Create cards to track task progress: who owns a task, and when it's due.

Card items hold information in a structured way.
They help organize descriptions of concepts and tasks in the context of an initiative or a project.
You can give cards a title and a description, assign them to users, set due dates, and group them by labeling them with tags.

Some tasks that you can manage using a card item include:

  • Monitoring workload and task progress.
  • Managing projects using a Miro board.
  • Syncing a board with a third-party project management tool.

Card items work best when they are part of a User Story Mapping (USM) or a Kanban item: these container items help structure, organize, and plan user tasks and product releases with a Scrum or a Kanban approach.

Card item, compact view:

Figure 1. Compact view of a card. You can view only basic information.

Card item, detail view:

Figure 2. Detail view of a card. You can view and edit all the card fields.

See also

What's next

To discover the REST API and the Web SDK feature sets and to get app ideas, check their tutorial sections.