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Integrate Miro with Habitica

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About Miro

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard tool that allows dispersed teams to collaborate efficiently on everything from brainstorming to planning and monitoring agile workflows.

About Habitica

Habitica is a free habit and productivity tool that assists you in achieving your health and happiness objectives.

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    Triggers
  • New Challenges

    Triggers when a new challenge is created

  • New Group

    Triggers when a new group is created

  • New Inbox Message

    Triggers when a new inbox message created.

  • New Message Posted to Group

    Triggers when a new message posted to group is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created

  • New User Challenges

    Triggers when a new user challenge is created.

    Actions
  • Create Board

    Creates a new board.

  • Add Checklist Item

    Add an item to the task's checklist.

  • Create Challenge

    Create a new challenge

  • Create Task

    Create a new task.

  • Join Challenge

    Join a challenge

  • Leave Challenge

    Leave a challenge

  • Send Group Message

    Send message in the selected group.

  • Send Private Message

    Send private message to the member.

  • Update Challenge

    Update a challenge's name, description, or summary

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How Miro & Habitica Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Miro as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Habitica as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Miro to Habitica.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Miro and Habitica

Miro is an open source video player that makes it easy to play and view online videos. Miro allows one to quickly search for videos on the Internet, get quick access to them, and then you can view them. Miro is able to play most videos found on the Internet. In addition, it is also able to play videos uploaded to a user’s computer. Miro has been around since 2006. It was created by Josh Aas. The initial version of Miro had some bugs in it. Since then, it has been improved upon and is now a great top for users who like to watch videos.

There are several ways to download Miro. You can go to www.getmiro.com and click on “Download Miro” at the top right hand corner of the screen. If you are using Google Chrome as your browser you will see a little yellow box pop up at the top of the screen, which will allow you to download Miro without leaving the page you are on. As long as you have an active Internet connection, Miro will be downloaded very quickly.

Once you click on “Download Miro” a window will appear, asking if you want to install Miro for your computer or just run it as an application. You can choose either option; however, I chose to run it as an application. The next thing that happens is a box pops up asking you to choose a place on your computer in which to put Miro. You can select from a number of different locations such as Desktop, Documents, or Downloads. I chose Desktop because I like to keep my desktop clean and clutter free. Once you choose a location, Miro will automatically be placed in the location you chose. The next time you open up the fpder where you placed Miro, you should see a file called miro-2.0-109-win32.exe or miro-2.0-109-win64.exe depending on whether you chose x86 or x64 architecture. If this is not what you see, check the location where you chose to place Miro again because it may have been automatically renamed when it was placed in that location.

Once it is downloaded and installed, all you have to do is double click on miro-2.0-109-win32.exe or miro-2.0-109-win64.exe (again depending on whether you chose x86 or x64 architecture), and it will launch. You will be asked to select a language and then a window will pop up asking if you would like to start Miro right away or if you would like to create an account first. I think that creating an account first allows you to better customize your experience with Miro and gives you more options for viewing videos. Therefore, I typically select ‘Create Account’ and then ‘Continue’. It will now ask me for my name, email address, and password. I always use my real name, but I usually make up an email address because I don’t want anyone that has access to my computer being able to steal the information I use when signing up for accounts online. After entering my real name and my email address, I am given the option of registering with Facebook or Twitter or signing up with an email only account without connecting it to a social media account . I prefer signing up with email only accounts so there is no risk of any of my information being compromised if someone steals my computer or breaks into my email account online. Next, I am asked what types of media sites that I would like to connect with in order to retrieve videos from those sites more easily. This is where I input my favorite websites that have videos on them and which ones I want Miro to monitor for new videos that become available online on those sites. Again, I used my real name so I could link my favorite websites with my YouTube channel so that all the videos on those sites would be linked with my YouTube Channel as well . It then asks me if I want to enable cookies or not and then if I want to share anonymous information about how I use Miro via Google Analytics . Cookies are tops that websites use so they know more about their users and how they use their website; therefore, I leave them enabled in order to allow websites to know more about me and how I use their website . Google Analytics is used by website owners so that they can learn more about their website’s users; therefore, I leave that enabled too . Now that I have successfully created a profile for myself it begins to load videos from all of the websites that we added in order to make it easier for me to find new videos that become available online .

How does this relate to Habitica?

In order for me to be motivated enough to stay on task with doing my tasks on Habitica, I need something similar to what Miro offers in terms of a visual cue that shows me what I have done for the day (and what I still have left to accomplish. A chart showing how many tasks I have accomplished each day would aid in keeping me motivated enough to continue using Habitica by showing me how much work I have accomplished each day .

Integration of Miro and Habitica

Habitica should allow me to integrate Miro into Habitica in order for me to receive visual cues showing me what I have done for the day (and what I still have left to accomplish. If Habitica integrated Miro into its site, I would have something similar to a progress bar showing me exactly how many tasks (or habits. I have completed each day . This would aid in keeping me motivated enough to continue using Habitica by showing me how much work I have accomplished each day .

Benefits of Integration of Miro and Habitica

It would show me what percentage of tasks (or habits. that I have completed each day

It would give me a visual cue as to how much work (or habits. that I have accomplished each day

It would show me exactly how many tasks (or habits. that I have completed each day

It would show me exactly how many tasks (or habits. are left that need completing in order for me meet my daily goal

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