Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use Miro extensively while doing my remote internship. I use it to put down material from my research and have all my work in one place. It helps me to put different media in one place and highlight important areas with arrows and markers. My supervisors can check my Miro board for updates and can refer to it in case they want to recall something I had said or to view the ideas that I had pitched. It saves a lot of back and forth and also keeps a good record of my work for when I need it later for documentation.
- Being able to independently arrange media and objects
- Sketching and physical like experience of brainstorming
- Arrows and linking for mental models
- Creating frames just to write using a stylus or Apple pencil. Currently, single strokes register as single objects
- The arrows have good customization but when two things are linked, the shape of the arrows sometimes overlaps objects on board
- more objects and customization option
- more color option integration, Pasting hex codes
- reduced project completion time
- less hassle, no requirement of physical stationery
- easier pitches, better representation of research
Currently its a free to do, exploration platform but it can be improved by integration of more professional aesthetic and the ability to use it for formal pitches
It is easy to understand and newbie-friendly. Everyone can tell what the provisions on the app are and the work can get started quickly without much need to explain.
Yes. I work remotely and I can bring other employees to my board and learn their views or give them access to participate in 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?