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Visualize your family history with a creative genogram maker

Document everything from family member names to hereditary traits with Miro’s easy-to-use, online genogram maker. Collaborate with others in real-time, or share it when you’re ready.

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A powerful genogram maker for your family’s story

With built-in diagramming tools and an infinite canvas, Miro makes it easy for you to create an extensive genogram that maps your family’s history in detail — no matter what device you’re using.

An image showing a genogram created using Miro's genogram maker.

Why Miro is the best genogram maker

Diagramming tools and resources

Seamlessly create a genogram from scratch using built-in diagramming and mapping tools — or save time with Miro’s ready-to-use Genogram Template you can easily personalize.

Collaborate with family members

Create a genogram online together with your family no matter how spread out across the world you are. Prefer to work asynchronously? Make changes and leave comments for each other at your own pace.

Make changes over time

Your family’s story is unfolding all the time. Keep your genogram up to date by revisiting your Miro board anytime to make important edits — and easily re-share it when you’re ready.

Multiple sharing options

Want to share your genogram? With plenty of options, you can choose the method that suits you best — from exporting it as a PDF or image to sharing it with others via a link.

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How to make a genogram with Miro

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1

Open a Miro board

Start by opening a new Miro board and invite anyone you want to collaborate with.

2

Head to the toolbar

Add shapes to represent family members, use connection lines to represent relations, and add text boxes where you want to write personal details.

3

Add important context

Use sticky notes to add context, whether you want to highlight missing information or any other important notes.

4

Make it your own

Your genogram represents your family’s story, so customize colors, shape sizes, line thickness, and font to make it truly feel like yours.

An image showing a close-up of a genogram made in Miro.

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Genogram maker FAQs

Yes, Miro offers a free plan, allowing you and your fellow creators to explore our genogram maker and build up to three editable boards. Learn more about all of Miro’s plans to choose the right one for you.

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