Miroverse is where the Miro community shares their tried and true workflows, projects, and frameworks for anyone to start using with a few simple clicks. Read these guidelines before submitting your Miroverse template.
We accept submissions with the following approaches:
- Educational Templates. Think of these as community templates or teaching tools. Structured boards provide starting points that users can adapt for their own purposes
- Inspirational Boards. Think of these as examples, showcasing your work. Seeing the real-world content of your boards is helpful for others to get inspired
Before submitting your template, review this checklist
- I've created a Miroverse profile, added my photo, bio, current role, and links to my social accounts/my website
- I've prepared a high-quality cover image for my template that showcases the board itself or one of the frames (no branded promotional images)
- My template and its description are written in English
- I’ve prepared a description of my template with more than 400 characters and includes:
- What: What is the template about? Why did you create this template?
- Who: Think of who might benefit from this template. Is this for small groups or individuals?
- When: Scenarios for when this template is most useful
- How: Step-by-step instructions and tips for using this template
- Acknowledgements: Credit other contributors
- If submitting an educational template, I've provided enough sample or demo content to indicate proper use. Here are some examples: Alex Ivanov's Team Canvas or Julia Cowing's Customer Question
- I've removed all sensitive, confidential, or proprietary content or imagery
- I've checked that I have the legal rights for the content to be shared publicly (including images) and given attribution that credits and links to the source when using open-source content
- I’ve removed all overtly promotional content from the template that doesn’t provide any functional value (this goes in your profile instead)
- (Optional) I’ve created a video walkthrough of my board and linked it
- I've completed all the required fields in the submission form
Content guidelines for Miroverse submissions
Templates are great starting points for others to build on and really make their own. With this in mind, there are a few content guidelines we ask you to follow:
- Create a clear starting point and flow. Make it easy to follow each part of your process right from the beginning by keeping a clear structure. Frames can be a helpful way to guide viewers through steps
- Provide guidance. Take the time to teach people how to use your approach by breaking it down into steps to guide them through it
- Share examples. Most people will be interested in your specific process and experience. Examples help make this concrete and bring your ideas to life
- Easy to adapt. Keep the content flexible by limiting the number of locked elements and ensuring all text fields are editable (for example, avoid text in images)
- Keep it relevant and useful. Since others will be using the template in various contexts, we do not allow direct advertising or promotion. Every piece of content should have a point or identity outside of the brand, company, or person writing about it
- Privacy and reputation. Content that violates the privacy of others, including confidential or sensitive information (such as email addresses, identifying data, and so forth), is not permitted without the subject’s express consent
- Be civil. Don’t submit anything that a reasonable person would consider offensive, abusive, or hate speech
- Visual consistency and quality. Please aim for consistency with images, fonts, and colors. Low-grade stock imagery should be avoided if possible
- Video walkthroughs. Add relevant insights that highlight your personal approach and problems that your framework solves. We recommended video length be around 3-10 minutes. Videos can be simply recorded with Loom or any other screen-recording tool. For further tips, here’s how to record a video walkthrough
For any content that raises concerns, we will err on the side of caution and will not upload it, and/or we will notify you that we have taken it down by request.
Report templates and/or profiles as inappropriate
Use the Report button or send an email to email@example.com to report templates and/or profiles that are inappropriate or look suspicious to the Miro Community team.
The Report button on a Miroverse template's page
The Report button on a Miroverse profile's page
Frequently asked questions
Can I submit my community templates to Miroverse in French, German and Spanish?
We’re just beginning our journey in supporting additional languages for Miroverse, starting with Japanese, and will continue to grow from here. Let us know what additional language you’d like to publish your next template in through the Miro Community Wish List.