All Miro users within your verified corporate domains are considered as Managed users.
As soon as you verify your company domains as a part of the Domain control setup, all the Miro users within your corporate domains become your Managed users. To learn more about the domain verification process, visit the article about Domain control.
Note that there are different ways you can provision your corporate users into the Enterprise organization, including Domain Control, SCIM, JIT, and a manual invitation via email. Learn more.
Managed users can be supervised by Enterprise Company Admins, and the organization can establish policies and controls around how and what they can access in Miro, along with overall ownership over the user - e.g., assigning them to teams, managing their content, analyzing their activities, and deleting the user. Miro provides the following user management opportunities.
- Domain control features:
- Gain insights on users who belong to your corporate domains but are not yet captured into the Enterprise organization
- Auto-capture users from your domain to your Enterprise account
- Restrict Managed users from creating new Miro subscriptions outside the Enterprise organization
- License management
- Define whether a user should have full or restricted access to the account and change licenses of managed users
- User access
- Filter Managed users who are part of your Enterprise account in Admin settings and download the list of users as a CSV file