Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use it to conduct workshops (vision and values, current process flows, etc.) with clients. It gives a way to whiteboard without having to physically be in the room. I have used it internally to conduct workshops for new offering development using mind maps to organize participants' thoughts in a way that is clear and easy to follow
- Interacting with many different people.
- Objects that are intuitive and easy to use and edit.
- Building boards that give you flexibility.
- The templates are sometimes not the best to use; I end up making my own. I don't think the examples given are very applicable for many applications.
- Creating tables is a pain because they don't automatically lock. I have had many times where I end up dragging the table and not a sticky or other objects.
- I wish there was a note-taking function built into Miro. Somewhere where I can jot things that don't show up when I'm sharing my screen instead of having OneNote open.
I don't. I think it's easy to use and I have had clients who have used us just because we know how to use Miro.
If you mean integration into the business, I would say it's very easy. Easy to share and collaborate with.
It has helped tremendously. With communication quality at an all-time low, Miro helps everyone stay engaged and also articulate and capture thoughts that are easy to understand and trace.
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Would you buy Miro again?
Collaboration on anything that requires a visual aid or requires large amounts of participation. Anything where the end goal is difficult to articulate or see. This could be Vision and Values workshops, Future State workshops, etc. I'd also recommend it for anything that requires any sort of storyboarding. If I have a new consultant that has a difficult time structuring their thoughts, I'd tell them to use a mind map in Miro to do that and then articulate it into slides.