Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro to set up all of the design white boarding that we used to do physically in the office--research mood boards, brainstorming, passing line plans, and final sketch presentations. We also use it with outside teams to communicate and track development.
- Real-time interactions, following others' boards, and leaving notes for the team to follow up on.
- Alignment features make it easy to set up presentations very quickly.
- The drawing tools are easy to use and understand.
- It's very intuitive; I watched none of the instruction videos and understand most of the features.
- Image editing--the rotate tool is confusing; I wish I could mirror. And I wish I could make everything the same size quickly for uniform presentations. Right now I'm pulling things in and out of Illustrator to make simple updates.
- I have said this every time I've gotten a survey but we need 11x17 boards.
- Too many email alerts. I wish there was a way to only send urgent things to email.
I think training went well and it's very intuitive. The videos I have watched are great.
We were using Illustrator for this before--our files were too big, lagged, and often got corrupted. Not to mention users were constantly saving over each other's work. We would have had to make working files vs presentations. Miro has pretty much eliminated these issues as well as opening up our boards to other teams who do not have the expensive Adobe license, like our production team and buyers so we can collaborate earlier in the process.
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?
I think Miro is the best collaborative whiteboard space. I advocated for it, and would again. I did a detailed breakdown against Illustrator in my last comments. Illustrator is still my favorite but it's just not collaborative. Get me more photo editing features, please.