Neuroimaging is a field that benefits from distributed computing infrastructures (DCIs) to perform data processing and analysis, which is often achieved using Grid workflow systems. Collaborative research in neuroimaging requires ways to facilitate exchange between different groups, in particular to enable sharing, re-use and interoperability of applications implemented as workflows. The SHIWA project provides solutions to facilitate sharing and exchange of workflows between workflow systems and DCI resources. In this paper we present and analyse how the SHIWA Platform was used to implement various cases in which workflow exchange supports collaboration in neuroscience. The SHIWA Platform and the implemented solutions are described and analysed from a “user” perspective, in this case workflow developers and neuroscientists. We conclude that the platform in its current form is valuable for these cases, and we identify remaining challenges.