Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use it personally for a collaborative space to work on complex projects. I have used it in the past for a space to design, wireframe, and scope UX design projects.
- Collaboration: Multiple people can view and edit at the same time and it's super easy to share your miro board with others.
- Visual Information architecture: I am a visual learner and I like projects being presented and developed in a visual format. Miro allows that flexibility to connect ideas, add images, colours, links, etc!
- Templates: If you have a need to build something specific Miro will give you an easy way to do it. In the past, I found value in using a wire-framing template to wireframe an app.
- I've had trouble with items locking in Miro and being unable to fix them....
- Miro should have "dark mode".
The interface is simple and easy to understand with lots of customizable options.
I've only used MS teams x Miro integration and it worked fine, but I still prefer working in a web browser.
Miro is a powerful tool when it comes to virtual collaboration. I think my favorite feature is that you can see where other users' mouses are within the miro board and that helps you follow along and direct attention when explaining something. It definitely has a positive impact.
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?
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?
Miro is really well suited for virtual collaborative work and complex projects. I've used it in the past to map out marketing projects, persona mapping, app development, game design, and mostly as a collaborative ideation space. With the pandemic preventing us to collaborate on a physical whiteboard, Miro has become second nature and has become even better than a physical whiteboard because we can continually add to it over time.