Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro in a variety of different ways. From workshops to retrospectives, early product exploration. It's such a great tool that everyone loves using as it allows us to communicate with each other regardless of physical location. The various different apps are also great, most of my colleagues use the Chrome web application, but I personally use the Desktop app and Mac application often.
- Fantastic UX - so intuitive and easy to use.
- Scales beautifully depending on the resolution of your screen.
- Very powerful - the variety of tools available is great.
- The templates are amazing - allowing us to easily get inspiration on how to use the product next.
- Organization of boards - this could be a config issue within my company, but new boards can quickly appear out of nowhere.
- Would love to see more boards available for free.
- More advanced options with tables - being able to filter, sort, etc.
- Reduced time to value - we can quickly sketch ideas within an hour, compared to days of a designer's time.
- We can research so much more effectively compared to Word, Docs, PowerPoints, etc.
- Easy-to-use templates mean we get more value from customer meetings. Gone are the days are long boring OneNote/Word docs during a client call.
Templates: These are fantastic and allow us as an organization to quickly browse what is available and also gain general insight into what else is available within Miro. We also love that there are constant updates to the templates and help guides that ensure end-users are constantly kept engaged with new ideas.
I don't feel this is applicable as I've personally not had to integrate Miro with any other tools but from experience, I am aware that we have integrated Miro with Teams and TargetProcess and the end-user experience has been seamless.
It's a game-changer. We're a national and international workforce but on Miro, we may as well be in the same room. It's actually more effective to be remote as Miro offers more tools than if we're in a board room! Miro is a universal language at my company which means everyone can easily maximize value from the product.
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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Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?
Miro is just so easy and powerful. The barrier to entry is next to nothing and it simply does not require a lot of time configuring rules/layouts etc. With Miro, select a template (or don't) > invite your colleagues and you're done. Collaborate, export to PDF, etc afterward for future reference and it's sorted. Many other providers require annoying setup steps which take time.
Workshops with customers to understand their various requirements for a new product and to gain better insight into their organizational priorities. Internal Retrospectives: Being able to quickly spin up a board and create a template means we can start debating in no time. Research: Being able to drag and drop assets, links, etc onto a page for easy comparison is great.