Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I just started using Miro at Southwest Airlines for the first time and it's a great project planning tool. We use it to layout our sprints for the next several weeks / PI, and drag storycards into respective sprints, then we use it for agile poker to adjust the points on each task. We also utilize it for retro in order to gather the team's feedback, and I use it for diagraming and showing breakouts of our code.
- Agile Poker
- PI Planning and Sprint Planning
- UI Diagramming
- Creative Thinking and the ability to brainstorm
- Visualizing planning
- When multiple users are using the same board for different sprint planning at the same time and one team runs a poker session
- Maybe having boards that serve a particular purpose or block off sections for a particular purpose (planning, diagramming, retro, etc)
- it's made visualizing results much better based on planning
- easier to represent to the business planning and results
- Great tool for getting the point across
I think the implementation is spot on for our use in IT and development. It would be great to have some of the other integration that Atlassian has in their tools but I'm not sure how it would be integrated into the Miro product (such as code repos) but building out tasks and having them visualized in Miro is cool.
We all jump in and give feedback relatively easily. It’s great for retros and planning
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I have been thoroughly impressed with Miro since I started using it. I'm used to using Confluence and Atlassian products to handle planning and this tool makes it so much better it can all be contained in one space with the ability to document ideas, draw out scenarios, visualize to others what you're thinking, etc. It's a great tool.