Ever since integrating Miro into Toasty last July, it’s been nothing but love.
In this post, we’ll look at our Top 3 favorite things about Miro.
Check out our email exchanges 👇
We emailed them about integrating last July…
This is them being super helpful…
And then helping us some more …
And us writing back!
The only visual whiteboard you’ll ever need
If you are collaborating online, use Miro. It’s the most easy-to-use, feature-complete, online visual whiteboard tool widely available.
Like Toasty, it’s free to use indefinitely. No credit card needed. Go make an account if you don’t have one already.
With Meetings & Workshops as their #1 use case, they’ve made it clear that running productive, engaging remote meetings is their objective.
Meetings & Workshops are also our #1 use case at Toasty! 😆
With a shared canvas of unlimited size and endless possibilities, it can get overwhelming.
Luckily for us, there’s the “Miroverse”, a universe of templates by the community.
1. Miroverse Templates
Overall, they did a splendid job categorizing the templates. You can search by topic, or browse through their entire catalog.
These templates aren’t meant to be exhaustive, but more to inspire you for what’s possible.
In fact, it’s inspired us to submit two icebreaker templates of our own — which we are excited to get accepted soon!
More to come on this. 😙
2. Miro has Integrations Galore
There are 70+ integrations available on Miro: Slack, Notion, Atlassian, Airtable, the list goes on and on…
Of all the integrations, the one that has a special place in our hearts is, our own 😛
Using Toasty to share your Miro whiteboard is perhaps THE most satisfying experience.
Log in to your Toasty Dashboard and plan a session. Then, look for the “M” (Miro’s logo) on the side bar, and load up any board from your account.
Why should you use Miro inside Toasty?
See what our customer, Shani, who is a professional facilitator, has to say about choosing Toasty to host her Miro workshops.
One of the ways she uses our Poll feature is simple but brilliant.
By asking her participants to vote “YES” as a way to mark whether they’re ready for her to review that participants’ section of the Miro board.
This way, she enables each of her workshop participants to work in flow, remain engaged with her workshop, and move forward without wasting any time or attention.
Find out more here.
3. Community Included
There’s a lot of people using Miro. And it shows in their community. With over 3,500 topics and 12,000+ replies, it’s braindead easy to find other users and read about what they have done.
A few interesting threads we found useful:
- Video Chat App – Breakout Rooms
- Zoom and Miro: best practices to combine these tools
- What tools do you use for Workshops & Meetings besides Miro
So there you have it. The Top 3 Things Toasty LOVES about Miro.
And as we can see, all in all, every Miro user can benefit from the Toasty experience!
Team Miro, if you’re reading this, help us spread the love. ❤️ Sincerely, Team Toasty