With Miro Embed for Confluence you will have native Miro boards without moving away from Confluence! Follow this quick guide to get started.

Step 1: Finding the right link in Miro

You will only need to access Miro to grab the embed link for the board you want to embed in Confluence.

You don’t need a premium account to share boards with Embed Miro for Confluence.

Any embed code or board URL will work!

You can try Miro embed for Confluence with a sample board. However, the free navigation mode has been disabled to protect the sample content.

Board url:

Embed link in presentation mode:
<iframe width="768" height="432" src="https://miro.com/app/embed/o9J_lV6xAmM=/?pres=1&frameId=3074457354140961281" frameBorder="0" scrolling="no" allowFullScreen></iframe>

There are two ways to share a board. Let’s see each of them separately.

Option 1. Using the board url

  • Once in your desired board, copy the entire url

Using this link will embed boards in presentation mode with zoom

Option 2. Using the embed code

  • From the board you want to embed, click on the share icon to the right of your board name and select the “embed” option

  • Copy the code in the Embed board window

Here, you can also decide whether your board will be editable by others (Free navigation) or view-only (presentation)

Step 2: Embedding Miro boards in Confluence

Now that you have a link, there are three different ways to embed it in Confluence.

Method 1: Slash miro

  • Type /miro to launch the app and select Miro Embed for Confluence
  • Add the link into the url field
  • And select the board mode

You can also, quite simply, paste the link and it will load automatically.

Method 3: Macro menu

  • Click on the macro dropdown, then on View more

  • Search for the miro embed for Confluence macro and select it
  • Paste the link on the URL field
  • And select the board mode

Making your boards look great

Miro embed for Confluence takes care of board proportions for you.

Adjusting the width

To change the width natively, simply click in the embedded board in the Confluence page, then choose between centered, wide, and full width in the visual menu.

Adjusting the height

The height is set by default to 600 pixels – a comfortable numbere for most screen resolutions. However, you can adjust it manually anytime clicking on the edit button below the board.

  • These actions are only possible while editing the Confluence page.

  • You don’t need to be the board creator.