November 10, 2021
Professional in Research & DevelopmentMedical Device Company, 5001-10,000 employees
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro for brainstorming sessions, building out projects, celebrating career milestones for associates - lots of different areas where users can come and go to visit the virtual boards. We also use it for focused problem solving activities and training new associates in lean manufacturing concepts. Very useful to have the templates built in ahead of time.
- Easy to use
- Multi-user editing at the same time
- Saved templates to create the next document
- Distributing objects across a range
- Context menus (right click) are tricky to navigate
- Integration with other platforms (JMP, etc.)
- Improved whiteboarding experience when virtual and remote work became the norm.
- Too many people who don't know how to use it, making boards messy.
- Seems like a great collaboration tool, but would need to see the cost to understand the ROI.
Integration with our teams can be challenging because we still have a lot of associates that are not well trained with any type of platform like this (powerpoint, Microsoft project, Visio, etc.). The learning curve is way too steep, so there is a generic fear of adoption. Change is hard.
Significantly improved connection with associates who are not on site. I also like the ability to go in and look at the board at any time, as opposed to physical whiteboards, in which case you have to go to the room where the board sits and find the idea you are looking to remember or revisit.
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?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
Would you buy Miro again?
Only similar one is the whiteboard in Teams, and it pales in comparison to the flexibility and scope of Miro.
Great for virtual organization of data and projects, with easy method to navigate across different portions of the board. I would use it for anything that has multiple user involvement because it allows people to create, move, and edit content (based on permissions) offline or during the session. I would not use it as a presentation material for management meetings.