Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I juggle several projects at once, but they're all interrelated. The standard project management tools couldn't provide an interface that *visually* shows the connection between big projects. I'm talking like a giant mind map with big milestones at the top and actionable tasks at the bottom of the tree. That's the way I think, and only Miro has allowed me to convert that thinking into a digital form, allowing me to use it for long term vision casting as well as day-to-day task management.
- Diagrams for UX workflows
- Sales funnel diagramming
- High-level project planning (with visuals)
- I wish there was a built-in Gant view so I could see my tasks on a timeline.
- More formatting options for the mind map funcitonality
- More nesting options. The ability to expand smaller visual elements inside of a larger visual structure.
- Mind mapping
- Kanban task planning
- Project visualization
Evernote, Trello, , Mindmeister--these are the tools I used to use all at once to do what Miro does all in one. The consolidation of features is impressive and convenient. I don't need to cobble together the functionality with multiple tools. The simplicity of the option allows me to focus on the work at hand.
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Our thinking is contained by the medium we use to express it. If you're stuck in a Kanban or Gantt or Word document view, your thinking will be limited by the visual structure you're working in. So at the beginning of a project, when you're starting from zero and need to stay mentally flexible, Miro provides a wide open interface that doesn't restrict your ideating.