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The ultimate online pie chart maker

Pie charts are one of the easiest ways to showcase data, creating a common understanding for teams. Get started in seconds with our free pie chart maker, and make sure everyone is on the same page.

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Make a pie chart that works for you

Give better presentations with Miro’s pie chart maker, and send your message across the board. Align everyone with a shared visual language and report efficiently.

Why Miro is the perfect pie chart creator

Make a pie chart in minutes

Get started in seconds with our free, pre-made template, or create your own from scratch. Miro’s built-in pie chart maker saves you time and effort when you need to visualize data.

All-in-one pie chart maker

Remove the hassle of switching between tools, and check off all the essentials of your presentation and reporting process. Miro’s infinite canvas allows you to make your own pie chart, present it and share it all in one space.

Co-create with your team

Invite everyone to work with you on the board and add comments or use sticky notes to get their insights. Miro’s collaborative features allow you to get instant feedback and iterate faster, meeting your deadlines always.

Customizable features

With just a few clicks, edit labels and titles and adjust your pie chart data with Miro’s built-in graph maker. Afterward, quickly add it to presentations and other Miro boards.

Improve your storytelling

Quickly showcase data with a pie chart, and make reports and presentations stand out. Circulate your pie chart with stakeholders and get buy-in to move projects forward.

Export your work easily

Need to share your pie chart with others? There are many ways to export your work, including saving it as a PDF or image.

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How to make a Pie Chart

1

Select Charts on the toolbar

Choose the pie chart. Add it to your board.

2

Edit your pie chart

Double-click the pie chart to add data to each series. Make sure to add real numbers and not percentages.

3

Label it

Edit title and legend, add a description, adjust the size, and add to your presentations or share as an image or PDF.

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Pie Chart maker FAQs

What are pie charts used for?

Use pie charts to showcase data and illustrate its relationships, using the pie chart sections representing percentages of the whole. It’s a great way to add visual aid to your presentations and reports, ensuring your message is easily understood.

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