Featured image displaying the logos of Miro and Wrike in Unito's guide to setting up a simple Two-Way Sync.
How To Use a Set up a Simple Wrike-Miro Integration With Unito
Featured image displaying the logos of Miro and Wrike in Unito's guide to setting up a simple Two-Way Sync.

How To Use a Set up a Simple Wrike-Miro Integration With Unito

Keep an eye on every idea by sending Miro cards to a Wrike project automatically as an assignable task. This guide will show you how to use Wrike Sync, powered by Unito, to achieve a simple, no-code integration with Miro.

Although this demonstration focuses on Wrike, you can follow the same steps using any project management tool supported by Unito, including: Asana, Trello, monday.com, Favro, Teamwork, Zoho Projects, Jira, and more.

If you’re new to Unito, you can check out our Wrike Miro integration overview before coming back here to set up your self-serve, no-code, integration.

In this article about using Unito to connect Miro and Wrike

There are two ways to connect Miro boards and Wrike projects with Unito:

  • Through Unito’s standalone platform: Log in here and create a flow between your tools directly from Unito. If you don’t already have a Unito account, you can start your free 14-day trial here, no credit card required.
  • The Wrike Sync add-on: A version of Unito embedded directly in Wrike with similar features that enables you to sync tasks from the comfort of your Wrike workspace.

Once you’ve picked a method this guide will show you how to:

  • Turn Miro cards into Wrike tasks (or tasks for another project management tool) automatically.
  • Keep those cards and tasks in a real-time, two-way sync so that changes in one will appear in the other

Here’s what our Miro–Wrike sync looks like with Unito:

Miro card synced to Wrike task with Unito two-way sync
Top: one of our Miro cards with key details (fields) highlighted
Bottom: How the card now appears as a Wrike task through Unito

Watch our team integrate Miro with Wrike

Before you sync Miro cards into Wrike

Step 1: Connect your Miro board and Wrike project to Unito

  1. Either go to the Unito App and click +Create Flow or continue from your Wrike workspace once you’ve added Wrike Sync by Unito.
  2. Click Start Here to connect your tools.
  3. Select +Add a tool to this flow in either column and connect Wrike.
  4. Click +Choose account to specify the account you want to use.
  5. Pick your project and follow the on-screen instructions.
  6. Repeat steps 3 – 5 to connect your Miro board to Unito.
  7. Click Confirm.
Connect Miro cards to Wrike tasks with Unito two-way sync

Step 2: Confirm flow direction from Miro to Wrike

For this Miro integration, you can only select a one-way flow for now. That means Miro cards can automatically generate new tasks in Wrike, but not the other way around. As you’ll see though, the details, or fields, of those cards and tasks will still update each other in a two-way sync.

This step determines where new work items (cards or tasks) will be created automatically by Unito.

Miro to Wrike Flow Direction with Unito two-way sync
Since you can only opt for a one-way sync from Miro to Wrike, simply hit confirm at this stage.

Step 3: Set simple rules to filter Miro cards

At this stage, you can select conditions to filter out Miro cards that you don’t want to appear as tasks in Wrike. If you make no changes to the rules, then all Miro cards in your board will sync to Wrike.

Select Add a new trigger to set up your rules. The first thing you’ll have to do is decide which trigger should determine whether or not a card syncs to Wrike: assignee, card color, or frame:

Miro to Wrike rules with Unito

In our demo, we went with Frame, since that made it easy to visualize the cards we planned to sync over. Here’s what that looks like:

Miro to Wrike rules in Unito.
In this example, only the cards in our “Approved Tactics” frame will sync as tasks in Wrike. If we had multiple frames, we could add each of them to our list of rules. Our April Fools Video idea will not sync over to Wrike since it’s not part of the Approved Tactics frame.

You can learn more about setting up rules here.

Step 4: Pick fields to keep synced

Fields represent the details of your Miro cards and Wrike tasks and you can decide how much or how little information to sync between the two.

But first, you’ll be asked whether you want to set up your field mappings from scratch or let Unito do this automatically. You can choose the auto-mapping function and still edit the fields afterwards.

A screenshot of the first step of Unito's field mapping process: picking auto-map or start from scratch.

Most fields will be automatically mapped for two-way updates so changes in Miro will appear in Wrike and vice versa, but you can also change that if you wish. Set an individual field to a one-way sync to prevent changes in the destination field from updating the source.

Example: If you set the description field to one-way from Wrike to Miro and someone edits the description in your Wrike task, you’ll see those changes appear on the synced Miro card. But if someone later edits that Miro card, you wouldn’t see any changes in Wrike.

To map fields, simply select +Add mapping, then Select a field in each column to pair fields together between Miro and Wrike. Here’s another look at our field mappings between Miro and Wrike with some context:

Miro to Wrike field mappings in context with Unito
We’ve synced our Miro frame to Wrike status so that Unito understands that these two are related. You can see the other fields represented accordingly.

Click Confirm when you’re satisfied with your field mappings.

Step 5: Save and launch your workflow

And that’s it! You’ve just connected Wrike and Miro with Unito to sync cards to tasks. Congratulations!

The last step now is to decide whether or not to sync historical cards and tasks. If you look at the Most recent activity window, you’ll see a button labeled Include older work items or tasks:

A screenshot of the Wrike Sync by Unito tool.

Selecting this and following the on-screen instructions will enable you to sync previously created Miro cards. We include this functionality as a safeguard so you can test out each flow before launching to make sure it does what you expect it to do. If you’re happy with the steps above, go ahead and remove that restriction.

If you followed the steps above, your flow will now:

  • Automatically create new tasks in Wrike based on specific Miro cards
  • Keep your Miro board and Wrike project updated in real-time automatically.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out and let us know.

What’s next after syncing Miro to Wrike

Why sync Miro cards with tasks in Wrike or another tool

Not everyone uses Miro for brainstorming, but those who do, do it a lot! Getting those ideas into another workspace, however, can be a handful. Instead of going through each card with painstaking manual precision, let an automation platform such as Unito do all the heavy lifting for you. In addition to brainstorming, syncing Miro with a project management tool, such as Wrike, is great for compiling any information from your Miro sessions and turning them into actionable tasks.

Above all, it saves time. Loads of it. With this integration, all of your data will remain in Miro with new tasks created by Unito in Wrike. If you then update details in a synced Miro card, you’ll see those same updates appear in your task automatically. Unito is great for customizing and personalizing individual use cases, so you can also add conditions and multiple actions through the rules section (described below).

FAQ: Syncing Miro and Wrike

How can teams use this integration?

This integration is useful any time you need to get Miro cards into a project management tool like Wrike. It can help streamline brainstorming, the sharing of documents, or even just leaving a comment on important work from either tool.

Which other tools can Unito integrate with Miro?

Unito allows its users to build automated workflows in over 40 tools, including project management tools, Google Sheets, Microsoft Excel, tools for building forms, and more. You can see all of Unito’s integrations here.