Review of Miro
Updated July 11, 2022
Review of Miro
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use Miro for two purposes 1. Organize information per-project basis (screenshots, existing design pieces, components, etc) 2. Interactive workshops with other team members (in and outside of my immediate team - 3 - 10+) when we need to make an alignment or ideate
- Collaborating among multiple people (to move objects, draw, add comments)
- Version control (for example, when multiple ppl are on the screen and if I hit control Z, only my edit is deleted)
- Sharing the link
- Access control and permission - I ended up being in three different teams in the same org and it's so confusing which board belongs to which team
- Increased collaboration
- Improved productivity
- Easy to share
The access and permission side of things is confusing to me. I ended up belonging to 4 teams called the same "PwC", this is what it looks like when I click on the team dropdown PwC Enterprise PwC PwC Team PwC Team PwC Team
I haven't really integrated MIro to other applications yet, would love to know the options
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?
I use both - but I use Miro for online collaborations and workshops. I started using Figma for design system-related things, but when I saw Figma's community site, I thought, oh, they offer similar features as Miro. So currently I use Miro but in the future, I might use more Figma. I love Miro for now!
When a coworker is planning a workshop, I'd definitely recommend using Miro to set up the boards in advance and invite people to participate in life
- Online workshops (internal)
- Online workshops (with clients)
- Internal organization
- PwC is a traditional firm so just using Miro was revolutionary for us, having collaborative online workshops are so helpful
- Maybe more flow creation type of activities, people currently do a lot of those in decks and if there's an easy way to create flows in Miro that will be helpful