Revamp your daily standups
Run dynamic daily standup meetings focusing on results and actions. Help your team work better by seeing what’s getting in their way, and bring that in-person energy to your processes to boost collaboration.
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Stay in sync with quick daily standups
Create a space to share goals and connect, helping teams achieve their best. Use daily standups to run a quick sync and bring more clarity and energy to your team.
Why Miro is the best tool for your daily standup meeting
With Miro, teams can sync, flow, and feel the connection of working side by side, even in remote, distributed, and hybrid work environments. Get everyone rowing in the same direction with daily standups that put projects in context.
Your new mission control
Run meetings, create user stories, build personalized Scrum boards, and more — all in one place. Supercharge your daily standups and keep track of projects, tasks, and resources in one central hub.
When running your daily standup with Miro, see tasks at a glance and easily track team progress. Increase communication, transparency, and efficiency, then watch as the work comes to life.
Stay in sync by embedding apps like Jira, Trello, and Asana directly into your board. With Miro, it’s easy to drive alignment across teams and tools, keeping your regular workflows and improving productivity.
Daily standup meetings help teams hold each other accountable. It brings transparency to processes and gives everyone visibility on what’s being worked on. Plus, it boosts collaboration and helps to build trust.
Tap into 300+ free, ready-made templates that support Agile practices — including Kanban boards, daily standup meetings, timelines, and more. Miro helps you orchestrate projects, daily tasks, and strategic initiatives with ease.
Plan and strategize for a technology adoption plan across your organization.
Boost your business productivity by mapping out the key steps in a process.
How to run a daily standup with Miro
Set a time
Daily standups should become part of your work routine, so ask everyone what’s the best time to set it up.
Create an agenda
Daily stand-up meetings are no longer than 15 mins. Stay on task and create an agenda that outlines what you want to accomplish.
Consistency is key
Ensure everyone incorporates the practice into their work routines and schedule follow-up conversations to move projects forward.
“Miro helps solve one of the major gaps in product design: how to manage tasks across product designers whose projects are in different tools.”
Daily Standup FAQs
What are daily standup questions?
The questions during daily standup meetings vary, but they are generally about the same key topics. Here are some of the questions to remember: What did you work on yesterday? What are you planning to work on today? Are there any blockers or issues that need to be addressed? Are any additional topics that need to be discussed? By asking these questions, teams can stay connected and ensure everyone is on the same page.
What’s the purpose of a daily standup meeting?
Daily standups are an essential part of Agile teams, providing an opportunity to discuss progress, review tasks, and plan for the day ahead. These meetings are a great way to foster collaboration, build relationships, and promote creativity. Not only do they give team members a chance to connect and troubleshoot any issues, but they’re also an important part of motivating team members and helping to keep everyone on track. In short, daily standup meetings help teams to be more productive, efficient, and successful.
What’s daily scrum vs daily standup?
Daily scrum and daily standup are used interchangeably in Agile methodologies such as scrum, but they generally refer to the same meeting. The purpose of this meeting is for the team to come together and discuss progress, identify any impediments, and plan their work for the day. The meeting is typically held every day at the same time and lasts no longer than 15 minutes. The idea behind the daily standup is to help the team stay focused and aligned on the goal of the sprint, to identify and address issues quickly, and to ensure that everyone is aware of each other's progress. In summary, Daily Scrum and Daily Standup are just two different names for the same meeting, which is a key part of the Scrum framework for agile development.
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