Learn how to manage app installation and permissions on an organizational and team level.
Relevant for: Business Plan, Enterprise Plan
Who can do it: Team Admins, Company Admins
Who can manage apps?
Organization-level app management is only available on the Enterprise Plan for Company Admins. Team-level app management is available on Business and Enterprise plans for Team and Company admins.
Install apps for an organization or specific teams
Install and authorize apps for all users in an organization or specific teams in your organization from the app management controls.
Go to Company settings > Apps. From this section, Company Admins can install apps for all or specific teams.
Apps management control in Company settings
Enter an app name or client ID in the search bar. Select an app from the dropdown list and click Install.
Installing an app from Company settings
You can install the app for all teams in your organization or choose specific teams. If an app is already installed for some teams, you will see the corresponding tag. If you reinstall the app for a team, team members will need to reauthorize the app. Click Install to finish.
Selecting teams to install the Google Drive app for
If you install an app for all teams, the app will be installed for all newly created teams as well.
Some apps require no installation for users. They may require additional authorization or individual sign-in. These pre-installed apps are: Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Smartsheet, Azure Cards, Jira Cards, Brandfetch, Adobe CC, Google Images, Iconfinder, Slack. These apps will not be pre-installed if they are not on the company approved list. You can manage this list if you're a Company Admin.
Preauthorize apps for an organization
If you install an app, you can also preauthorize it at the same time. If an app is preinstalled and preauthorized by an admin, users in the organization will be able to start using it right away. Individual sign-in to a 3rd party service may still be required for certain apps.
This feature is available only for apps built with the Miro Web SDK. The Miro Web SDK enables extending Miro functionality. It's a toolbox to build powerful apps that run inside a Miro board.
Approving apps for individual user installation
By default, users can install any app for their team. Company Admins can restrict app installations to allow only certain apps to be installed by their teams.
Company Admins can enable or limit the installation of certain apps for their users by going to Company settings > Apps > Manage apps and toggling on the option Restrict members to install apps only from the list below.
The option to limit installations for approved apps on Enterprise plan
If the installation is limited, only those apps that have been approved can be installed by Enterprise users. To approve an app for user installation, enable the toggle next to it or paste a client ID in the corresponding field to approve an internally developed app.
To restrict an installed app, find the app on the list and make sure that the toggle next to the app is disabled. Please note that users from all Enterprise or Consultant teams will not be able to use the app if it is restricted.
A notification shown to Admins when they disable an app on the list of approved apps
If an app is restricted in your organization, users will be able to send requests for app installation to Company Admins.
The option to send a request for the app installation on the Enterprise plan
Users can see approved apps on the Marketplace within Miro boards stored in the Enterprise plan.
Approved apps within a Miro board
Allow or restrict app installation in teams
Team and Company Admins can also manage the installation of apps on the team level: they can allow or restrict team members to install new apps for the team. The setting is configured for each team separately.
Apps & Integrations in Team settings
Learn more about Miro apps and integrations.