Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use this for two separate functionalities. We use this as our way to build flow maps for how users will navigate within new developments and functionality. We use this during our agile sprint cycles as a means to perform our backlogs. We use these to create quick and easy Kanban-style boards that allow our many members to create real-time feedback, cutting our conversation time by around half, while still covering just as many topics as previous discussions.
- Easy to learn and use.
- Very collaborative, having many users available to edit a board at once.
- Great interface tools to allow for a broad range of modal selections.
- UX to connect pieces could feel more real (e.g., FlowMapp). I like Miro better, but they do that feel better for user map creation.
- Larger display tool kit.
- Reduced project ceremony time.
- Increased design visibility.
We had an easy enough time to integrate into our team, but we largely only work with full-stack develops so the learning curve is very minimal for a team such as ours. It may be just as easy for a team that does not have this technical expertise, but I cannot speak to their integration ease.
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Miro is a great tool that should be used when needing to provide a large team collaboration, create relationship mapping, and display an overview for a content management system and flows. Miro is not the best when attempting to display visuals or largely entangled pieces that need an in-depth description of work effort.