Overall Satisfaction with Miro
You can use applications like Skype, Microsoft Teams, or Discord to communicate. However, it does not allow for the type of communication that one can have while sitting around the same table, where everyone can see what someone is doing and what they are working on, while also explaining thoughts and ideas through a visually creative medium. Miro fixes this issue because using Miro is kind of like working on 1 infinite table with many more added features that allow for easy and flexible communication. Which is a quality that any good project leader worth their salt won't want to miss out on. Another thing that I cannot understate is the ease of use of Miro I started using Miro 2 years ago having never heard of it, but the transition into Miro was smooth and intuitive. But that does not mean that Miro lacks any kind of features instead it achieves its ease of use by having an easy-to-read UI while also hiding some of its more extensive tools behind a button that expands the toolset. But take all this with a grain of salt for I have used Miro for only 2 years.
- An easy to read user interface.
- Easy to use.
- Being able to use Miro without having an account.
- Essential tools are free.
- Able to export projects, images, and more to many different platforms and data types.
- Flexible tool set.
- Quick setup for different projects.
- An action history which people can use to view and revert changes that were made.
- Improving work efficiency due to Miro's flexibility.
- Quicker meetings due to Miro's visual tools to help explain your points.
- Quick and expansive exports saves otherwise wasted time.
I don't have anything else I want to mention besides what I already said in earlier asked questions.
Because its UI is quick to read and easy to use while also not forcing users to use an account.
It has allowed us to communicate in a visual way that most online communication applications do not allow for.
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?
Miro is well suited for areas like design where we use sticky notes, images, and many other tools to quickly communicate ideas with others within and outside our trade. Miro excels at 4 key points for any project: Easy to use, Flexible toolset, Easy export with multiple options, and nothing needing an account to do any of it. You can use Miro for many other things like making a project calendar, but I would still pick a program that was dedicated/created for such a task as Trello in this example.