- Miro goes beyond the online whiteboard to help teams get the most out of powerful visual collaboration software
The company launches at Distributed '22 several new features and product integrations designed to accelerate productivity by consolidating the most popular content and tools into a single teamwork space.
SAN FRANCISCO and AMSTERDAM, Nov. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Miro,® the online platform that accelerates innovation through visual collaboration, today announced the launch of several new features and a set of integrations designed to improve the visual collaboration experience of its 45 million users. Specifically, the company has unveiled its latest features as part of a digital hub that accelerates team productivity by consolidating the most popular tools into a single team workspace. With the latest releases released during Distributed '22, every team member has the ability to access, share, and contextualize the content that's vital to their project - with live content, time-consuming efforts like switching between apps are eliminated.
Distributed '22, Miro's fourth annual user conference, was designed to help organizations "make room for the human." Most teams, regardless of location or size, have become reliant on their stack of digital tools to get things done, but different teams often use different tools, making knowledge sharing complicated and tedious. . In addition, the tools that teams use most often don't always work together and rarely put the most important information in context, making it difficult for teams to work across locations and time zones.
"With the shift to new and modern models of work, projects and work are now based in the digital world. And while much can be said about the power of technology, the proliferation of applications that companies are experiencing is making work more difficult. link in your business This often leads to multiple challenges, from siled knowledge environments to making it very difficult - if not impossible - to stay current on the most accurate and valuable data and content The ability to aggregate and share relevant information and actionable with your team is essential, not only to work effectively and efficiently, but to get results quickly," said Varun Parmar, Product Manager at Miro.
With Miro as a digital hub, teams can easily build an inclusive, data-rich environment, bringing a variety of live content to one place and collaborating both synchronously and asynchronously. Miro is now even more valuable through the ability to support the most popular and complex workflows - including project planning, reporting and dashboards, employee onboarding, and workshop facilitation - with a suite filled with over 700 tools and integrations, including Amplitude, Confluence, Grafana, Looker, Tableau, Typeform, and YouTube.
New, teams can create custom dashboards, which connect data points from the most used applications in their software stack, and because dashboard data is constantly updated, insights are always accurate, up-to-date, and up-to-date. they are available to all collaborators on a project, eliminating the silos that often create between cross-functional teams. Each dashboard serves as a single source of truth for even the most complex workflows.
"We're providing a powerful way to preview, use and share all the information that matters most to build context and alignment and drive results. Combined with Miro's deep set of integrations across different types of content - including documents , surveys and video - used every day by teams, your Miro dashboard now has the power to become the single source of truth for any project," continued Parmar.
Miro has also announced a number of new features that are now available in beta to make the platform more collaborative, interactive and dynamic, including:
Reactivate the connection within your team and try each of the new features announced today by signing up at: https://mirodistributed.com/beta
Miro is an online visual collaboration platform designed to unleash creativity and accelerate innovation among teams of all kinds. The platform's infinite canvas allows teams to lead engaging workshops and meetings, design products, brainstorm ideas, and more. Miro, with joint headquarters in San Francisco and Amsterdam, serves more than 45 million users worldwide, including 99% of the Fortune 100. Miro was founded in 2011 and currently has more than 1,500 employees in 12 work centers around the world. For more information, visit https://miro.com.
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