Miro is a great collaboration tool that offers interactive boards with sticky notes, allowing teams to work together and share ideas in real time. Miro is beneficial for brainstorming and generating ideas, yet teams often find it difficult to arrange it into organized data. Dcipher-Miro integration eliminates this problem by allowing the transformation of free-form ideas from Miro into useful, structured, and summarized data that can be used to create new and organized Miro boards.
This tutorial describes how to import items from Miro boards as a structured Dcipher dataset. All Dcipher Analytics AI capabilities can later be utilized on notes from Miro similar to how they have been used in other content analysis and insight generation pipelines.
Login to your Dcipher account.
2. Create or open a new project
Follow the instructions to create a new project or open an existing one.
3. Choose Miro option from Import Wizard
Choose the "Import from 3rd party apps" option in Import Wizard and select the "Miro" option in the next step
4. Sign in to your Miro account
This action will open a pop-up to connect your Dcipher and Miro accounts. Sign in to your account and choose the Miro team whose boards will be accessible in your Dcipher account.
5. Select Miro board
Select the Miro board you would like to import into Dcipher as a Dcipher dataset.
6. Investigate your landscape
Click on the "Import" button and get access to the selected Miro board as a structured table and Dcipher landscape that aligns with the view in your Miro board.
7. What's next?
You can now use all Dcipher Analytics natural language understanding and generation features to auto-cluster or summarize your data. If you are interested in generating new Miro boards after clustering and summarizing your data, you can follow the step-by-step guide in this article.