Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is being used for agile team retrospectives, brainstorming new ideas, creating product roadmaps, visualizing customer journeys, etc. Especially in times of working from different places, Miro helps a lot to conduct effective and productive meetings. It brings more life to remote situations and makes us feel closer as a team.
- Improves "permanent remote working situation" for teams.
- Adding reactions was a good thing. Much more personal.
- Exporting Data. I'm in love with the CSV export for stickies. Great for documentation.
- Great templates.
- Intuitive Use.
- I have the Miro app for Zoom, but I couldn't really figure out what the benefit is (except having a better arrangement on one screen).
- Timer: it would be great if I could not just add a minute fast but also take away a minute when I want to shorten the time...
- Improved productivity.
- Improved collaboration across different locations.
I had a good experience starting a workshop where not everyone was very familiar with using Miro to make a demo session and have a "playground". Each member posted a sticky, wrote something, and added an emoticon and a picture e.g. The voting is also a great thing to "rehearse" before put into action.
It is easy to use this tool directly and even if you know only some of its functions it is usable. Step-by-step by using it you learn more about the features of the tool. What I forgot to say was that I find the voting not very good. In my experience, it never seems to work properly for everybody. This is why I keep helping myself by adding for each member some picture dots and we count them manually on the stickies. Maybe there is room for improvement for the voting feature.
It helped a lot with collaboration and being more productive.
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?
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Miro is more user-friendly and more intuitive.
Miro is great for brainstorming situations or collecting thoughts on a particular topic. It is also great for reflection. I think it is well suited for meetings longer than an hour. For daily standups, it is not the right tool because then the (JIRA, Trello, etc.) board is presented and that is enough to talk about who is doing what.