Supercharge your remote workshops by building and co-creating ideas with the participants through an online collaborative online whiteboard! 🏃♂️
With Miro directly integrated into Butter, running effective brainstormings, sprint workshops and retrospectives feels much easier — there's no need to constantly switch between multiple tabs OR make a choice between having your participants or the online whiteboard in focus.
- 🎥 Video explainer: Miro
- Launching a Miro board in Butter
- 🎥 Example: Watch Miro & Butter in action
- Do I need a Miro account?
- More integrations
🎥 Video explainer: Miro
Here’s a quick 90-second rundown of how to set up and use a Miro board in Butter.
Launching a Miro board in Butter
It's super simple to launch Miro — just click the Miro logo in the Integrations panel on your right and create a new board or log in to your account if you have one.
And that's it to get all of the Miro superpowers for use in your session. Easy!
🎥 Example: Watch Miro & Butter in action
For a sense of how to use Miro to its full capabilities, check out this video of co-hosts John White and Rachel Davis as they lead a Miro board improv session directly in Butter.
Check it out, starting at 3:46 👇
Do I need a Miro account?
No, you do not need to be signed up for Miro in order to use it in Butter.
However, any board created as a guest user (without signing up or logging in) will only be saved for 24 hours.
In order to save your boards, you will need to create a Miro account. Signing up for Miro will give you a number of great advantages including the ability to:
- Set up and prepare boards in advance for use in your workshops
- Create permanent boards, that you can access long after a session is over
- Make use of Miro's large, ready-made template gallery
Miro is one of the many integrations in Butter. Here’s an overview of them all: