We tend to use Miro a lot in (design-) workshops with clients. Therefore we prepare frames within a Miro board for different sections of the workshop and use the frames overview to navigate through it.
Unfortunately not all our clients are digital natives, so seeing a full board at first glance can be quite confusing at the beginning. Participants sometimes even scroll to other frames than the currently used one and get lost.
A bullet prove method to make sure everyone is looking at the correct frame (other than catching them with the video chat functionality – which is not always possible unfortunately) would be to be able to hide frames (including their content) until they are used.
Miro's competitor Mural has a quite easy approach to this: In the frames overview there is an eye icon next to each frames that can be tuned off (similar to the eye symbol for layers in photoshop or any other graphics tool). Frames can only be hidden/revealed by registered users (to make sure workshop participants as anonymous editors don't reveal frames by accident).
I think this would be a great feature to add to Miro's frames as well. And this can't be too hard to implement. What do you guys think?