Atlassian Stride (discontinued) vs. Miro

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)
Score 4.8 out of 10
N/A
Atlassian has discontinued Stride. Users are being migrated to Slack.N/A
Miro
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
Miro provides a visual workspace for innovation that enables distributed teams of any size to dream, design, and build the future together. Today, Miro counts more than 60 million users in 200,000 organizations who use Miro to improve product development collaboration, to speed up time to market, and to make sure that new products and services deliver on customer needs.
$10
per month per user
Pricing
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)Miro
Editions & Modules
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1. Free - To discover what Miro can do. Always free
$0
2. Starter - Unlimited and private boards with essential features
$8
per month (billed annually) per user
3. Business - Scales collaboration with advanced features and security
$16
per month (billed annually) per user
4. Enterprise - For work across the entire organization, with support, security and control, to scale
contact sales
annual billing per user
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)Miro
Free Trial
YesYes
Free/Freemium Version
YesYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeOptional
Additional DetailsStride Free includes: Unlimited users Unlimited group chat rooms Unlimited direct messaging Built-in collaboration tools (Actions & Decisions) File sharing & 5GB storage 10 apps or bots Message history up to 25K messages Stride Meetings Unlimited 1-1 and group video meetings Desktop, mobile, and phone dial-in access Stride Standard includes: Unlimited users Unlimited group chat rooms Unlimited direct messaging Built-in collaboration tools (Actions & Decisions) Unlimited file sharing & storage Unlimited apps and bots Unlimited message history Stride Meetings Unlimited 1-1 and group video meetings Desktop, mobile, and phone dial-in access Screen sharing Remote desktop control Outbound callsMonthly billing also available at $10 per month for the Starter plan, or $20 for the Business plan.
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Community Pulse
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Top Pros
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Features
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)Miro
Project Management
Comparison of Project Management features of Product A and Product B
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)
8.0
3 Ratings
2% above category average
Miro
-
Ratings
Mobile Access9.02 Ratings00 Ratings
Search6.93 Ratings00 Ratings
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User Ratings
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)Miro
Likelihood to Recommend
4.9
(3 ratings)
9.0
(4583 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
9.1
(100 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
8.1
(72 ratings)
Availability
-
(0 ratings)
8.8
(8 ratings)
Performance
-
(0 ratings)
8.8
(7 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
6.4
(27 ratings)
Online Training
-
(0 ratings)
9.7
(4 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.6
(3296 ratings)
Configurability
-
(0 ratings)
9.8
(3 ratings)
Ease of integration
-
(0 ratings)
7.5
(3643 ratings)
Product Scalability
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(8 ratings)
Vendor post-sale
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Vendor pre-sale
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Atlassian Stride (discontinued)Miro
Likelihood to Recommend
Atlassian
Stride works well for those looking for just a communication tool. However, there are a lot of similar programs out there that offer more interesting features without being overwhelming. The simplicity works for and against Stride. Smaller groups would find Stride useful, especially if they are not concerned with the public rooms
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Miro
It is well suited for product planning, collaboration with stakeholders, and detailed scenarios. However, I don't recommend it for sharing content with executives. You can get lost in there, and it's not the point to keep it so tidy that it's perfectly organized and clear to people who are not as familiar with the content/team.
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Pros
Atlassian
  • Stride is great as a chat tool with your team members online.
  • Stride allows us to share documents and files with one another.
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Miro
  • Exceptional templates help me get started quickly with almost any type of whiteboarding, creating consistency where needed and extreme variety when also needed.
  • Having multiple active users on the same board happens so smoothly. It's easy to get people on the board and updating objects simultaneously without weird conflicts is amazing.
  • The amount of objects & tools Miro provides allows us to create very specific and detailed artifacts.
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Cons
Atlassian
  • Dark theme would be nice
  • Better integrations to 1 on 1 chats, some software only works in group/room chat
  • Platform is going away in a few months, so letting it run longer would be nice.
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Miro
  • The left nav ribbon is not as easy to navigate, and people struggle to navigate it.
  • It would be great if there were true help text when you hover, not just what the item is on the ribbon.
  • Some sort of navigation of the board as new people struggle with How to move on the board and how to not delete others work.
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Likelihood to Renew
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
There is no other tool like Miro for process Mapping in particular. I've tried PowerPoint, Word, and other programs, but when collaborating virtually on how to improve a process, Miro has all of the tools and more to enable successful mapping. The colors, different types of shapes and text books, along with the ability to integrate different documents and other functionality, make it ideal for this purpose. In a virtual world, it's a must-have.
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Usability
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
It's pretty easy to use. My gripes are with some small idiosyncrasies with selection behavior with objects and editing text. When I move an object, it automatically de-selects it when I am not done with it. I have to click to select again. Text control is challenging and could be improved. It could use a little more styling capability. It's also weird that it behaves differently in a shape then when using the text tool.
