Board content restoration functionality exists in Miro to make sure accidental content deletion doesn’t get in the way of your team productivity. Board editors can easily restore objects recently deleted from their boards.
⚠️ The feature is not available for guest editors.
Users can restore:
- Any content deleted from the board during their current active session and 30 minutes after the content was deleted in case the session is over
- The last 1000 objects deleted from the board – if the restoration occurs more than 30 minutes after the content was deleted
- Any content deleted from the board if the objects were selected and deleted simultaneously for an indefinite period of time – until the next 1000 objects are deleted
To restore deleted objects, open Activity List on the bottom-left toolbar and click Restore – the deleted objects will reappear on the board (exactly where they were before being deleted), and the board will zoom in to that part of the board.
Restoring a deleted object
⚠️ Please note, there will be edge cases when:
- content will be restored to a different part of the board (e.g. when a connection line is restored and the sticky note it was attached to was repositioned on the board)
- content will lose its connection to the object it was linked to initially (e.g. when a card is deleted from a table, and then restored – it will be restored to the same part of the board but will not be attached to the table anymore)
- certain content will not be restored. Current limitations include:
As a rule, if objects were deleted and then restored simultaneously, all links within this batch will be restored as well, but there is a chance that links to external objects outside the board will not be restored.
Note that board duplicates don't support the option to restore objects that were deleted on the original board.