Organize abstraction
October 29, 2021

Organize abstraction

Hayley Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I am personally using it to develop and build out my business strategy for the biotech segment.
  • It has the flexibility to gather nebulous thoughts and organize them in a meaningful and understandable way.
  • The software allows for multiple collaborators in various locations to work together and brainstorm much easier than the traditional whiteboard and sticky notes.
  • The templates aid in developing and crafting the story you want to tell.
  • Importing or exporting Word documents or Excel. It would be much nicer to be able to have the files either as a preview with a click-through or fully editable on the Miro boards.
  • Sometimes it’s difficult to click within the board without adding a post-it note or adding a text box.
  • After building up my strategy, I was able to identify the gaps that needed to be filled. I was able to create the tools we needed to succeed and reduce evaluation and contract completion for specific customers from months to weeks.
Doing mentation was easy, I didn’t need to go through IT for permission to install it, which is common practice for my company.
I had no issues implementation.
On projects that I’ve collaborated on with folks from multiple locations, we have been more organized and successful than in the past when we used video conferencing, whiteboards, and post-it notes. It’s also been a lot easier to refer back to what has been discussed, post-meeting.

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Miro is a perfect way to organize an abstract idea and build out a full game plan. It allows for concise notetaking on multiple aspects for the same topic that can be easily referred to in one location. It is not great for polished, actionable presentations.