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Reliability and Availability
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
I only give a 9/10 because of the speed at which it loads. I have never experienced issues with Miro logging me out early, or some other technical issue causing the program to crash, or even it just loading in perpetuity without ever actually coming up (unlike other programs such as SFDC). It take a minute for all of my boards to come up after I click on it in my favorites, but besides that, it's all good.
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Performance
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
I took the loading quickly to be related to availability which I commented on before, so ditto with those comment on load time here. Although to reemphasize, Miro doesn't crash or just refuse to load like some other programs. The weak point of Miro for me is integration of files like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint (especially the later two). When you embed these, it gets slow, and complicated to bring them up while you're in the application.
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Support Rating
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
The support staff at Miro are fantastic. Whenever I have had an issue, they have been timely and helpful with their response. They are also very knowledgeable and go out of their way to not only help, but offer proactive training sessions on different topics and new functionality so everyone can try it out.
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Online Training
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
There was a series of webinars which Miro hosted with our organization that went over the basics, then progressively became more advanced with additional sections. The instructors were knowledgeable, and provided examples throughout the sessions, as well as answered peoples' questions. There was ample time and experience on the calls to cover a range of topics. The instructors were also very friendly and sociable, as well as honest. Of course Miro isn't a "God-tool" that does absolutely everything, but the instructors were aware and emphasized the strengths where Miro had them and sincerely accepted feedback.
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Implementation Rating
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
The Miro team was very collaborative and helpful; I loved that they used the tool to help us implement Miro! With Miro being so easy to use, I love that the implementation team was very flexible with us, assessed where we were with our understanding of the tool, and then adjusted the type of support they provided accordingly.
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Alternatives Considered
Atlassian
Stride falls short in almost every regard. While Stride is affordable, Slack and Ryver offer vital integrations that increase efficiency and are more enjoyable for employees to use. The features of Slack and Ryver that add personalization of chat (private vs. public) also add a layer of efficiency and flexibility that are hard to pass up for the simplicity and affordability of Stride.
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Miro
I used Mural before Miro. I liked that it had quite a few templates, but disliked how ugly things got quickly. the restrictive design system of Miro means that you have to work HARD to make things ugly (though my SOs certainly seem to find a way). We use FigJam for projects that are super UI focused, and it's great when you're pulling apart a UI. and it's whimsical. And its AI tool is pretty fantastic. But it's also harder to get people involved, and the licensing can be annoying.
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Scalability
Atlassian
No answers on this topic
Miro
Miro is great for scaling. In every department and subdivision across my entire organization, there is someone using it. From Sales to marketing, to manufacturing and operations; and even in legal and finance, there isn't a process or a department that is not using Miro, and if they aren't, they're missing out! Even at the highest to the lowest levels of the organization, it is essential for virtual collaboration.
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Return on Investment
Atlassian
  • Stride helps with keeping your email inbox cleaner and more organized. More conversational messages can be done through Stride leaving our emails less cluttered and finding emails easier.
  • Stride assists with keeping a record of all your past conversations with all team members. Referring to previous communications help us keep track of current statuses of projects.
  • Stride helps us keep track of documents we've shared in the past with the team and retrieve them if we need to refer back to them later.
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Miro
  • We're able to collaborate remotely as if we had a big wall with a lot of sticky notes, avoiding costly travel to offsite locations. ($350 per day)
  • Meetings flow more efficiently when we use the timer, helping us to stick to the meeting agenda and avoiding distractions.
  • We can save our work and return to it, without having to refer to a picture of a whiteboard that is hard to read. This saves us from confusion and helps to keep collaboration going.
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ScreenShots

Miro Screenshots

Screenshot of Miro's design sprint templates, used to solve big challenges, create new products or improve existing ones.Screenshot of the Sprint Planning features in Miro, that assists Development Teams in creating a transparent understanding of what can be built and how. Users can run sprints and turn a team into creative and active participants. Today, many organizations use Agile tools to manage software development and other non-IT projects.Screenshot of the PI Planning Template that brings teams toward one vision of what stories to develop. Used to manage a backlog, increase productivity, and build the foundation for a successful PI Planning event. Miro’s PI Planning Template helps to get an overview of any PI Planning event, with step-by-step frames to guide the process.Screenshot of diagrams, concept maps, and system mapping templates used to communicate complex flows and create a shared understanding. Users can check off all the essential steps of the diagramming process and gain a complete overview of operations with Miro's diagramming templates collection.