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Miro

Overview

What is Miro?

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard for cross-functional teams, boasting over 20 million product managers, project managers, Agile coaches, developers, and other team members around the world as users of Miro to collaborate, brainstorm, and visualize ideas.
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Collaboration

It made our lives easier. Even if we would be at the office, probably I would prefer to use Miro instead of a real whiteboard.
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Collaboration

There are many projects that suffered with communication and collaboration because the team members were not physically collocated. A lot of the interactions were through emails, PowerPoint slides, Excel spreadsheets, etc. Attempts to have a meeting with remote members introduced a lot of …
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Collaboration

It made it much easier. Especially small, remote projects became possible due to Miro. Without such a tool it would not have been that easy and way less fun.
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Collaboration

At my company, we have multiple offices around the world and this has been used for presentations, monthly reviews, Annual reviews and it allows for anyone to join from anywhere in the world, and this is so easy. With the multiple templates and activities, there are also templates for icebreakers, …
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Collaboration

easy to collaborate on new projects as team members can quickly share ideas in a single space. the ability to time box discussions using the onscreen timer really helps keep our agile ceremonies focused. for members new to the team, having training materials created in a visually appealing manner …
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Collaboration

Our team used to plan and execute design thinking workshops in a physical space. Miro was the tool that allowed our team to continue our services with minimal impact; it just required a shift on our side to translate our in-person activities to more virtual ones. The best feedback we had gotten …
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Collaboration

Miro has improved our collaboration ability, not only for those of us working remotely, because its real-time updates let the other members see what each person is working on. The comment feature helps provide feedback, which keeps track of what suggestions have been made. Just a few more features …
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Collaboration

Miro seems to function well, even with a large number of people collaborating, whether remotely or from multiple locations. Licensing tiers and usage restrictions make working with partners from other organizations needlessly confusing.
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Collaboration

In the past two years, most of the sessions have been online. So Miro is fulfilling an important role in facilitating interactive sessions.
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Collaboration

Miro has positively influenced our collaboration with colleagues; it gives you the feeling of managing a task or project as a team which strengthens the team spirit and empowers people. Moreover, it also stimulates the flow of ideas and promotes creativity. We use it in our agency across different …
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Collaboration

I work in an international environment where my closest colleagues aren't in the same location as me. Having Miro has brought us even closer. Being able to be all in the same virtual room, everyone being able to see the same whiteboard and follow on the topic discussed really keeps the team's …
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Collaboration

It was the main thing why we used miro. As most of the companies during lockdown worked from home, it served as a great tool for collaboration and avoiding confusion and reducing time spent on courses when learning or as well reduced hours spent being stuck on certain issues as it helped visualize …
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Collaboration

It's been really good. Teams can give feedback in their own time, and everyone loves a good picture, so they are encouraged to get on there and comment. There have been tricky access issues, and being restricted to just comments isn't great. But all in all, it's improved my collaborative …
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Collaboration

It has greatly benefited our team's ability to collaborate remotely. However, I wish it's easier to give others permission and access to my boards.
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Collaboration

Since our company works globally and we collaborate with many offices around the globe, it creates an easy way to show ideas and explain things.
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Collaboration

We're working from multiple locations on multiple continents. At each location, we have workers at home and in the office. Miro helps us visualize our work and planning.
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Collaboration

It's easier to add feedback than before, as everybody can just do it at the same time, and it's viewed by everyone.
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Collaboration

My company completely works from home/has a remote working setting. So, collaborating with the team online can become a bit tricky, but we overcame the struggle with Miro integration. With multiple whiteboards, client boards, we could easily divide the team within the tool and collaborate and …
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Collaboration

Miro has really helped in supporting remote and hybrid working. Having the ability to brainstorm, plan and manage tasks & projects has been invaluable. Having the ability to make some of this work light-hearted with quizzes, votes, and countdowns has really helped the team connect, even when …
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Collaboration

Easy collaboration is one of Miro's strongest features, and I have found it useful both in an office and remote context.
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Collaboration

It is one of the biggest value propositions, and I think it delivered really well on it. The new features that are being added iteratively also have been great. Anything from timer, ability to bring people to you, ability to "close" some board for viewers, etc.
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Collaboration

It reduced my time to explain in detail without any real-time diagram tool and keep as one version within or outside teams.
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Collaboration

It makes it easier to onboard new team members, keeps track of decisions, agreements, and to-do's so progress is easier, and enables productivity tracking through the kanban boards and Gantt charts that can be found on the templates that are already precharged on Miro, the other advantage is that …
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Collaboration

It has been very useful, like I said before with everyone working from home it has meant across team collaboration has not required colleagues to all be in the office or one location.
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Video Reviews

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How Miro Benefits Both Teachers and Students in Remote Environments
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How Miro Brings Creative Thinking to New Spaces During the Pandemic
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Improve Remote Team Collaboration: A Miro Online Whiteboard Review
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Pricing

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Entry-level set up fee?

