Miro has unveiled a host of new features and integrations, designed to support hybrid working and move it beyond being predominantly a whiteboarding tool.

The collaboration software maker has added several new features this week, include three updated frameworks for its Miro Developer Platform, new integrations with the Google Meet and Webex videoconferencing tools, and improvements to interactive presentations.

“The announcements Miro is making this week set out the company’s vision for the future of visual collaboration, which goes well beyond just whiteboarding,” said Varun Parmar, chief product officer at Miro.

Supporting hybrid work

As most organizations continue to operate some kind of hybrid work model, Parmar said that a lot of people are experiencing the worst parts of both in-person and remote working, with Miro looking to improve the experience of meetings, as well as the pre- and post-meeting experience.

The new Miro app integration with Google Workspace allows Google Meet users to access Miro via the activities panel, to start creating a new Miro board or edit any existing board in the meeting.

The new native Webex board app also lets Webex users launch any Miro board directly inside a meeting. Miro can also be used on a Webex board outside of the meeting through the Miro web app.

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