Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Over the past year of using Miro, it has become one of my most used tools and in fact, supports not only professional but also personal projects. I cannot begin to describe how excited I am about what Miro already is and what it is evolving into. Miro is not just a smart Whiteboard, it is a platform for many other tools and processes that you can seamlessly plug into it. Only over time, I realized how powerful that can be once you adapt your thinking to it. Miro is like an infinite, smart piece of paper. You can sketch out ideas, processes, concepts, and plug-in media, tools, and contents exactly when and how you need them. You can use it for powerful collaboration, you can even set up Scrum sprints including functioning Sprint Boards, integrations with developer tools and and and. I am very excited about what Miro might turn into in the future and will be an advocate for Miro for whatever organisation I work with.
- Setting up a collaborative processes
- Exploring and developing a concept from scratch
- Researching topics
- Improve the Task Boards to become even more powerful
- Improve performance for large boards and many simultaneous users
- Create an easy to use mobile app and Android widgets
- Improved Productivity
- Faster time to solutions both when designing processes and new products
- Better collaboration in a team
Miro works very well on computers, but the mobile experience is not so ideal just yet. So it is ALMOST perfect.
Because some people are not used to a tool that you essentially need to set up from scratch.
Our work has become massively more productive, increased transparency and clarity, and helped reduce time to implementation of concepts we are sketching out on it massively while allowing all stakeholders to chime in when developing a project or concept, or product.
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- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
Miro has a lot more and better integrations than Mural. Mural performs better with multiple users, but is by far not as powerful as Miro.
In the initial stages of a project, Miro is the perfect tool as it allows for multiple simultaneously evolving concept spaces that each team member can look at across the board. Less suited for very detailed work that needs to adhere to very strict policies or standards (as the board is collaborative, infinite, not really "serial"/hierarchical in its nature).