Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro for smaller cases like meeting minutes, interactive brainstorming sessions, and larger multiple-day creative workshops. The ability to interact, add, rearrange and combine information together and remotely makes for a much smaller barrier to enter information compared to tools like Wikis. It also replaced most PowerPoint presentation since it is so easy to move from frame to frame while sharing a screen and the ability to layout with a bit less fidelity really speed up the creation of slides.
- The whiteboard aesthetic allows people to focus on content and ideas not layout
- Allow many people to work on the same document
- Add almost anything to the board
- Awesome tools and extensions like Unsplash are available
- Miro needs a lot of system resources especially on larger boards
- People tend to mess up the scale of the board by start creating at 10%. A visual indicator would be helpful to avoid this.
- Allows teams to work remotely
- Wide range of use cases covered
- Allows working with externals without a subscription
The wide range of Team and Enterprise plans allowed our IT department the implementation without any hassle including migrating from a smaller plan to Enterprise.
Definitely - it's our most used app team for collaboration among teams. It helps to bridge the geographical and even organizational distance. We have seen people using it while being in the same meeting room just because it's so comfortable to use.
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Since MIRO is agnostic of your GSuite and Office365 environment (but integrates well with them) it was our number one choice.
Miro is the perfect digital whiteboard for teams and individuals using a personal computer. While the learning curve might be a bit more on the challenging side for users not familiar with similar solutions Miro makes more than up for it with its incredible amount of different features and overall reliability. For users looking to use specialized hardware whiteboards or touchscreen devices (Jamboards and such), I would recommend making sure that it integrates well. Users starting out with smaller plans and migrating to the enterprise account later should not face any issues in migrating their existing boards.