Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is a tool that I use more often for personal purposes than in the organization I work in today. Sometimes when we have a project or idea to discuss with other teams, and due to the pandemic we're not close to having a meeting room, Miro can be the 'whiteboard' that can 'keep live' and be updated later.
- A better way to explain projects and ideas to teams.
- Reduced time on collaborations.
- Create a mindmap direct in a meeting.
Miro is as simple as sign-in and start using. Only when you have some kind of integration that it may be complicated, but not always. Most of the integrations are smooth, there're many apps prepared to be integrated.
Any other platform integration I needed could be integrated with Miro, but it was not many.
It has been a tough time for everyone, and to make teams productive and collaborative, as it was in the office, is challenging. Miro emerged as a good option not only to organize your own ideas and talks but also to show it to others and have some collaboration when it's needed, like everyone is in the same room, using the same whiteboard.
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I like to use Miro as a digital whiteboard to better organize ideas and mind mapping for anything you need to develop or create. Also, using visual elements is a handful since you can connect them to make relations. In other ways, you can detail organized team boards and also project tasks and workflows.