Overall Satisfaction with Miro
To facilitate interactive workshops remotely. We use Miro as the center stage where users add sticky notes and type in their thoughts which are then discussed and refined. Ultimately the output of the session is the write-up of these notes.
- Enable interactivity via sticky notes. This is particularly useful as text is auto-sized within the notes so you can fit more or less text but still fit within the overall board setup.
- Allow you to see where users are looking so you can see whether some users are left behind and then proactively engage them.
- Allows you to pull all users to you which ensures users don't get lost and keeps the session focused.
- Security settings restrict the ability to send links to non-users, this limits dynamism to add attendees late on.
- Improved engagement and interaction with attendees, particularly with attendees who have historically been difficult to engage. This is a good strength of Miro.
We collaborated across time zones and continents very effectively. Gives us confidence that we can facilitate interactive workshops remotely.
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For interactive virtual sessions, it is very good and I cannot think of a better tool. For calculations, it is not suitable. For example, calculating costs via rate card x days. There is no inbuilt maths engine as far as I'm aware I'm also unsure how well this would facilitate a face-to-face workshop, however, I believe the purpose of Miro is to support virtual work.