Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We operate multiple IT projects for different strategic business units of Honeywell, most of these projects follow agile practices. Miro is mostly used to do planning (PI Planning, Retrospectives, etc.). Miro helps keep a large set of information in one place. So in a way, it helps us in doing project management, gathering, and noting requirements.
- PI planning.
- Requirement gathering.
- Story management.
- Miro is blocked for some of our vendors like TCS, it will be better if we can enable that.
- If possible, to link Miro with IT Jira for live status.
- More templates will help.
- Improved productivity as the team can work collaboratively and save time.
- An integrated platform that matches our business objective to contribute without hurdles.
- Brings out the creativity of the team if they want to build some dashboard of their own.
- Works as one platform which helps in avoiding utilizing multiple applications.
We have utilized Miro in our organization primarily for PI planning and retrospective, teams have taken it quite well. There were initial hiccups in getting hold of the tool but slowly people picked up.
As we can utilize this tool for multiple activities like collaboration, requirement gathering, maintaining logs, sharing tools, etc. But there is always room for improvement.
This certainly helps in collaboration, in today's world most workers are operating from different locations, this helps in bringing them all together and not at the cost of slowness in the application so it really helps.
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Miro's feature set?
Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
Would you buy Miro again?
Actually, I was not involved in the selection process but I have used other tools and found Miro quite helpful with an edge over others. Just that Microsoft OneNote does not fit in that category completely but some features are helpful there as well.
Good for working on a collaborative exercise like PI planning where different ideas are being shared. Brainstorming during any group activity. Agile Retrospectives can be conducted very efficiently using Miro boards. If used for sharing a dashboard it's not as effective if the other person is not as aware of Miro, as there is a learning curve.