Miro has several integrations that enable users to share a board with certain access settings within a specific app to simplify access: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Jira, Confluence, etc. The access setting options follow Enterprise organization access controls. Miro’s embed sharing allows Admins to enable users to share Miro in specific external apps without public access.
Available for: Enterprise plan
Set up by: Company Admins
Sharing settings available when embedding a Miro boards in an app
Company Admins on Enterprise accounts can configure the ability of users to embed Miro boards in external apps with Anyone can view/comment/edit access without the need to have Enterprise public sharing on. To allow sharing with non-signed users inside external apps for viewing and commenting, go to Company settings > Security and toggle on the option Sharing via embed. To additionally allow editing without sign-in, check the box below.
With this setting turned on, users can embed their Miro boards in Microsoft Teams/Zoom/Confluence/etc. with Anyone can view/comment/edit access even if public sharing is restricted in your organization. This doesn’t change any of the board settings on the Miro side - when embedding a board, users can still share the board for view, comment, editing, or keep the board private without providing any additional access to visitors.
Sharing via embed setting can be found in the Security tab of Company settings
Besides, users will now get a full view of all of their embedded links for a specific board, as well as information about where it has been embedded and by whom, with the ability to revoke embed access if needed - all from the board sharing settings. Learn more.
Removing an access link
Password protected boards and live embed Integrations
In Company setting, Admins have the opportunity to require passwords for boards that are shared by public links.
Sharing a board on the Miro side where it is possible to set a password is not equal to embedding a board into an app. Password protection is not enforced when embedding a board in Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc. Instead, we ensure that the sharing links that are created with those integrations cannot be used outside the app (in a web browser or similar). For this reason, live embed integrations already provide an extra security layer, therefore password protection on top of this is not needed.