Overall Satisfaction with Miro
In our team, the product development process is implemented using the SCRUM framework. Miro tends to lag with more than 10 users. I also taught software development and used Miro for presenting the material and giving exercises. People would match elements, drag, and drop, complete sticky notes, etc. We use Miro to get to know new team members - we have a Miro board for team members, their likes, user manuals, ways of working. We do retrospective meetings (using Liberating Structures), understand the codebase and requirements. Miro allows us to have async meetings where people can express themselves simultaneously. We have all the retros on one board, requirement analysis on another, team get-to-know on yet another.
- Interact ability - can have many people working on the same thign at once
- Good pricing model - enough features to try fro free
- Map of all that has been made on it - so many elements, but can zoom in and out for infinity and doesn't lag so much
- Can lock some elements, keep others loose.
- Some lag issues with more users
- Images sometimes fail to be pasted
- There should be an option to skip all the tutorials.
- Fun retrospectives
- Fluent analysis of requirements
- Easier communication
It's a top tool. I love it
I haven't spent more than 1 minute explaining how Miro works to those who use it for the first time. Šone explanation is needed though.
Easier communication, collab during retros, getting to know people, requirements gathering, teaching, learning.
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Well suited for presenting lesson material, exercises. Good for scribing in meetings. Good for drawing diagrams for requirements analysis due to its ability to support multiple people. Great for teaching children due to interactivity. Emojis are especially funny. Can be applied in every collab, really as long as it isn't overly crowded. Not very suited for hundreds of concurrent edits.