Overall Satisfaction with Miro
As Masters' students, we use Miro as our go-to collaboration tool. It has been easy to pick up and has been very successful in replicating the in-person experience. At times there are 3-4 of us, at other times over 20 and we can all work together at the same time, just as if we were in class. The templates are useful and the ability to comment and chat through the platform has also been of benefit. The option to download content (in a choice of file sizes depending on what you need it for) we have made has also been really useful for us.
- large groups can work together
- downloading high resolution copies of content created on Miro
- being able to load "speech bubble comments"
- ability to set privileges for viewers and editors
- Pen tools are very basic. It would be good to be able to draw better
- sometimes it is difficult to change font size eg if you are making infographics
- the boards become very slow sometimes as more and more content is added
- zoom in and out feature can be sketchy at times
- with a group of 4 working remotely in different cities and timezones, it offers a level playing field
- safe place to store ideas
- almost like a way of breaking the ice for people who don't know each other, it was a place to start collaborating that was easy for everyone to get to grips with and also worked well whether you were on Windows, Mac, Android, or iOS
as previously mentioned, the class found it easy to get to know. I wish we could use it across of the classes
Without it, we would not have gotten our projects done. I actually cannot imagine doing my course without it.
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?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?