Talktrack allows individual users to record interactive video or audio walkthroughs of their Miro board so they can share their ideas without spending extra time in meetings. Learn how Miro ensures Enterprise-grade security and compliance for Talktrack.
✏️ Grant access to Talktrack for your organization in your Feature access settings.
Miro is the enterprise-ready online workspace for innovation that empowers distributed teams of any size to dream, design, and build the future together. In the office, remote, or a mix, your teams can use Miro for every use case across the company.
But with that comes great responsibility, which is why we take security as seriously as we do collaboration — to help keep your ideas safe.
Approved and certified
Secure access management
Industry best practices and regulatory requirements
|Protect and manage your intellectual property
||Control who can access and manage your Miro content
Approved and certified
Miro follows industry best practices and regulatory requirements, including ISO 27001, SOC2 Type II, and SOC3. We also ensure your infrastructure and services are compliant with GDPR standards — this includes Talktrack recordings.
Content lifecycle management
Deleting a Talktrack: When a Talktrack is deleted, it can’t be restored.
Deleting a board: Talktracks are layered recordings that provide context to a board. If a board is deleted, its Talktracks will also be deleted. However, if an admin restores a deleted board within 90 days, the board's Talktracks will also be restored. Read more about board deletion.
Data captured when recording a Talktrack: The recorder's cursor movements and the viewport of the Miro board, the content of the board at the time the Talktrack is created, the recorder's video, either their camera view or avatar depending on whether the camera is on or off, the recorder's audio from the selected audio source, and any other audio that is present in the same physical space as the presenter.
Data not captured when recording a Talktrack: The cursor or information of any other users who are accessing the board at the time of recording, the recorder's screen or computer sounds.
The legal basis for processing personal data related to Talktrack, where Miro is controller (essentially metadata), are performance of a contract (self-serve users) and/or legitimate interests (all users). The customer is the controller of the data recorded with Talktrack. The customer’s legal basis is for the customer to assess and likely to be legitimate interests.
The beta version of Talktrack provides basic keyboard navigation support.
are available for Talktrack in the admin settings. We have integrations with the following SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems:SplunkIBM QRadar
Miro leverages best-in-class external consulting firms to perform annual audits. Our current ISO 27001 certification is signed by BSI (British Standard Institution) from the UK and the SOC2 & SOC3 reports by KirkpatrickPrice from the US. Read more about compliance at Miro
Protect and manage the intellectual property created or added to our platform. Your data is encrypted in transit with the TLS 1.3 protocol and at rest with AES 256.
Data in Miro — including Talktrack data — is by default encrypted at rest with the AES256 algorithm and in transit with TLS1.3 protocol. Read more in our Miro Encryption Whitepaper
Enterprise key management
Data segregation via customer keys is not supported in the beta version of Talktrack.
The Board classification
label is not visible while watching or recording a Talktrack.
Secure access management
Control who can access Miro with enterprise-grade functionality, leveraging advanced identity and administrative capabilities. Read more about Enterprise Plan security & compliance features.
Controlling your organization’s access to Talktrack
Company admins can grant or revoke access to Talktrack for the entire company or specific teams in their Feature access
Access to record a Talktrack
The option to record a Talktrack
is available for users that have commenting or editing access on a board, or are board owners or co-owners.
Access to view a Talktrack
Talktrack playback is available for all users that have access to the board
Frequently asked questions
Can a company admin see which boards have a Talktrack?
You can only see if a board has a Talktrack by opening it. If the board is not shared with you, you can use content admin permissions
to gain access and see the Talktrack.
How can I turn off Talktrack for my company or team?
To turn off Talktrack, go to your Feature access
settings and select No one can use
, or remove access for specific teams by clicking X
next to the team name.
Why is Talktrack in beta?
We believe that Talktrack has a significant impact on improving team communication by adding rich context for asynchronous collaboration. Talktrack is currently in beta because we want to provide value to our users as soon as possible, while also gathering additional feedback to improve the Talktrack experience. Additionally, we plan to add more accessibility features before the general rollout to all users.
What happens to existing Talktracks when an admin revokes access to the Talktrack feature?
Existing Talktracks will remain available, but no new Talktracks can be recorded.
Can admins delete Talktracks?
Admins can share a board with themselves in the content admin permissions
, and then delete the Talktrack from the board.
Are the names of users shown on the app and/or saved with Talktrack data?
Talktrack displays the name (either first and last name or display name, depending on availability) during playback and as the "recorder name." However, Talktrack only saves user IDs, so no personal information is saved with the recording. If the user is not part of the organization during playback, the display name will show as "Unknown User."