You can invite anyone to your online whiteboard by clicking on the “share board” button on the top right corner of the screen and sharing the board link. With the link they can access your board for free without having to sign up.
Web whiteboard makes it easy to let co-workers, colleagues, or students contribute to your online whiteboard in real time. Just share the board link, and you can join and start collaborating.
Yes. Once you have shared a board with others, they will be able to export it by clicking the “Export this board” icon. They can export it either as a JPG or PDF file.
Yes. Share the Web whiteboard link with anyone, and they will instantly have editing rights. Once they access the whiteboard, they will have the same editing rights as the creator of the board. If you want to invite people to your project and manage their edit rights, or if you’d like more functionalities on your whiteboard, you need to sign up for the free Miro Plan.
If you’re a Web whiteboard user, your boards are available for 24 hours. To keep using them after that, simply sign up for a free Miro Plan, log in and save your work.
If you are a registered Miro user, you can easily save your board by clicking on the “Save to my boards” button at the center top of the screen.
You can download your board as an image or PDF. Simply click on the “Export this board” icon next to the Web whiteboard name in the upper left corner of your screen and select which kind of file you would like to save. Please note that if you don’t save or export your board, it will be permanently deleted after 24 hours.
Click the “Export this board” icon next to the Web whiteboard name in the top left corner of your screen to export your board as an image or PDF (If you don’t save or export your board, it will be permanently deleted after 24 hours). Registered Miro users can export their boards by clicking the same “Export this board” icon and choose from image, PDF, spreadsheet, embed, and Google Drive exporting options.
The board will be automatically deleted after 24 hours. There is no way to delete a whiteboard in Web whiteboard manually.
Web whiteboard’s sticky notes feature gives you a fun, interactive way to brainstorm, take notes, and arrange information visually on your online whiteboard. To get started, click the sticky note icon on the toolbar or press N on your keyboard.
You can also add sticky notes by dragging and dropping them right from the toolbar or by clicking the board and dragging your cursor holding the left mouse button.
Double-click anywhere on the board to add text, stickies, or shapes. You can also resize your sticky notes and change their colors for better consistency in your whiteboard.
Web whiteboard has six templates to choose from that let you save time and get started quickly. To add a template to your whiteboard, choose templates on the toolbar. If you want, you can sign up for Miro and find a greater variety of more than 550 templates in Miroverse.
You can choose from a wide array of shapes to add to your whiteboard, including squares, circles, triangles, ovals, quote bubbles, arrows, and brackets.
Web whiteboard features a select cursor (the arrow icon at the top of the left toolbar) for selecting items on your board, changing their details, including color or size, or adding links, as well as for moving those items around the canvas of the whiteboard.
The pen tool lets you add (or delete) drawings on your Web whiteboard board. To start, just click the pen icon on your left toolbar or press P on the keyboard. Then use presets to switch from one color and thickness to another easily. You can use any pen tool on a tablet device: Apple Pencil, Surface Pen, Samsung S Pen, etc.
There are three simple ways to add text to your Web whiteboard board: you can select text on the toolbar or press T on your keyboard, click anywhere on the board and start typing; you can drag and drop a text widget from the toolbar right to the board, or you can click anywhere on the board and drag your cursor holding the left mouse button.
You’ll have numerous formatting options for your text, including font, font size, text box, border color, opacity, and highlighting.
The connection line tool allows you to link objects on your Web whiteboard board, making it ideal for building diagrams and flowcharts. To create a line, select the connection line on the toolbar or use the hotkey L, click an object and drag your cursor to another object. You can also select an object and click one of the blue dots around it to start drawing a line. It’s easy to customize the arrowheads, line, stroke type, thickness, and color.
You will be able to rotate and/or resize your file before placing it onto your Web whiteboard board. Once you place it, you can no longer rotate or resize it, but you can still move it around the board.
The undo and redo buttons are found at the top left of your whiteboard, just on the right of the “export this board” button. The undo and redo functions are individual, meaning that only you can undo or redo your actions on the whiteboard.
Using the select tool (the arrow button on top of the left toolbar), you can easily copy objects and paste them on any page in your Web whiteboard board.
Boards don’t have a name in Web whiteboard. To add a name to the board, you will need to create a free account in Miro by clicking on the “Sign up for free” button on the top center of the screen. After creating your account, you will be able to add a name to your whiteboard.
You can add the following kinds of files from your computer or from the web (maximum file size is 30 MB, full image resolution is 32 MP): images, PDF files, Google Drive documents, and MS Office files. The easiest way to add them to your online whiteboards is to simply drag and drop them from your desktop. The complete list of supported file types is available in this article.