The Miro app for Zoom enables teams to build an all-in-one digital meeting room and effectively collaborate during meetings and workshops using Miro from within Zoom. The app provides Miro’s collaboration capabilities from within Zoom and makes onboarding guest users especially easy. For Miro newcomers, we offer whiteboarding with registration-free access.
✏️ Check out the User guide for Miro app for Zoom.
Available for: all Miro plans, all Zoom plans
*For Zoom Business and Enterprise plans, admin may need to pre-approve the Miro app
Available on: desktop version
In this article:
- How to enable Zoom Apps Experience
1.1. Enable Discovery of Apps
1.2. How to pre-approve the app in Zoom
1.3. Selecting users on the account that can install the app
1.4. How to add the app to the allowlist in Miro
- How users can install the app
- Understanding board sharing access settings
- Frequently asked questions
How to enable Zoom Apps Experience
Enable Discovery of Apps
- Sign in to the Zoom web portal as an admin with the privilege to edit account settings.
- In the navigation panel, click Account Management then Account Settings.
- Click the Zoom Apps tab.
- Verify that Zoom Apps Quick Launch Button is enabled. This allows users on your account to see the Zoom Apps button on the desktop client.
- If the setting is disabled, click the toggle to enable it. If a verification dialog displays, click Turn On to verify the change.
In addition, Zoom has additional documentation on how to enable Zoom apps only for specific groups or users. For more visit the Zoom help center here.
Enabling Zoom Apps Quick Launch Button
This will enable Zoom Apps in the top bar in Zoom’s main client and the bottom bar in meeting clients for users of your account.
How to pre-approve the app in Zoom
If you are a Zoom admin for a Zoom Business or Enterprise plan, you may need to pre-approve the Miro app here in order for users to have access to it.
Pre-approving the Miro app
Selecting users on the account that can install the app
In addition to pre-approving the Miro app, you can select which users or groups are able to install it.
Selecting users and groups that can install the Miro app
Once you have approved the Miro app and installed it on your company account, users will be able to access and install from the Zoom client.
See Zoom’s documentation for more information.
How to add the app to the allowlist in Miro
Set up by: Company Admins on Enterprise plan
If you are on Enterprise plan and your Miro account has enabled to limit installation only for approved apps then please make sure to include the Miro app for Zoom in your approved app list in Company settings > Approved apps. You can do this by pasting the clientID 3074457354625507111 into the search and enable the app for installation.
Adding Zoom to approved apps
How users can install the app
The first step in the installation process is to authorize the Miro app for Zoom.
Allowing Miro to access your Zoom account
Once authorized the app will redirect users into their Zoom desktop app and show the newly installed Miro app. Note that they will need to be logged into their Zoom account to add the app.
Miro users will need to sign in to see their boards. This will redirect them to their system browser where we request them to sign in to Miro or directly authorize the app in Miro. They can choose to install the app for any team that they have access to.
Install the app for one of your Miro teams
Users will then be redirected back into the Zoom desktop app where they will see their Miro dashboard including all their existing teams and boards.
Users will be able to select a board from their dashboard and open it within Zoom
Understanding board sharing access settings
Users can define the appropriate permissions for sharing a board within a Zoom meeting. They can choose between four options: Anyone in Zoom can edit/comment/view or Private (which means that the sharing settings will be the same as what is set on the Miro side).
Configuring access settings for your board
The access setting options will follow organization-wide access controls. If you have restricted public link sharing for boards on Enterprise plan, that option will not be available to users. See Sharing Policy to learn more about Miro’s board sharing options.
Public editing is turned off by Company Admin
Frequently asked questions
What data is the Miro app for Zoom accessing?
- Miro app for Zoom is requesting user profile information to associate a board to a given user. Our app does not access meeting content, such as video, audio, chat and/or meeting files and hence does not appear in Zoom’s Active Apps Notifier.
- Can the app be installed on tablet or mobile devices?
- No, the Miro app for Zoom is only available on desktop.
For what operating system does Zoom Apps work?
- Mac OS and Windows.
What version of Zoom is required to use Zoom Apps?
- Version: 5.7.3