  • Setup fee optionalOptional
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://miro.com/pricing

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $12 per month per user
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Product Demos

How to Use Stickies Capture
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Introducing Miro Live Embed
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Why global teams love Miro
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Visually Collaborate with Miro
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Product Details

What is Miro?

Miro is an online whiteboard platform for distributed team collaboration.

The platform’s infinite canvas is designed to enable its more than 20M users to lead engaging workshops and meetings, design products, and brainstorm ideas. Miro was founded by Andrey Khusid and Oleg Shardin in 2011 as RealtimeBoard and rebranded as Miro in 2019.

Miro is global, with eleven hubs in cities around the world, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, New York City, Amsterdam, Perm, Berlin, Munich, London, Tokyo, and Sydney.

Miro Features

  • Supported: Drawing
  • Supported: Marker Colors
  • Supported: Mind Mapping
  • Supported: Templates
  • Supported: Drag-and-Drop
  • Supported: Voting
  • Supported: Commenting
  • Supported: CMS Integrations
  • Supported: Sharing
  • Supported: In-Browser
  • Supported: Desktop App
  • Supported: Mobile App
  • Supported: Collaborative Editing
  • Supported: Task Management
  • Supported: Notes and Comments
  • Supported: Styles and Themes
  • Supported: Image Import
  • Supported: Custom Icons
  • Supported: File Formats
  • Supported: Cloud Storage Integration
  • Supported: Mobile Application
  • Supported: Desktop Availability
  • Supported: Status Updates
  • Supported: Instant Messaging
  • Supported: Activity Feed
  • Supported: Notifications
  • Supported: Comments and Voting
  • Supported: Discussions
  • Supported: User Directory
  • Supported: Online Status of Coworkers
  • Supported: File Sharing
  • Supported: Document Collaboration
  • Supported: Version Control
  • Supported: Tagging
  • Supported: Knowledge Base
  • Supported: Surveys
  • Supported: Task Management
  • Supported: Calendar
  • Supported: Search
  • Supported: Mobile
  • Supported: Multi-Language Support
  • Supported: Moderation
  • Supported: User, Role, and Access Management
  • Supported: Performance and Reliability
  • Supported: Integrated Communications
  • Supported: Native Communications
  • Supported: Board Overview
  • Supported: Screen Sharing
  • Supported: Pre-made Templates
  • Supported: Custom Templates
  • Supported: Required Hardware
  • Supported: Bring Your Own Device
  • Supported: Permissions
  • Supported: Permissions

Miro Screenshots

Screenshot of Brainstorm together and visualize ideas at the speed of inspiration.Screenshot of From ideation to prototype, support the end-to-end design thinking process in one infinite space.Screenshot of Run effective, online project planning sessions and keep teams moving in the same direction.Screenshot of Supercharge your agile process with collaborative retrospectives, sprint planning, and huddle boards.Screenshot of Explain complex processes and systems with visual mapping and diagramming.Screenshot of Make your team workshops smooth, save time, and find patterns and insights easily.

Miro Videos

How to Use Stickies Capture: Lots of ideas means lots and lots of stickies — but how can they be captured all in place? The Miro app to take a screenshot of stickies to keep and share.
Introducing Miro Live Embed: Live embeds and work on Miro boards in a wide variety of applications. Miro's Live embed APIs enable anyone to bring a fully editable Miro board into their core user experience.
Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) is a visual collaboration platform for thinkers, builders and doers. Miro helps cross-functional teams of marketers, designers, product managers and engineers ideate, design think, and collaborate to bring some of the world’s most innovative products to market, faster.
Visually Collaborate with Miro: Teamwork needs an upgrade. This quick intro to Miro shows how to visually collaborate as a team — and to make everyone feel as though they are in the same room even while far apart.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard for cross-functional teams, boasting over 20 million product managers, project managers, Agile coaches, developers, and other team members around the world as users of Miro to collaborate, brainstorm, and visualize ideas.

