Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I used miro in order to make three presentations for a subject at my university a couple of months ago. I am a second-year computer engineering student at FCT NOVA. I am currently using miro in another subject called data bases. I use miro to draw some diagrams cointaining all the data in my database project. It is nice as I can use it at the same time live with my partners of the project.
I would honestly say that training is only possible by video conference. In my opinion, sometimes the user interface is not completely intuitive. I also realized that sharing is not always so obvious. But overall I like using Miro and I believe that it is a very nice tool to use. Because of it, I was able to improve productivity in my projects.
Some integrations are not so easy to install(zapier, Slack, office 365, jira). The single sign-on does not always seem to work for enterprise accounts. I cannot merge several Miro accounts/logins into one single user interface which creates the need for continuous sign-out/sign-in, and additional time-wasting.
Because of the remote collaboration functionalities, we are able to work more quickly on simultaneous projects where we can use the boards for continuous project status updates. This allows us to be more efficient with our time, engaged, and able to take on additional workloads while working the same number of hours.
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?
Would you buy Miro again?
- MURAL (formerly Mural.ly) and SmartDraw
SmartDraw cloud does not provide much-added value for remote work collaboration. Mural has great brainstorming, team formation, and project management templates but the additional capability of templates provided by the miro verse community creates a much more abundant offer, suiting most of my professional needs, and ability to collaborate across teams.
When you need to draw a diagram and it has to be all pretty and presentable I would not only use but also recommend using miro, especially if the presentation is with a team. I would not use miro if the presentation is simple enough and does not have to be presentable( for example draft).