You can easily select, move, group, change, and lock multiple objects on Miro boards.
How to select several objects
Make sure you've activated the select tool (or press V to activate it) and drag the selection field across the needed objects. If you work in the Mobile or Tablet app or use touchscreen, make a long tap and drag.
To start a precise selection that only includes an object if it covers 90%+ of its surface, long click/press and drag. This is helpful if you need to select objects on top of another background shape.
Selecting multiple stickies on top of a shape with precise selection tool
If you work with a keyboard, you can also select particular objects by clicking them one by one while holding down Shift or Ctrl (for Windows)/Command (for Mac).
Selecting multiple sticky notes while holding Shift
Another way to select objects is to use the Lasso tool. The pick an object, you need to include at least 90% of the object.
Selecting objects with the Lasso tool
💡 Select all elements on the board using Ctrl+A/Cmd+A shortcut.
Modifying the selected objects
✏️ Make sure none of the objects you want to select is locked. Otherwise, you'll need to unlock them first by clicking the object and choosing Unlock.
Selecting, filtering, and modifying multiple objects
Unlocking the object
💡 Another way to move objects together is to place them on one frame and move the frame. Learn more about frames in Miro.
Frequently asked questions
- I cannot drag the selection field. What do I do?
- Please make sure to switch to the select tool.
- I cannot group selected objects. Why?
- Please note that is not possible to group objects within tables and objects located on different frames.
- Can I select and move individual objects inside a group?
- Yes, double-click an object and drag it. Look how you do this on this page.