Bring the power of whiteboard visualization to your work while using Airtable! The plugin allows you to embed Miro boards as Airtable blocks in several clicks and view, comment and edit them right in Airtable.
Available for: Airtable Pro plan+ users
In this article:
- How to install
- How to use the block
2.1. Attaching boards to Airtable bases
2.2. Creating new boards on the Airtable's side
2.3. Viewing, commenting and editing boards
2.4. Removing boards from Airtable
How to install
⚠️ Miro block is not available in Safari
The block can be installed by block editors. Click Install a block in the Blocks section.
Installing the Miro block
Find Miro in the gallery and click Install.
Miro block in the blocks gallery
Choose a dashboard to add the Miro block to and click Add block. The block will appear on the dashboard.
Choosing a dashboard to add the Miro block to
How to use the block
Adding boards to Airtable bases
Click Add a board on the Miro block.
Adding a Miro board
You will see a picker with Miro boards. If you're not authorized in Miro in the browser, you'll need to sign in or register a profile. You can switch between your teams in the picker and choose any board.
Set the sharing settings of the board in the drop-down menu. You can make a board available for viewing and commenting so that the users who do not have a Miro profile can access it.
Sharing settings when adding a Miro board to Airtable
Here's how a block with a Miro board will look:
Miro board in Airtable
You can replace the board in the block with another one: simply click the gear icon (Settings) > Choose a board and select another board in the picker that will appear.
Replacing a board in a Miro block
Creating new boards on Airtable's side
To create a new board, click Add board and create a New board from the picker.
Creating a board from the picker
Viewing, commenting and editing boards
You can view, comment or edit a board in Airtable right in the block. You can expand the board by clicking the Fullscreen icon. The board window will open as an overlay allowing you to work and collaborate as if you were in Miro.
Board's overlay in Airtable
Removing boards from Airtable
To remove a board from the dashboard, simply remove the block by selecting the option in the drop-down menu.
Deleting a Miro block