The best chart flows I ever created
March 17, 2022

The best chart flows I ever created

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is really helpful to collaborate on the same work. In our company, for instance, we are currently re-doing all of our processes, and Miro is perfect for creating beautiful chart flows and sending them to colleagues so they can work on them too, and at the same time. It has also been a true help during the home office to do remote brainstorming for instance.
  • Chart flows
  • Easy templates
  • Project management tools
  • The quality of the export (which we must pay to increase it - I don't want to pay to just have better quality)
  • A tool to create infographics would be nice, or board tables
  • Better communication regarding the projects
  • Time gain because editing is easy to do (compared to powerpoint)
If you are speaking of the implementation of Miro in our company, well. I am the only one to use it because my colleagues don't have positions where that kind of tool is required. I have been using it since engineering school, but they are not accustomed to the new generation tools so changing habits might take time.
Super easy, everything is intuitive and logical. It is really a good way to illustrate something with Miro to colleagues who don't understand what you are talking about. But once again, I find it intuitive, but I guess my older colleagues would not think the same thing because we don't have the same education and ways to work.
It has helped us a lot! It allows everyone to express their opinion/ideas on a specific subject. And that's really important because, during "classic" meetings, some people might not dare to express everything they have in mind - but behind a screen, it's easier for them. Most of all, it allows us to keep a board digitally, and not via a picture or anything.

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Miro is much better to create chart flows and tools, thanks to the templates for instance. Everything is thought to help the user go faster during the creation process. On the other hand, we have Canva which allows indeed to create such tools and beautiful ones but you still have to draw everything (the arrows for instance). So that's not practical. There is also PowerPoint, which is powerful and easy to use, but the design can be improved. Miro is the perfect combination of PowerPoint (logics) and Canva (design).
To manage my projects and show my colleagues the whole process and different tools I use to make a decision. The only issue is that they don't really know how to use it, and they find it difficult to navigate on the board with a PC. I also use Notion a lot, and I am able to integrate my boards directly on a page, which is perfect to illustrate something.