Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro has been a great tool for addressing the problem of interaction in online environments. I've been using it within my classes to teach 'design thinking' methods and techniques. It allows us to not only explore the problem space but also to design new tools for prototyping solutions for certain challenges.
- Provides easy ways for designing tools for collaboration.
- Provides a real-time space for online interaction and experimentation.
- Allows us to easily compile and download data.
- Miro should be translated to other languages, such as Portuguese.
- I would like to see a 'grid feature'. It would be helpful for organizing information.
- Miro desktop app should work 'local', and not only when connected to internet.
- Improved productivity in online environment.
- A safe space for experimentation during the pandemic.
- A reliable way for collaboration and learning.
I haven't tried many types of integration yet, but it has been really easy to use Miro with Microsoft Teams.
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?
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Would you buy Miro again?
- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly), Stormboard and Conceptboard
Miro provides a larger number of templates and integration options if compared to these products. I would say it presents the highest cost-benefit ratio in the market.
Miro is well suited for small groups of people exploring certain topics, like classes or business workshops. I would not recommend it for larger groups, since it might be difficult to manage 'break-out rooms'.