Available for: Team, Consultant, Business, Enterprise, and Education Plans
Set up by: board owners, editors who are members of the team where the board is located
Available on: browser version, Desktop app, Tablet app
In this article:
- What is board history?
- Board history access
- How to restore a version of a Miro board?
- What does beta mean?
What is board history?
Imagine working on a massive Miro board with dozens of collaborators: sometimes your content can be accidentally moved around or deleted by other editors.
Board history makes it possible to automatically save and recover versions of Miro boards enabling you to collaborate with additional confidence.
- Access board history in the board history of your Miro boards
- Board versions are automatically saved every hour as well as at the end of each collaborative session
- If you want to continue working with an earlier version of your board, you can create a copy of it without disrupting the work of your team members
✏️ Note that this feature is currently in beta and not available on all Miro accounts.
Board history access
Board history is available to the board owner and editors who are members of the team where the board is located if they have the right to copy the board content. To allow your team members to restore previous board versions, please be sure to allow them copy the board content.
Company Admins on the Enterprise Plan will have the option to disable board history:
- For all of the their organization: no one will have access to board history (including Company Admins themselves)
- For all of the end users in their organization: only Company Admins will have access to board history
Please, reach out to your Customer Success Manager to disable board history.
Company Admins with Content Admin permissions on the Enterprise Plan will be able to access board history on all boards and restore versions as necessary. To access board history on boards that aren’t shared with them, a Company Admin with content admin permissions will need to become a board owner or share the board with themselves first.
If you don't have permission to restore previous versions of a board, you will see the corresponding message in the Versions tab.
How to restore a version of a Miro board?
To restore a previous version of your Miro board, open board history, switch to Versions, hover over a needed date, and click Restore as a board copy. You will be suggested to enter the board name. Check boxes below if you need to create the copy in the same project and share it with the same users.
Restoring a previous version of a Miro board
What does beta mean?
It means the Miro product team is currently validating this feature. We will work with beta testers to answer their questions and get feedback from them to finalise the solution.
The final feature naming, functionality, and availability across Miro plans may be subject to change, and we will make sure we incorporate the feedback that we get during the early access phase to make our solution as valuable as possible.