We've outlined our best practices and important guidelines to help you get published in Miroverse. Join our Miroverse creators in sharing big ideas, workflows, projects, and frameworks for community members to use as inspiration and starting points for their own boards.
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Before you submit
- Fill out your Miroverse profile, including photo, bio, current role, and links
- Check your template meets the Miroverse Community rules and guidelines
- Check your template includes a sample or demo content indicating proper use. Two great examples include: Alex Ivanov's The Team Canvas & Julia Cowing's Customer Question Board
The submission process
- Prepare a cover image for your template (1080 x 480 px), showcasing the board itself or one of the frames. Avoid branded promotional images.
- Give proper attribution and credit for any open-source content you’ve used, crediting and linking to the source.
- Write a description for your template (minimum 400 words)
What should I include in my description?
- 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
Community rules and guidelines
Enhance your chances of a fast approval by following these steps.
🕊️ Be civil
Miroverse is an inclusive community of creators. Don’t publish anything that a reasonable person would consider inappropriate, offensive, abusive, or hate speech.
🌐 Keep it relevant and useful
Every piece of content should have a point or identity outside of the brand, company, or person writing about it. Don’t post advertisements, promotions, or spammy websites.
🔒️ Respect privacy and reputation
Check for sensitive, confidential, proprietary information. 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.
© Respect the intellectual property rights of others
Give credit for inspiration and make sure that you have the right to share the content publicly. Please do not share other people's work to your own profile or create confusion about who originally authored any work.
Miroverse templates best practices
Templates are great starting points for others to build on and make boards their own. With this in mind, there are a few content guidelines you should follow.
Pay attention to formatting when adding images, fonts, and colors. Consistent formatting helps people effortlessly navigate templates and boards. High-grade stock imagery and content can make a big difference.
Monster Workshop by Nina Torr
Create a clear starting point and flow
Make it easy to follow each part of your process. Frames can be a helpful way to create structure on your board.
Effective Meetings by Zoom
Share concrete examples to clarify your process
Most people will be interested in your specific process and experience. Examples are essential to bring your ideas to life.
Inclusive Customer Experiences by Sandra Heinzen
Teach people how to use your approach. Break it down into steps to guide them through it.
Stakeholder Map by VMware Tanzu Labs
Make the board structure 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).
Team Alignment Workshop by Switch to eleven
Record video walkthroughs (Optional)
Videos aren't a requirement but can be an engaging instruction tool. Keep your video short (around 3–10 mins). Include relevant insights, your personal approach, and problems that your framework solves. Capture with Loom or any other screen-recording tool.
Workshop and Meeting Energizers by Maira Rahme
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 page
The Report button on a Miroverse profile page