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?
- Are Miro boards recorded?
- 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
Are Miro boards recorded?
Yes, but Miro board recordings will NOT automatically follow the presenter view. To record your Miro sessions for later re-watch, use the ‘Bring everyone to me’ function in Miro to focus the attention of the recording. This feature is not available with free Miro accounts.
Miro is one of the many integrations in Butter. Here’s an overview of them all: