There is a number of ways to save your boards, all of them are available in the Export menu on the board.
⚠️ Please note, that board export is available for team members with editing access to the board only.
⚠️ High-quality resolution export is only available for Team, Business, Consultant, Enterprise and Education plans.
In this article:
Save as image
Export boards as a JPG image - Small, Medium and Large - and as a PDF file in Vector quality (vector quality is only saved as a PDF file). Select the quality and choose the part of the board that you wish to export.
Saving the part of the board as an image
You can export individual frames as JPG images. To do this, right-click the needed frame - you will then see the context menu - choose Export as image:
Saving the frame as an image
With vector export, you can preserve the image quality when exporting large boards.
💡If you want to export the whole board as an image, you can select all objects on your board with the shortcut (Ctrl + A for Windows/ ⌘ + A for Mac), click the three-dot icon in order to create a frame over them, and then export this frame as an image.
Creating a frame over selected objects
Please note, that bitmap images on the board are still compressed during the upload, whereas objects created in Miro (shapes, stickers, text, links, etc.) will keep their quality.
Save as PDF
This option allows you to export Frames as a PDF document - Small or best Vector quality. To export the board as a PDF file, you need to create at least one frame. Each frame will become a separate page in the resulting PDF document.
Exporting board as a PDF file
💡 Please note that the PDF export means that all the frames are exported as a single file. If you'd like to export only some of the frames, remove the other ones and undo this action after the export. Or select several frames and export them via the context menu.
✏️ The order of the frames in exported PDF is the same as in the Frames panel. You can change the order of the frames by dragging them.
Changing the order of the frames
⚠️ Links are clickable on exported Vector PDF files only.
✏️ Please note, that exporting frames with a large number of widgets may cause a disruption in the export process (e.g. some text on the exported PDF files might be missing). For optimal performance, we recommend dividing large boards into several frames and exporting each frame separately.
Watch a short video showing the Image and PDF export flow:
Save board as template
Create and share custom templates with your team to ensure scalability and consistency of team processes. Choose the Save as a Template option in the Export menu - the whole board will be saved as a template.
Download board backup
The backup feature allows you to create archived copies of your boards. You can access those boards later by uploading them back to Miro. Find more information in the corresponding article Board Backup.
Embedding a board created in Miro is a great way to share your work with your blog followers or visitors of your website without sending invitations. All the changes you make to the board will be reflected in the embedded window. See more in Embedding Editable Boards into Websites.
Export to spreadsheet (CSV)
Available in: Chrome, IE and Firefox browsers
All the stickies and texts in a single frame can be exported to a CSV file. To do that right-click the needed frame and choose Export to CSV in the context menu:
Exporting frame to a CSV file
As a result, you will have a CSV file with the board content put into a column in the following order: text - URL (if present on the board) - sticky note tags (if present on the board).
You can also select several objects that include text and export them as a CSV file.
Exporting several widgets as a CSV file
Save to Google Drive
Use this option to create a link to your board in your Google Drive directory. This way it becomes accessible just like one of the files or documents stored to your Drive. Click the board icon within the Google Drive interface to open a new instance of Miro in your browser.
⚠️ Note that the board data are not actually stored in Google Drive, it only keeps the board link.
Saving the link to the board to your Google Drive
Attach to Jira
If you have installed Jira add-on, you can easily attach your boards to Jira issues.
Choose Save as image or Save as PDF in the Export menu. Now you can print out the exported document.