Miroverse is how Miro pioneers and thought leaders share their favorite boards. By sharing your board we will turn your tried and true workflows, projects, and frameworks into templates anyone can start using with a few simple clicks. All submissions are reviewed by hand and a selection of top boards are made for each month.
What all great Miroverse boards have in common
We encourage you to share your creations for a chance to join the Miroverse collection of all-star boards. Showcase your expertise and take credit for your work.
- Clear flow & story. Make it easy to follow each part of your process right from the beginning keeping a clear structure. Lead into the description with an introduction. Help viewers understand what makes your concept or approach unique
- Easy to customize. Templates are great starting points for others to build on and really make their own, keep the content flexible by limiting the number of locked elements. Be mindful of others using the template in practice and keep self-promotional elements like logos and personal bios to a minimum
- Unique experience. Most will be interested in your specific approach and experience. Examples really help, whether it’s blank Sticky Notes to give an idea of how many responses are expected, sentence starters to get ideas flowing, or an example of the final result
- Video walkthrough. Recommended video length can be around 3-15 min, it can be simply recorded with Loom or any other screen recording tool. Add relevant insights that highlight your personal approach and problems that your framework solves. The content is flexible, it could be a high-level overview, a short walkthrough covering steps of the process, or even a live-action example of it in action. Frames can be helpful to guide through steps
Board and profile requirements
Getting your board ready for publishing
Step 1: Be sure to remove any sensitive, confidential, or proprietary information that you’re not comfortable sharing. For the submission, you can create a duplicate board, redact the duplicated board, and submit this board instead.
Step 2: If you’re referring to someone else’s work, please make sure to check the terms and conditions under which you can quote their work. If you’re inspired by another Miroverse creator, feel free to add an attribution in your submission.
Step 3: Prepare your board to be shared: make the link publish & download your board as a backup. You will be asked to share this file when you submit the link.
Step 4: Provide a description of your board. Share as much detail as you feel comfortable, the more the better to tell your board story. We suggest using the structure below & aiming at 200 words:
- What: What is the template about? Why did you create this template?
- Who: Think of who might benefit from this; is this for small groups or individuals?
- When: Scenarios for when this template is most useful
- How: Instructions, tips & tricks on how to use this template
💡 Example: Strategy Canvas Tool by d.labs
Step 5: Make sure your board is not a completely empty structure, but has great examples of how the final result should look like.
💡 Example: Future Design Workshop by Zeix
When you submit your board for the first time, you’ll also be asked to create a profile. Profile pages ensure that anyone can learn about you and discover more of your templates.
Profile page requirements
- Account details. Your name will appear on your profile page, and next to your boards. It represents who your boards will be attributed to.
Requirements: Make sure to share your email address that is attached to your Miro account
- Profile image. Your profile image will be displayed alongside your name, whenever it appears.
Requirements: 200 x 200 px
- A brief bio. This is where you can put information about yourself.
Requirements: 200 characters max
- Job title and company. E.g. Product Manager @Miro. This information will be displayed alongside your name
- A company logo. This will be displayed with your bio.
Requirements: a white logo with transparent background, PNG or SVG