Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I work in a small marketing department in a fast-moving startup. We all work remotely and need to be able to collaborate quickly and effectively while maintaining a record of decision-making and notes. We use Miro as a team for strategy sessions, collaboration, and brainstorming and I use it individually to work through process flows, problem-solving, and whenever I need to think visually. We've used it for creating timelines, brainstorming on content strategy, outlining plans, and design thinking. Since it works like a whiteboard, I've found there aren't too many limitations.
- Collaboration and organization
- Intuitive space and tools
- Useful templates to kick off spaces
- Great for engaging creatives
- Tracking changes
- Organizing boards
- Help us cut meeting time
- Helps the company organize documentation and reference materials
Miro was already implemented when I started here but I've had no problems getting on board.
Miro is our go-to collaboration tool. We utilize it in most brainstorming and strategy sessions as well as in team offsites.
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Miro is so easy to use that I recommended it to a friend's (extremely not tech-savvy) law firm for planning and strategy. I think it's a great tool for whenever organizing information visually is beneficial––such as planning, design thinking, affinity mapping, and brainstorming.