Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is used by several teams of our organization. In our team, we use Miro for our agile ceremonies. This includes PI-Planning and Sprint planning. The functionality to work simultaneously on the same board helped us to be productive even in a home office setting. Planning is an important task in our team's schedule, so we rely heavily on good results.
- Reduced PI-Planning time.
- Visualize dependencies to other teams easily.
- Better outcome in retrospectives.
The implementation is very well done. On most browsers, it works without problems. I like the easy way everyone can work on a single board. It is easy and mostly intuitive to use (for example create, copy and move shapes or click into shapes and add text). For some tasks, there is missing some more complexity (for example add some more complex or predefined shapes).
Nothing to add here. It is easy to sign-up and add new members on a Board.
Until covid, we used to plan such things together in the office. The need to work in a home office was the point we first tried out Miro. We didn't try another solution. Everyone was satisfied with the tool. All in all, it made the transition to home office planning really easy.
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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
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Would you buy Miro again?
Miro is perfectly suited for the things we use in our team's context when working on an activity in the same team. So everyone can access and see real-time the same board. I tried it out to draw more low-level diagrams in it (like in draw.io, eg. network diagram) for this scenario it isn't that well suited.