Miro, and why it’s so good for creative collaboration

Kovid Bhaduri
2 min readMar 7, 2021

( This post is a part of a larger month-long project to write and sell a book. Check out this landing page to learn more!)

Collaborative creation is changing, and good software is a game-changer. For the past week, I have been working with miro to create an outline for my book along with my co-author, and it’s been a really awesome experience!

Miro, unlike other collaboration software I have seen, does not provide any restriction on your team’s shared workspace. While airtable gives you rows and columns for your primary database, and Notions gives you 1000s of templates to choose from, miro is completely empty. It’s like an expansive whiteboard, where all members of a team can create their own frames, and paste sticky notes as much as they like! Of course, there are also dozens of templates to choose from, but the real advantage to miro comes from its complete free-flowing team page.

As such, miro allows your whiteboard to be as cluttered or as organized as you like.

In my video overview, I explain a use case by using the “pros and cons” template by miro, and then give a brief overview of my personal system to brainstorm ideas for the book.

Happy watching!