click on each frame to navigate … so you’ve got the effect:

But as you noticed:

At the beginning I jumped between frame 2 and frame 3 two times …

 

Michael

Having animation within frames would be so powerful and super helpful.  My group is really trying to embrace Miro with presentations, but sometimes you need to be able to build content within a frame versus showing everything at once…..especially when new ideas are presented.  Otherwise you have to create a frame for each “build” you want to show.

@annemiek :

It’s a bit fake-animation effect because:

You have to create the frames far from each other positioned on your canvas:
 

 

Then you open the frame-list and click on each frame to navigate … so you’ve got the effect:

But as you noticed:

At the beginning I jumped between frame 2 and frame 3 two times …

 

Michael

I do it the same way, but within the presentation it would be nice if I can use a remote-Control to flip through some “slides”. Because then I can move within the room during the presentation.

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@Ute Hamelmann :

I’ve got a remote, too.

First preparation:

Open the frame section and put the mouse cursor opon the first frame.

After this I hit in my remote the wheel and my presentation starts to move.

Second time hit the wheel-button again .. presentation moves to the second frame …

I’ve got this remote:

Keyspan Presentation Remote - Fernbedienung - 2 Tasten: AmazonSmile: Elektronik & Foto

It should work with other remotes, too.

It works even if you’ve closed the Frames section - the presentation continues if you hit your wheel / button!

 

Michael

@mlanders  Wow thank you so much for your fast answers! Cool and helpful support - I like! :slight_smile:

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