Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is an excellent tool for providing visual mockups of brain trees, improvised project plans, critical path workflows, and several other forms of visual representation of data. It is an essential tool to me as a Sales Engineer and allows me to perform my job to the highest degree. I am able to clearly articulate my thought process internally to my team and externally to prospects/clients.
- Data Flow Diagrams.
- Project Management.
- Critical Path Flows.
- Integrations to other Enterprise tools.
- Ease of use with the zoom/move cursor.
- Export functionality in a clean format.
- Reduced project completion time for my overall team.
- Clearly articulate thought processes for complex issues.
- Visual representation of a workflow as opposed to explaining it verbally/textually.
The implementation of the product is seamless. They have a web-based application as well as a hard copy that can be stored on your local machine. The only issue I have is the integration with Slack and Notion. I think that there is room for improvement when it comes to those two platforms.
There is no doubt that Miro is a powerful tool when it comes to representations of workflows and thought processes. They also have a wealth of integrations that satisfy the majority of business requirements for Enterprise-grade organizations. However, my only qualm is the scope of those integrations with two platforms - Slack and Notion.
Absolutely. This is probably the most pertinent and important feature of Miro. With nearly the entire world still working remotely (or some degree of such) this has been a godsend. It empowers all of our teams to work collaboratively together on boards and weigh in on topics simultaneously despite geographic boundaries.
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Miro is well suited for anyone whose daily job is to present visual representations of their thought process. This can range from data flow diagrams, brain trees, critical path representations, hierarchies, custom workflows, etc. Miro is not well suited for situations where you need to seamlessly integrate or export the representation to provide to other team members or externally facing a client/prospect.