Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I started using Miro for online interviews for applicants to our undergraduate teaching program. I found it intuitive and really easy to engage online at a much higher level of interaction. I have also used it for online live teaching and working online workshops. I have even used it for face-to-face workshops.
- The real-time interaction is fabulous, even with large groups. It's especially useful that you have a marker for each person, so you can see where they are looking on the board.
- The shapes and line creation are really intuitive and hit the sweet spot of functionality and ease.
- Being able to paste in pdfs live, or have prepared boards is really useful. It allows for a journey of exploration to take place.
- It would be great to be able to select a region and download as an image.
- It would be nice to have version control, where one could snapshot the board.
- It would be nice to be able to share the content of boards (e.g. through a download of an area of a board that can be shared [with] others). Template on steroids!
- Better online interviews (pandemic and reduced Carbon emissions through reduced flying).
- More effective workshops.
It's great, but there are a few small things that could make it even better (See earlier suggestions)
Not really used.
It's been really effective in developing shared ideas.
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Miro's feature set?
Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
Would you buy Miro again?
It is easy, intuitive, real-time, and aids online communication.