The advanced user management in Miro allows account Admins to easily filter and manage all the users in one place.
To see the full list of the users that have access to your account, go to Company settings. On the left-hand side, under the User and Team Management headline, select the Active users tab. You will see the list of all the users that are added or invited to the Teams or boards within the particular account.
✏️ To get to Company settings from team settings, click Company in the upper-left corner:
Getting to the list of Active users
💡 As a Company Admin, you can download a full list of users in your organisation (filters don't apply). Find the Download button near the heading Active users.
Download a list of active users as CSV
In the Active users section, you will see the entire list of users separated by Role, License, Teams, and Activity.
If you have dozens, hundreds or thousands of Miro users search by email and name or filter the list by 4 above mentioned criteria to find anyone quicker. You can also hide invited users to see only users that have approved an invitation to Teams or boards in your account.
As an Admin, you can filter user list by Role, License, Teams, or Activity. Hide invited users if necessary
The Role defines the access levels within the account. While Company Admin is the most powerful role with the editing rights for the account settings, a Non-Team User can only access the boards that they are invited to. Learn more in the article about access levels.
The License mark shows if a user is consuming a Full license or a Day Pass.
The Teams is a number of Teams within the account a user is added to.
The Last activity day shows when a user has opened any board belonging to the account. You can filter and see all the users that were active/inactive during the past 30/60/90 days.
As a Company Admin, you can change the role, the license, and the number of teams for any user or group of users.
The drop-down menu shows what you can change for a particular user
Select several users and apply any changes in bulk
The advanced user management system helps you manage the resources you’ve purchased more effectively. For example, if you have Flexible Licensing Program activated for your account, you can convert inactive users to Free Restricted.