Some Mac OS X users have experienced crashes with the diagramming feature in Miradi 4.2. We have identified that the issue is caused by a software bug in the underlying Java 1.6. runtime on which Miradi runs. Since Apple is no longer maintaining Java 1.6, we have updated Miradi 4.2.1 to use the latest version of Java provided by Oracle. To install this updated Miradi 4.2.1 release on OS X, you will first need to download and install Java SE 1.8 Runtime Environment which can be found here (filename: jre-8u45-macosx-x64.dmg).
Thanks to everyone for your patience. We are working hard to continuously provide you with the best Miradi product and service possible and are grateful for your feedback. If you have further questions, please contact us.
We are happy to announce that Miradi 4.2 is now available for download. The latest release contains minor fixes, as well as important enhancements - especially for Mac users, including an improved installation process. Download Miradi 4.2 here!
Note: Miradi 4.1.x and earlier versions cannot open Miradi 4.2 files, except via exporting your Miradi 4.2 file as a Miradi zip file (.mpz).
Log in using your existing MiradiShare.org account or create a new one that allows you to access both Miradi.org and MiradiShare.org. If you have a Miradi Desktop subscription, we will match your email address and give you access. Check out our guided instructions to help with the sign up process and let us know if you need any help!
Miradi - a Swahili word meaning "project" or "goal" - is a user-friendly program that allows nature conservation practitioners to design, manage, monitor, and learn from their projects to more effectively meet their conservation goals, following a process laid out in the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation.
Miradi is working to transform the practice of conservation
Check out these guided instructions for creating a Miradi Account & installing Miradi Software
To learn about Miradi features and functions, download the Miradi self-guided tutorial.
Also check out this Miradi Dashboard video to learn about a cool feature for sharing project progress online.