Miro Review- The Collaborative Whiteboard for Remote Teams

1. Online Whiteboard: A Miro Review

  1. Infinite Canvas
  2. Custom template
  3. Screen sharing presentations
  4. Wireframing
  5. Mindmap
  6. Video conferencing

2. Miro — A Company Overview

3. What is being said about Miro?

3.1 Infinite Canvas

What it lets users do

How to get started

Features the canvas syncs with

What we liked about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.2 Custom templating

What it lets users do

How to get started

Features the Template syncs with

What we liked about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.3 Screen sharing presentations

What it lets users do

How to get started on it

Features screen sharing syncs with

What we liked about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.4 Wireframing

What it lets users do

How to get started

Features wireframing syncs with

What we liked about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.5 Mindmaps

What it lets users do

How to get started on it

Features Mindmaps sync with

What we liked about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.6 Video Conferencing

What it lets users do

Features video conferencing syncs with

What we like about it

What we didn’t like about it

3.7 Agile Workflows

What it lets users do

Features agile workflows sync with

What we like about it

What we didn’t like about it

4. Verdict

5. Conclusion

Aakash is the Founder and Lead writer for Sorry, I was on Mute. Read all about the remote work tribe and growth of teleworking at https://www.sorryonmute.com/

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Aakash Gupta

Aakash Gupta

Aakash is the Founder and Lead writer for Sorry, I was on Mute. Read all about the remote work tribe and growth of teleworking at https://www.sorryonmute.com/

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