November 11, 2021
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro on a daily basis for a range of activities. We use it to capture ideas and inspiration from others in our sector and beyond and we run workshops and training sessions with it. I am the digital lead for my organization and Miro is central to being able to deliver content strategy and information architecture workshops. I don't think I'd be able to do my job without it. It's great for making online workshops interactive and so easy to use that people who've never used it before can quickly get the hang of it.
- Providing tools for interactive workshops.
- Being able to capture ideas and market research.
- Organize training sessions.
- Sometimes it reverts back to trackpad navigation rather than mouse (I don't use a mouse but prefer mouse navigation mode, even when using a trackpad). I personally think the mouse navigation mode should be the default.
- I've never got to grips with the voting functionality.
That's one of the best things about Miro - people from anywhere can join an online interactive workshop. You no longer need to be in the same room to collaborate on materials and run a session. You can capture everyone's feedback and thoughts. The risk when running online sessions is that the presenter just talks - Miro makes sure sessions can be interactive.
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- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
Think Miro is more intuitive and has better functionality. The boards are also bigger on Miro, which makes a big difference.