Idea

Time lapse recording of activity on board

  • 23 September 2020
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When giving training sessions on how to use Miro, I often get the question “How do I start?”.

People see use cases and best practices when they are filled with templates, structure and content, but can’t imagine how the (collaborative) process works. 

It would be very illustrative to show a time lapse (on time level or on activity level) so you can see the board being populated, changed over time at high speed.


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@Debruyne Adriaan -

While this would be a useful native add-on, the workaround I use is the built-in Windows 10 screen recorder.

Kiron

I agree. I understand there are work arounds but if there was a feature similar to the one on procreate where you could play back your process - I think the visualization uses for that would be endless; user testing, populating, ideation, affinitization, et.

Would also be cool to “replay” a scrum sprint, and see the kanban notes move, when reviewing the progress. 

I love that others have thought of this too. Procreate is exactly what I was thinking of or Time Machine. I use Miro as a project dashboard and would love to see the life cycle by scrubbing through a “timelapse”  to see how it evolved, was organized or even just as an archive to view things that were deleted or change at a certain place in the process. 

@Debruyne Adriaan -

While this would be a useful native add-on, the workaround I use is the built-in Windows 10 screen recorder.

Kiron

Maybe more of a stop-gap “better than nothing” option. I don’t think it captures the intent of the wish however. 

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