Take your meetings and brainstorming sessions to the next level and create a great collaboration experience for your team by using Miro on an interactive display.
About using Miro on an interactive display
- Miro is a web-based tool so it's compatible with any device that has a supported browser.
For a smoother experience, we recommend downloading the Miro app from the Microsoft app store and using it on any Windows 10-based device.
You can also use the Miro app on a Cisco Webex Board. Learn how here.
We also recommend using a stylus or digital pen with Miro for easier drawing or writing on the screen.
Here are some examples of displays and devices that could support Miro:
Microsoft Surface Hub 2S
Dell Interactive Touch Monitors
Cisco Webex Boards
Sharp Windows Collaboration Display
LG Interactive Digital Board
To learn more about selecting the right display for collaboration, check out this article.
How to set up Miro on an interactive display
- If you are in a conference room with a display, make sure that the device is one of the following in order to launch Miro:
- is a device with a supported browser
- is a Cisco Webex Board
- is a Windows 10-based display
- You can launch Miro in the browser by visiting miro.com/login.
- If you are using a Cisco Webex Board, there are two ways you can set up the Miro app - directly from Control Hub or within the UI Extensions editor.
- For all Windows 10-based devices, you can install the Miro app from the Microsoft App Store.
- Once you launch Miro, log in using your credentials.
- Once the Miro board is projected on the screen, you can go ahead and start the session/meeting.
- After the session is over, make sure to log out of your personal Miro account on the interactive display to allow the next user to be able to sign in and protect your account data.
💡 Get more tips on hosting a hybrid meeting with Miro using an interactive display.
⚠️ Please note that Miro only supports one touchpoint per device.
⚠️ Miro works on 4K displays but it should be a Windows 10 device.