When getting started with Miro and registering your profile, you can create your first Miro team or join someone's account. As your product usage grows, you may want to create additional teams to be able to separate work on different projects.
In this article:
- Creating your first team in Miro
1.1 Creating a new team when registering a profile
- Creating additional teams in Miro
- Frequently asked questions
Creating your first team in Miro
When registering a Miro profile, you may either create a new team or join a team where you have been invited or provisioned.
If you submit a corporate email address when creating an account, you might find out your company has already registered an account in Miro which is set to be discoverable for users with your domain. In this case, you can see the options to Request a license, Join a team or Create a new team to start whiteboarding.
Creating a new account as a corporate user
By choosing the Request license option, you will send the request to the Admins of the team. As it might take some time for the Team Admin to process your request, Miro will suggest you create your own free team to start working right away.
If you choose to Join an existing team, you will be redirected to the team's dashboard right away.
✏️ You can join teams discoverable for your domain later on your dashboard - learn more.
You can also choose to create your own free team by clicking Create a new team.
Creating a new team when registering a profile
After clicking Create a new team, you will be suggested to fill out details:
Setting up a new corporate team
You can invite your teammates when setting up the team or do this later.
The option to invite users when registering a team
Once the team is ready, you can start creating boards, invite users to collaborate and upgrade to a paid plan according to your needs.
Creating additional teams in Miro
Creating new teams for new projects makes the most sense when you need to invite different people to work on them, and want to be able to manage content and access to it in the most efficient way possible.
There are three main options available for users seeking multi-team functionality:
- Purchasing multiple paid accounts as needed. Click the plus icon on the left sidebar to purchase a new team:
Creating a new paid team
- Purchasing Consultant Plan if you do consulting work with multiple clients on a regular basis. The plan allows creating multiple teams within one Consultant subscription (without paying additionally for each new team). Learn here how to create a new team on Consultant plan.
- Purchasing Enterprise Plan if you work in an organisation with advanced security and user management requirements, where different teams will be using Miro for different projects. Read how to create a new team on Enterprise plan.
Frequently asked questions
- I am a member of someone's Miro team but I want to create my own one. How can I do this?
- You can purchase a new team by clicking the plus icon on the left sidebar of your dashboard. For some users, however, this option may be restricted by corporate Admins via Domain Control. ⚠️ Note that creating a new free team in UI is only possible when you register a profile.
- How do I join other teams in my organisation after I have set up my own team?
- You may ask your colleagues to invite you to their teams or join teams discoverable for you (if there are any) when clicking the plus icon on the left sidebar of your dashboard.
- Will a member of another paid team take a paid seat in mine?
- Yes, when inviting a new member to your paid team, you need to purchase a license for them. On Team plan, you can invite Trial Members.