Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro makes the difference. I present and train on a weekly basis. Whether that's too small groups of 5 people or auditoriums of 500. I'm always looking for ways to improve what I do and how I deliver. Miro has become a key tool for me to make an impact. I use Miro constantly to improve the quality of the delegate experience. Miro is intuitive and needs very little instruction. Participants in my sessions need very little help before they start diving in and creating. They just 'get it. Miro boards are an amazing way for groups to collaborate, share and innovate. Miro is flexible and enjoyable to use. You can add, remove and edit the content so quickly and easily. It facilitates group dialogue and interaction and encourages even the quietest person to contribute. I now use Miro throughout my working week. It's become an essential part of what I do. I couldn't work the way I do without it.
- Halved the time to create group plans
- Increased delegate satisfaction with training courses by 10%
- Created some confusion if ideas lost within a board
More use of training videos perhaps. More examples and case studies from other applications and businesses using Miro.
I've not really used integrations with Miro.
I don't tend to use it for multiple projects or across multiple locations.
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?
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?
Works well for group work and training. Good for collaboration and team inclusion. Not so good for general brainstorming because boards can become too unwieldy. Thoughts and ideas can get lost aboard.