My review of Miro
November 05, 2021
My review of Miro
Score 8 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is being used across the entire organization in different capacities. For our marketing group, we use it as a small team to discuss upcoming and in-progress projects, brainstorm and keep on top of updates and changes. We don't necessarily use it as our primary form of communication, but we do pull it up as we're communicating on outside channels (mainly Slack) in order to visually connect.
- Templates for different project needs.
- Notification of updates from users.
- Adding new requested features.
- Sync issues.
- Can get messy if too many users on one project.
- Sometimes too many features and options.
- Improved productivity.
- More frequent communication.
- Organization of thoughts and processes.
It does take some getting used to. The multiple pieces of training from Miro associates definitely helped. You have to be a consistent and constant user and make sure you are encouraging your colleagues to use the platform exclusively in order to become skilled and used to the platform and its capabilities.
It was definitely hard to get used to at first. Especially when you are used to everyone sitting in a single room brainstorming on a literal whiteboard with post-it notes. This is the digital version of that, but it still takes time to understand how everything works, what features make the most sense, and how to navigate the platform.
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Definitely for brainstorming as we're working remote and/or not in the same space at the same time. A great way to keep track of projects and not have to worry about information being erased or lost. Also, a great way to share updates in real-time and make quick changes to work.