Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is used in my organization for product discovery, workshops, general technical discussions, and more. My department (UX Design) is the main user of Miro, but we frequently invite other stakeholders (Product Planning, Engineering, Integration, etc) to participate and join our boards. The main issue it solves is the "visual collaboration" for a home office environment, which is extremely necessary as we spend ~80% of our time at home.
- Visual Collaboration.
- Saving discussions for further consulting.
- Ability to properly organize and guide workshops.
- Full featured voice chat.
- Board organization.
- Reduced discussion time.
- Better decision making.
- Reduced meeting decision time.
- Conceptual plan for designs.
No, in fact, the software has high performance and is easy enough to use. Also provides interesting features like timers, music, etc.
In my opinion, it would need better integration with email tools, which is usually where broader communication is done. I would like to have widgets where voting polls, sign-offs, and stuff like this could be incorporated into email bodies in order to make decisions official throughout the company.
It allowed visual communication, once only present (even with worse performance than the Miro interface) on physical interactions. This is the main advantage of using Miro, as it helps a lot of people to communicate their ideas even in different languages (one image counts as a thousand words mindset).
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
Would you buy Miro again?