Miro has several integrations that enable users to easily share a board across external apps like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Jira, Confluence, and others. Enterprise Admins can allow or restrict embedding boards within the supported apps.
Relevant for: Enterprise plan
Embedding Miro boards in supported apps
When you embed a Miro board in a supported app, you can grant board access to the app’s users even if they don’t have Miro profiles.
Sharing a board inside a supported app doesn’t affect your sharing settings on the Miro side. Learn more about Access to boards embedded in supported apps.
Embedding a Miro board with restricted access
How to restrict or allow embedding boards in supported apps
Who can do it: Company Admins
Company Admins on the Enterprise plan can configure the ability to embed Miro boards in supported apps. With this setting turned on, users can embed their Miro boards even if public sharing is restricted in your organization or teams.
To allow or restrict sharing with non-signed-in users in supported apps:
- Go to Company settings
- Click on Collaboration under "Security & compliance"
- Scroll down to the "Sharing" section and toggle on/off Sharing via embed
✏️ Learn more about embedded board access for users on Free Restricted licenses.
Allowing sharing via embed on the Enterprise plan
If you turn the setting off, previously embedded boards will become unavailable. New boards can still be embedded, but will require each visitor to have access.
Users have a full view of all of the apps where a specific board has been embedded with the ability to revoke access at any time - all from the board sharing settings. Learn more about how to manage and revoke access to embedded boards.
Removing an access link
Can boards embedded in supported apps be password protected?
In Company settings, Admins have the opportunity to require passwords for Miro boards that are shared by a public link.
When you share a board via a public link with a password on the Miro side, these settings are not reflected in boards embedded across supported apps. Password protection is not enforced when you embed a board in Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or other apps.
Instead, we ensure that access to an embedded board is only available in the supported app and not provided outside the app (for example, in a web browser) - unless the board is shared on the Miro side.