Exporting and importing content from Miro to Zoom Whiteboard

Users can migrate content from Miro to Zoom Whiteboard using import and export functions available in both platforms. To do this, Miro boards need to be exported as high-quality PDFs, which requires an advanced Miro license. These PDFs can then be imported into a Zoom Whiteboard with any license type.

Zoom Whiteboard supports converting the following objects into editable components: Text, Notes, Shapes, Connectors, Labels, Frames, and Images. Any other content will be converted as shapes or images. To ensure a higher-quality export to Zoom Whiteboard, it is recommended to use multiple frames in Miro, as each frame is converted independently.


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Prerequisites for exporting and importing content from Miro to Zoom Whiteboard

How to export and import content from Miro to Zoom Whiteboard

Export board as PDF in Miro

  1. Sign in to Miro.
  2. Open your desired board. 
  3. At the top left, click Export this board, then Save as PDF.
  4. Select Best Quality and click Export to save the PDF file to your computer.
    If your content is not already added in frames, Miro will require you create a frame around the selected content.

Import PDF into Zoom Whiteboard

  1. Create a new whiteboard in Zoom. 
  2. In the left navigation, click the Upload icon  and select the PDF file you exported from Miro.
    Alternatively, drag the exported PDF onto the whiteboard in the Zoom desktop app.
  3. Select the imported PDF, then click the ellipsis icon  to open more menu options.
  4. Click Miro PDF to editable board.
    The content importer will process the PDF and generate a frame for each page. Users can re-convert the Miro PDF to a Zoom Whiteboard by re-selecting the originally embedded PDF.