Miro

2011
San Francisco, CA, USA
Jun 23, 2020   |  By Anna Boiarkina
June 22, 2020 Over the past few months we’ve seen the world change before our eyes. Here at Miro, we’ve seen first-hand how collaboration habits have evolved as companies worldwide have shifted to remote work. The differences are evident in how teams are using our product, every day. We’ve been closely observing these developments and identifying ways to respond to them.
Jun 16, 2020   |  By Evan Roxanna Rampzipoor
Asking good questions is one of the hardest skills to master. Anyone who’s ever given an interview, participated in a panel or webinar, or even gone on a date knows that an uninspired question can really kill the conversation. When it comes to brainstorming, good questions are everything. We’ve all been in brainstorming sessions that started out fine but quickly lost steam, or that never took off at all.
May 29, 2020   |  By Conor Dewey
If there was one thing you could improve on your team, what would it be? Most common answers to this question aren’t around ability or leadership. Instead, they tend to focus on a lack of alignment and information. These were difficult areas to get right before the shift to remote work and have only gotten more challenging since. We have experimented with all sorts of approaches for keeping our team aligned and informed at Hugo.
May 27, 2020   |  By Kristin Leitch
Every day, Miro users are creating and collaborating in ways we’d never dreamed up. It’s only by seeing all these projects in the wild we get a glimpse into the possibilities. And what we’ve seen so far is amazing. Many people have already been sharing their boards on social media and in the Miro online community, but we wanted to find a way to bring all of these incredible examples together in a dedicated place that’s useful and actionable for everyone who uses Miro.
Starting today, all Miro users have access to Grids, a new widget that allows you to organize content within visual tables in a matter of seconds.
Jul 9, 2020   |  By Miro
IDOARRT is a simple tool to support you to lead an effective meeting or group process by setting out clear purpose, structure, and goals at the very beginning. It aims to enable all participants to understand every aspect of the meeting or process, which creates the security of a common ground to start from. The acronym stands for Intention, Desired Outcome, Agenda, Rules, Roles and Responsibilities and Time.
Jun 15, 2020   |  By Miro
Join Miro experts Lindsey Meredith and Matt Mulholland as they walk through how to facilitate engaging online workshops and meetings in Miro. In this training, you'll learn how to set up Miro boards for collaborative workshops, use facilitation tools to manage and engage attendees, onboard participants in advance of your event, manage access rights and permissions and choose the right plan for your business or event.
May 19, 2020   |  By Miro
Starting May 18, 2020 all Miro users have access to Grids, a new widget that allows you to organize content within visual tables in a matter of seconds.
May 14, 2020   |  By Miro
Running remote meetings and online workshops can be challenging. We’ve released a series of enhancements and new resources to help you design and facilitate amazing online sessions in Miro.
Apr 7, 2020   |  By Miro
Find out how to use Miro with Jira, Confluence & Trello to boost your product development workflow.