Miros, a company established in San Francisco and Amsterdam, is a company that uses visual collaboration and digital whiteboarding to improve collaboration for hybrid projects. Today, the company accelerated innovation through visual collaboration unveiled a variety of new features and integrations designed to assist organizations in transitioning beyond the traditional digital whiteboard. This series of features is the company''s response to growing demands from customers for tools that help them adapt to evolving technology.
Miros'' infinite canvas allows teams to conduct engaging workshops and meetings, design ideas, and other activities. Miro, formerly known as RealtimeBoard, has established a network of over 1,500 people across the globe, including 99% of the Fortune 100. With Miros tools, remote, in-office and hybrid teams can communicate and collaborate across formats, tools, channels, and time zones without the constraints of physical location, meeting space, or whiteboards.
New platform updates, features, and partner integrations
Miro Next, its all-virtual event revealing the next big thing for hybrid teams, announced its upgraded Miro Developer Platform, along with a variety of new features. Varun Parmar, Miros'' chief product officer, said the Developer Platform, which has three frameworks, allows fully interactive user-facing and server-side applications to bring Miro''s potential to any web-based application.
Miro has combined the frameworks with a world-class developer experience that includes a robust, easy-to-use toolet designed to increase developer productivity. Miro Developer Platform Web SDK, and Miro Live Embed are among the latest frameworks.
Rest APIs for the Miros will enable the development of server-side applications for bulk management of users and boards, as well as for synchronizing content between Miro and other systems, and security management.
It shouldn''t matter where you are, what timezone you in, whether you have time on your calendar to meet. Parmar believes that you should be able to contribute equally and inclusively to make decisions and move ideas forward.
Miro has over 5,000 applications developed by partners, community developers, and customers. Organizations and developers distribute their app or integration privately or publicly in the Miro Marketplace, allowing users to add it directly to their Miro toolbar for immediate use.
According to Mitchell, Thor Mitchell, Miros'' head of product for the company''s Developer Platform, illustrated the updated frameworks by highlighting Airtable, ClickUp, Gtmhub, Smartsheet, and Unito''s new partner integrations. These powerful integrations allow enterprises of all levels to customize their tech stacks to improve productivity and efficiency, transforming any piece of free form content in a Miro board to structured tasks and workflows.
Miro''s new features for Google Meet and Webex boards include enhanced administration of interactive presentations in a hybrid work setup, which is still a major headache for businesses. Apart from these improvements, Apps for Agile and Advanced Diagramming were also included.
The future of hybrid work
Miro presented an opportunity to encourage companies to consider hybrid work differently. One thing is becoming clear: hybrid work is here to stay. Miro encourages individuals to strengthen their capabilities, shift culture, and invest in the right software stack to imbibe a working model that increases flexibility, time management, and collaboration among individuals working independently.
We believe that Miro''s products are complementary to their own work, with one that connects with their colleagues, and one place in which you store things like notes or ideas, as well as accessing all of your work apps. Ultimately, we are resurrecting more efficient collaboration, co-creativity and inclusivity through a better approach of working.
Miro has raised $476.3 million in total funding to date, despite G2''s distinction as the most popular online whiteboarding platform for distributed team collaboration.