This explains how to a hyperlink to a Miro projects for the purpose of linking to from other places or link sharing. This is necessary because Miro does not expose the RESTful URL in the address bar, it stays even after you select a project.
Step 1: Open your Chrome browser
Open your Chrome browser (this does not work in the Miro desktop or phone app.
Step 2: Navigate to Project Page
Navigate to the Miro project page by selecting it in the left menu.
Step 3: Open Developer Tools
Open Developer Tools from the menu bar (View > Developer > Developer Tools).
Step 4: Select Manage project
Select “Manage project” under the project name so it brings up the popup to add boards or member.
Step 5: Search for user-connections
Search for “user-connections” in the Network tab of Developer Tools.
Step 6: Select the result
Select the “user-connections?fields=…” result in the result box.
Step 7: Copy the Request URL value
Open options for the “Request URL” field in “Headers > General” (right-click or control-click on it) and select “Copy value”.
Step 8: Paste the value into text editor
Paste the value into your favorite text editor (”right-click > paste” or control-v).
Step 9: Copy ProjectID
Highlight the value in the URL after in between “projects/” and “/user-connections” and copy it. This is the <ProjectID>.
Step 10: Replace ProjectID
Replace the <ProjectID> in the following URL with the <ProjectID> you copied in the previous step. Voila! The resulting URL is the hyperlink you can copy-paste into other applications (ie, Notion, Slack, etc.) that will go directly to the Miro Project page upon selecting it.
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