Workshopping using online tools

Working remotely will most probably continue to be a thing post-Corona in different forms and extent.

Aside from using digital meeting tools such as Zoom, Teams, Skype and so on, there is a need to find and use helpful tools for brain-storming and workshop execution.

Two tools I have tested for ideation and workshops, which are more or less identical, are Mural and Miro.  

The one I have used more extensively with my own projects and client projects is the Miro board.

The way these tools work is that you ideate the same way you do in real life when executing a workshop – using a white board and post-its. You can choose from a set of pre-made and populated templates, or start from scratch and design your own dashboard and flow.

Image from miro.com

There is also a time-tracking function, if you need to keep close track of time when working with larger groups or a tight time-line.

Which digital tools do you use for online brain storming and workshops?