Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We are using Miro internally and for client work for many different needs - from mapping the user flow of the application/product, to understanding user journey and user research results, to running team retros and workshops. Miro is my tool of choice when I need to understand a new topic - it's like drawing on the whiteboard, but better because the capacities go way beyond the physical whiteboard capabilities.
- Map complex diagrams.
- Run a workshop.
- Collaborate with others on a topic.
- Brainstorm alone or in a group.
- More granularity in team roles.
- Loading speed for heavy boards.
- Improved onboarding of new team members on the product thanks to the visual maps we create for each product we work with.
I think Miro takes time to onboard on, but as you get an initial grip of it, it becomes very easy to use and adopt new features.
We are a remote-first company of almost 30 individuals. And we work with clients remotely, with clients located across the world, from California to Australia. Many of our collaborative processes are enabled by Miro.
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- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
There are small differences that eventually pile up and make working with Mural a mediocre experience and working with Miro an enjoyable one. Things that don't work so well in Mural: when you drag shapes around, they lose arrow connections; the size of the board is very limited and that limit wasn't enough for us; no possibility to hyperlink text; very limited abilities to format text; limited selection of shapes.
I genuinely recommend Miro for all kinds of visual work and collaboration - from mapping and diagramming to the workshop and brainstorming to business or fun team meetings. We not only daily use Miro at our company, but also recommend it to our clients to support product management work as well as team collaborations. We have also tried several alternatives, but nothing came close to the experience with Miro.