Publication by Miro about the future of distributed teamwork

What we launched in June 2022

July 11, 2022

Our mission to empower teams to unlock new ways of collaborating motivates us every day to invent powerful-yet-simple tools. This month, we released features and updates to help you keep your projects on track and your workflows united, with fresh frameworks, a new shape pack, improved integrations, and more.

To see how Miro’s newest innovations can help your team work better together, check out our roundup of releases from June.

Community

New templates in Miroverse: Find the freshest frameworks from our community to help you get started with your next project.

For example, you can improve your design skills with dynesis’ Design Evaluator, encourage teamwork with Open Innovation Labs’ Building Team Collaboration Workshop, and pinpoint product development focus areas with Amplitude’s Competitive Analysis system.

Product development workflows

Entity Relationship Diagram shape pack: With our new shape pack, outline how people, objects, and concepts relate to each other in your system, making it easier to visualize and design effective databases.

Ecosystem

Explore Miro apps and integrations directly from the board: In the top settings bar, find the apps that you already use, as well as all our available integrations in categories like Meetings and Workshops and Design Tools. Add apps and integrations to Miro to make your daily workflows much more efficient. Open any board to get started.

What will you build next?

This roundup is just a sampling of the exciting features we’re developing at Miro. To find out about more of the upcoming product launches we have planned, join us for Miro What’s New webinar to get an in-depth look at new Miro features and how to use them to do your best work, happening on July 27 at both 10 a.m. PT and 10 a.m. CET.

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