Miro is one of the most popular whiteboarding and brainstorming tools out there, with over 25 million users. It gives teams the ability to gather around the virtual whiteboard for a classic Post-it brainstorm, manage retrospectives, document processes visually, and more.
But, like many other tools, Miro doesn’t necessarily play well with the rest of your stack. You can have a great brainstorming session, with tons of new ideas, and then groan as you manually add every single one of them into your work hub. And when you’re dealing with complex, graphical representations of a process, trying to find the right place for your update can be daunting. With the right integration, you can say goodbye to that manual work.
With Unito, you get access to some of the deepest integrations on the market. That now includes Miro, so your brainstorms can be that much smoother.
Sync Miro cards with work items from more than 30 other tools
Most tools, while great for their own specific purpose, don’t really play well with others. That can create headaches and cost a lot of wasted time when your workflows span multiple tools. Copying data from tool to tool eats up hours you could be spending more productively, and without an integration you’re never quite sure which tool is the most up to date. Some tools come with native integrations for other platforms, but they don’t always support your use case. Some only sync updates in one direction, while others still make you jump back and forth between tools.
With Unito’s integration for Miro, you can sync information from your Miro cards to the other tools in your stack, like Asana, Trello, Jira, and more. Sync takeaways and initiatives from your brainstorms to your work hub, keep action items in Miro updated automatically, and keep track of essential information across tools. No matter where you work from.
Because Unito syncs data back and forth by default, you can see all your updates from either tool. No need to jump back and forth to make sure you have the full picture.
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Essential features for Unito’s Miro integration
Field mapping customization
Field mappings are how Unito translates data from one tool to another. Unito automatically maps similar fields to each other, but did you know you can tailor your flows to your use case by customizing your field mappings?
Here are just a few ways you can customize field mappings to your use case:
- Deleting mappings: By deleting a mapping, you can keep some information from getting synced or re-map a field that’s already been mapped.
- Changing flow direction: Most fields will have changes synced back and forth by default. That said, you might want some fields — like comments — only going from one tool to the other.
- Creating new mappings: Missing a field mapping? You can add new mappings in just a few clicks. One common use case for this is populating the description footer in one tool with information from another.
While field mappings tell data where to go, rules restrict what actually gets through. The most common way to use rules is filtering information so you can control exactly how much of it syncs between tools. Here’s how Unito users like you are using rules in their workflows:
- Giving visibility to customers: SMG Bahamas, a construction and millwork company, uses rules to pull high-level information from multiple Trello boards and sync it to customer boards. That way, customers can see a summary of how a job is going without all the nitty-gritty details going on behind the scenes. The rules come into play when project managers add a specific tag to their Trello cards.
- Dispatching development work: The Taproom, an agency that builds Shopify solutions, uses Basecamp to manage agency work and Trello for development work. With rules, Basecamp to-dos specific to developers can get synced to the software team’s Trello boards so they can see their work without the noise.
- Keeping multiple departments in the know: ALPCO Recycling, which manages residential, commercial, and industrial recycling jobs, uses Trello to handle every part of that work. They use Trello’s labels to categorize jobs and to identify the ones that reach the follow-up stage. Unito’s rules make sure that adding one of these labels sends each Trello card to the right board.
Top tool combinations
Miro and a work hub
With Unito’s integration, you can automatically sync Miro cards to tasks in your work hub. That means you never have to jump back and forth again. Here are some of the top work hub integrations you can pair with Miro:
Miro and product team tools
Product teams love using Miro for retrospectives, tracking user journeys, and more. With this integration, you can populate a product team’s tools with crucial data from Miro. Here are a few product team integrations for Miro:
Miro and other tools
Want to collect your brainstorm sessions in a database tool? Maybe you want to enrich support tickets with information from Miro? Whatever your use case, Unito has an integration for you:
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