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MIRO


What is it?

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboarding platform that enables distributed teams to work effectively together, from brainstorming with digital sticky notes to planning and managing agile workflows.

Who is it for?

Miro can be used by anyone for free with a limited number of features, but if your require more, they offer two paid plans and an enterprise option.

What can it do?

Foster your design, development and teams to align and innovate in an online platform in real-time. Create concepts, map design ideas or customer journeys, and create roadmaps.

Miro has an infinite canvas which gives you the freedom to work with the space as your team sees fit. Whether you're hosting a digital brainstorm, documenting a meeting, teaching a class, or design collaboration.

Integration and Apps:
  • Increase productivity with add-ons such as Mircosoft Teams, Google Dive, Voting or OneDrive

Templates:
  • Miro has many pre-made templates including user story maps, fishbone diagrams, mind maps, or Kanbans

Brainstorm:
  • Ideate with your team or class in real time or asynchronously

Plan:
  • Roadmap your work and create a strategy

Iterate:
  • Host retrospectives and reevaluate work

Design:
  • Create from the foundation idea to finish product

Teach:
  • Create resources, lead classes, and give assignments

Meet:
  • Enage during meetings and collaborate in real time


Is it University approved?

Miro is NOT Universty of Calgary approved. 

You can request Miro through IT Services following the Software Acquisition Process Guide.





Miro. (2020). Home. Retrieved from https://miro.com/ (accessed 24 July 2020).
Miro. (2020). Marketplace. Retrieved from https://miro.com/marketplace/ (accessed 24 July 2020).
Miro. (2020). Pricing. Retrieved from https://miro.com/pricing/ (accessed 24 July 2020).
Miro. (2020). Templates. Retrieved from https://miro.com/templates/ (accessed 24 July 2020).