An eye-popping application, suitable for various platforms, that enables the creation of gorgeous organizational structures for you and your teammates
Miro is a super-affordable solution for designers, teams of creatives, and even individual users who want to generate the most organized and beautifully-styled structures and mind maps.
An overwhelming amount of cool resources, options, and features
Miro is first and foremost a multi-platform service. The added benefit of this? You can use it on Windows OS and macOS, on desktops, and you can also install it on your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. This offers a great deal of accessibility and is perfect for busy people who are always on the go.
For example, this application allows you to create your individual templates and boards, choose, generate, and customize team boards and organizational structures, and share your ideas live, in video chat calls. The tool’s embedded video conferencing option is brilliant and makes this service truly stand out. Not only you can have an amazingly creative and customizable environment, but you are also given the possibility to share your ideas and brainstorm with others, without ever leaving the creative space.
Create your action plans, customize development strategies, make prioritization models, and more
The tool’s flexible and extremely-customizable working setup offers unlimited possibilities when it comes to how you choose to arrange your data. The program has a cool interface, and it allows adding different containers, duplicate certain portions of the arrangement, copy and paste patterns, export to CSV or Excel your tables, and generate complex branching models.
With Miro, a tool with a solid architecture and great integration features (thanks to its API model), you should be able to visually represent almost any idea you have. You can draw things and add annotations, connect the main points of interest on a given organizational structure, make your task lists, and even create calendars and laborious charts/tables.
In conclusion, the tool helps you represent meeting structures, hierarchical models, strategy and planning methodologies, Agile workflows, and building-block correlations.