My story with Miro
November 11, 2021
My story with Miro
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I have been using Miro to teach a course, present material at informal and formal meetings, and engage with audiences in policy dialogues. I guess I left the common presentation framework with limited pallets and moved toward a bigger board-like experience. I feel more convenience working with a broader perspective where I can focus on smaller things. The features Miro offered have successfully invited me to maintain my performance through their platform. I have been using the Miro Board for my role as a professor and researcher in a public university in Indonesia to answer the question. Miro has supported me in delivering courses and research project presentations. Furthermore, I have also the privilege to use the board when pursuing a further degree in the USA. I am the only one using the platform in the school, but back then in the university, I have been working in Indonesia, many of my colleagues have been utilizing the great features Miro has provided.
- VERY big board, so it won't limit your creativity.
- VERY easy to add links and pictures.
- VERY good to interact with the audience, especially when building a theme for discussions.
- I just installed the desktop version of Miro. I found that the web version of it sometimes does not give me access to edit my own work. At first, I was thinking it was about the Internet connection, but after installing the desktop version, the problem was solved. However, I am actually really reluctant to install many apps in my notebook for security purposes.
- Improved efficiency in findings theme in a multi-stakeholder dialogue.
- Quicker to present idea with animations.
I like how Miro has grown and offered a presentation feature. It has just miraculously been helping me to present in a more confident way! The layout has been always beautiful, and the experience of operating with the Miro board has been "live" to audiences. They mostly say that my presentation was very engaging partly because of Miro!
I like how Miro is able to show the screenshot of a webpage (e.g. LinkedIn page) rather than just provide a link that we copied. I also like the way it gives the possibility to be embedded in an LMS (Learning Management Systems) platform to deliver courses to students.
I have been successfully delivering messages and presentations in my research projects with Miro Board. It also gave me the ability to engage with audiences for an idea brainstorm, and conclude findings at the end within a limited presentation's time. It also inspires participants to collaborate seamlessly using the board.
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?
This is my first time using an online board to present an idea with Miro.
For having a large discussion with people, Miro is a very good tool for that. It also applies when we work together in a team to come up with a solution to present to audiences. It is seamlessly integrated and powerful to convey messages to audiences beautifully. It may not be suitable for those who are not willing to collaborate in a group, and like conventional ways to present results.