Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Creating process maps during experience workshops to capture obstacles and opportunities along with the experience flow. I work for an agency so we use it when clients use it, otherwise, we use Mural. We often use Miro because many of our clients tend to use Miro.
- Easy to use.
- Auto font resizing.
- Locate teammates on the board and see in-real-time changes and progress.
- Tagging/labeling stickies is a great feature.
- Doesn't have a "grid" feature to clean up the stickies into an organized grid pile (see: Mural).
- Left-side options are not always clear (for example: took me some time to figure out how to add a board).
- Doesn't have font style options like bold or italics.
- Allowed us to collaborate in real-time with clients.
- Took longer to clean up and organize the board.
Worked fairly well, no real complaints outside the ones already mentioned.
Have had no trouble integrating Miro into my day-to-day.
Helps a lot with client collaboration and keeps the whole team up-to-date and aware of any and all changes or things of note.
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?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?
- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
Mural has the snap stickies to grid feature that keeps everything really organized and clean. They also have the ability to change font style. Both of these features I find incredibly useful for my daily tasks and for organizing mid-workshop, and if Miro had these features it would put Miro and Mural on the same level for me.
Miro is great for process maps and writing down quick stickies, though it does slow down considerably when the network is strained, which makes taking notes on large calls particularly difficult. I don't use Miro for more than that so it works well for my purposes.