Communicate strategy alongside plans.
Rally teams around the product vision, streamline prioritization, and ship products customers love — faster and better than ever.
Rigid, time-locked feature roadmaps seem to derail efforts — especially since plans end up changing anyways. Miro makes it easy to communicate your high-level strategy and time horizons, while keeping more detailed plans flexible to respond to delays or changing customer needs.
1. Document the product vision
Ensure that your product mission guides your planning and executional decisions.
2. Gather your inputs
Assemble all company intel, such as customer requests, market research, prioritized feature lists, and more.
3. Choose the right format
Structure your roadmap in the most impactful way for your audience — whether it’s time-based, lean, goal-centric, or something custom.
4. Align with stakeholders
Invite stakeholders to easily review, comment, and discuss concerns to get buy-in.
5. Present your roadmap
Communicate your plan for meeting business goals and solving customer needs.
Easily transition from client presentations to discussing execution in meetings when you integrate Miro with your favorite video conferencing tool.
The Miro app for Zoom brings Miro’s powerful online collaborative whiteboard to any Zoom video meeting.
2. Microsoft Teams
Bring the power of Miro’s infinite whiteboard canvas into any Microsoft Teams meeting to take ideation and planning to the next level.
Integrate Miro’s infinite whiteboard across your entire suite of Webex tools, from Meetings to Messaging, to help your team collaborate, create, and innovate together in real time.
With the Miro Live Embed, Whereby users can start a whiteboard session from any video meeting by navigating to the Share button at the bottom of the screen.
With Miro’s infinite canvas, you get a space that removes the barriers to customer collaboration and keeps all data together so you can do more discovery with less effort. Synthesize inputs from sources like competitor sites, surveys, and interviews to find opportunities or threats. Then, easily consolidate and share key findings with the team.
1. Discovery workshops
Conduct more frequent client interactions by hosting remote workshops and interviews with Miro Smart Meetings.
2. Centralize inputs
Drop in links, images, video, and more as you come across them, so they don’t get lost or forgotten.
3. Uncover insights
See trends emerging on your board as you synthesize and distill the most impactful insights.
4. Get strategic alignment
Lead discussions around current assumptions and risks, and align on the best path forward.
5. Craft recommendations
Consolidate your insights and product recommendations into frames to present from Miro or export into another tool.
Synthesizing and working with data is quick, easy, and even fun with these plugins.
Organize your sticky mess. The app automatically affinity-clusters your tagged sticky notes and cards.
Integrate Typeform and other favorite tools with Miro. Automatically import information to boards and see the big picture across all the tools in your workflow.
3. Google Sheets
Integrate Google Sheets to see data right in Miro.
Ideate together, discuss designs visually, organize Agile planning and retros, and easily transform or reflect it in the Airtable base — all without switching tabs.
Embed media to your boards using the iFrame Embed widget. This feature allows you to add thumbnails of content, such as prototypes, maps, audio, and video files, for quick access.
Embed media to your boards using the iFrame Embed widget. Add thumbnails of content, like prototypes, maps, audio, and video files, for quick access.
Directly share your user research findings as playable videos in Miro boards.
Build interactive journey maps and workflow diagrams to use as a foundation for collaborating with your cross-functional team. Uncover experience gaps and brainstorm new features or updates for the product backlog.
1. Connect with users
Conduct customer or user interviews and jot insights on sticky notes.
2. Create a persona
Compile themes and insights into a user persona.
3. Build a user journey map
Map the user experience along touchpoints — tracking their needs, emotions, and more.
4. Facilitate feature brainstorms
Walk through how customers will use your solution, discuss potential setbacks, and brainstorm new solutions.
Weave journey maps seamlessly into your existing workflows with Miro’s Live Embed integrations so everyone can stay up to date and see things in context.
Share and work on your Miro boards within Confluence pages. The Miro plugin for Confluence will keep your workflow in a single place.
2. Microsoft Teams
Bring the power of Miro’s infinite whiteboard into any Microsoft Teams meeting to take ideation and planning to the next level.
3. Google Workspace
Google and Miro combine their flexible and powerful tools so your team can thrive in any work setup
With Miro and Notion, you can embed publicly shared boards into any of your Notion pages. Just type /miro on the page to get started.
Bring order to complex decisions and priorities when you centralize everything in Miro. Capture stakeholder inputs asynchronously as new product ideas arise. Then, when the time is right, bring everyone together to discuss trade-offs, dependencies, and brainstorm the best way forward.
1. Map stakeholders
See the full picture and ensure you have all the right people at the table.
2. Gather inputs
Create a virtual board for stakeholders to get notified and easily share inputs on new ideas.
3. Wireframe solutions
Visualize lightweight feature concepts for scoping and testing with users.
4. Rank ideas
Prioritize features based on their customer desirability and cost of implementation.
Get stakeholder buy-in and make final decisions collaboratively.
Easily consolidate your decisions and the context around them into a product backlog that the development team can use to execute.
Eliminate the manual transcribing and updating that’s required when important work happens in different places. Miro keeps your tasks synced so collaboration with engineering and design can flow.
Miro can embed Jira issues to your boards as cards so that your team can easily discuss, prioritize, and problem solve together on one collaborative canvas in real-time just like on a physical whiteboard.
Use Azure Cards in Miro for visualizing the big picture during large Agile meetings like PI planning, remote retrospective, story sizing, backlog prioritization, story mapping, and more.
3. CA Agile
CA Agile cards feature allows to work with CA Agile Central items right in Miro. Each card represents a user story, task, or defect and indicates its Number, Name, Owner, Iteration, Release, Status, Schedule State, and State (for defects only).
Import Asana tasks to Miro boards as Asana Cards that automatically display the latest title, description, due date, status, and assignee for each task.