SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Miro, the leading online whiteboard designed for distributed team collaboration, today announced general availability of the Miro app for Zoom. The Miro app for Zoom brings Miro’s powerful digital collaboration tools to the Zoom meeting experience, giving teams around the globe the opportunity to instantly co-create in their meeting. The result is a purpose-driven meeting that’s inclusive, visual, and interactive.
Using Miro and Zoom together allows meeting participants to share any Miro board from within Zoom Meetings and the desktop client, no tab-switching or window-toggling required. Miro users and their teams can also create a new Miro board during their Zoom meeting, particularly useful when a moment of creativity sparks during brainstorming, mind mapping, and ideation sessions. Miro’s action-oriented meeting tools - including reactions, timer, and voting - transform standard meetings into productive time with tangible outcomes.
“We’re proud to be a Zoom Apps launch partner on their new Zoom Apps platform and have dedicated ourselves to building an integration Zoom and Miro users will love,” said Kevin Chung, Vice President of Business Development at Miro. “The Miro app for Zoom empowers millions of teams around the globe to gather around the modern whiteboard to share ideas visually and map out solutions together in real time, no matter where they’re located.”
With over 20 million users, including 95% of the Fortune 100, Miro is the trusted whiteboard and innovation platform for global businesses, academic institutions, start-ups, agencies, and organizations around the world. By using the Miro app for Zoom, Miro customers including Dell, Peloton, Rhode Island School of Design, and Shopify are able to foster human connection by tapping into a shared, visual space on any call.
“As one of our most requested whiteboard apps, we look forward to continuing to collaborate with Miro to develop an experience that delights our shared user base and brings the power of digital collaboration to the forefront of each team meeting,” said Ross Mayfield, Product Lead for Zoom Apps & Integrations, Zoom.
Miro is the most used online whiteboard platform for team collaboration. The platform’s infinite canvas enables its +20M users to lead engaging workshops and meetings, design products, brainstorm ideas, and more. Miro was founded by Andrey Khusid and Oleg Shardin in 2011 as RealtimeBoard and rebranded as Miro in 2019. Miro is truly global, with nine hubs in cities around the world, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, New York City, Amsterdam, Perm, Berlin, Munich, and London. To learn more, please visit www.miro.com.