Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is excellent at providing an online tool for open collaboration. It is being used for all events where we need input from colleagues in a dynamic environment such as action work-outs or strategic planning, but cannot get all users in one physical location together. It is replacing traditional whiteboard planning!
- Real-time collaboration.
- Allows multiple users to update at once.
- Provides one central location all staff can access.
- Include video conference capability.
- Make better use of touch-screen capability.
- Align closer with traditional windows shortcuts (such as copy + paste).
- Reduced travel cost from being able to work remotely.
- Improved engagement from being able to participate remotely in planning.
- Increased productivity during planning process.
The only suggestion would be to improve the shortcuts and alignment with using windows, as well as make the system smarter when used with a touch-screen device.
Not the easiest to export plans or sessions after creating work. Typically have had to screenshot work in order to export in a presentable format for sharing with other colleagues post-work.
It has significantly improved collaboration and engagement. I know how to use the tool whenever I want to create a plan, whereas previously I would have used Powerpoint and asked people to tell me their ideas - they can now use the tool and enter them directly themselves. It also helps with ESO users, as it enables people less confident in speaking up to still get their idea seen.
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By far the best tool during comparison as it provided all features and tools required to meet the requirements.
Miro is excellent when you need to have real-time, interactive collaboration with multiple people, all at the same time. It replaces the traditional whiteboard braining-storming sessions with a more modern and relevant process, that people in all locations, timezones, and geographies can join at their own convenience. I personally find it particularly relevant for use during action work-outs or strategic planning sessions.