Miro starts at $12.

MURAL, InVision, and Lucidspark are common alternatives for Miro.

Reviewers rate Implementation Rating highest, with a score of 8.5.

The most common users of Miro are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Comparisons

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Reviews

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Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is an excellent collaboration tool that has replaced our everyday dependency on physical "whiteboards" or clumsy replacements to support a large global team that grew during the pandemic to have even more remote members that we ever had before the pandemic. Miro enables anyone to quickly create a board and start a conversation with anyone in the world and collaborate immediately without any special setup or configuration. The access to an infinite canvas that you can zoom and pan in any way possible supports participation from many members and even multiple conversations.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I think Miro is very good for remote workshops. The simplicity and design of standard templates makes it extremely easy to build good looking and functional boards for interactive remote workshops. Further, it is well suited for lean task tracking or even individual notes to stay on top of things.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I think that for any company is very useful. You can interact with colleagues at any moment of the day, add comments, review the changes made by that person and gather all your information on the board. I have never had the issue that I no longer have space within a board (I don't even know if that is actually possible). If you are the owner of the license, it allows you to fully organize and create teams and projects to organize where each board should go and it's easier for anyone.

Also, it allows you to download flowcharts or templates and share it/export it into multiple different formats, which for me are the most useful ones, which is also a great benefit. You no longer need to use a different program or learn something new and invest more time in it.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We do a lot of workshopping in order to problem-solve both internally and externally. We have found it to be incredibly helpful in planning a facilitating those sessions. We have found that when we are working with large groups, we tend to capture notes on behalf of attendees rather than allow them to access the boards to avoid potential learning curves that might exist with the tool.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
This is a great product that improves project understanding. It is great for activities, games, etc. You can use this to ideate with sticky notes and cards. These can also be customized in terms of color and shape, which is great if you are trying to differentiate what you are trying to convey.
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is pretty well suited to group modeling exercises and as an asynchronous collaboration tool. The issues with it constantly dropping features that are relied upon, as well as shifting features and functionality between several confusing licensing tiers, make this product difficult to recommend, even if it is overall a good product.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I really enjoy using Miro for workshops, brainstorming, and review sessions. Especially when collaborating with a large team, it helps to structure thoughts, ideas, and wishes as well as to visualize connections/correlations. There are plenty of helpful tools to structure and facilitate meetings (e.g., votings, timers). All in all, it is a wonderful tool that allows collaborative and creative work - even in times of remote work.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is a great tool for engaging better during meetings. The graphic material supports really brings it to another level when putting your point(s) across for the other side to be able to understand you better, align, agree, and in the end, be able to reach your output. Having the visuals straight away captures the attention of your stakeholders and brings them into the topic in an "entertaining" way. It also saves time from explaining a topic multiple times if they can't see the info on the screen. Miro has basic tables, but I wouldn't recommend it for intense data analysis (excel with formulas, graphs, etc., would be more suited)
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
When you have a certain set of problems that can be visualized and tackled, it helps people a lot to see it on a whiteboard and decide how to solve those problems with Miros visualizing help. It is less appropriate when a lot of people use it at one time; it defeats the purpose and lags a lot.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is awesome, but it runs the risk of being too messy or disorganized. It is a good idea to lay down some organizing principles to help people in your team create a sensible layout on the boards that everyone can follow.
November 27, 2022

Great working tool.

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
For me, it's ideal for the initial phases of any project. Letting everyone drop his ideas easily. I can't think of a scenario where Miro won't be helpful. I think it's just a matter of learning how to use the tool very well.
November 27, 2022

Miro review.

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Brainstorm ideas and quick edits on an existing board with categories. The bigger the board is, the less easy it is to read it in a way that is understandable, for example, explaining a whole concept or a detailed view of a feature.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Being an Ambassador, MIRO plays an important role as it helps to communicate a project in a much simpler way to the internal team. The entire team can collaborate, share ideas, and iterate in one single place without the need to jump on countless calls. So, the tool helps in saving time. I have been using Miro you make mapping for website flow, user experience charts, and much more.
November 27, 2022

Hybrid superstar.

Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is used in my organisation in a number of ways. Miro has really helped in supporting remote and hybrid working. Having the ability to brainstorm, plan and manage tasks & projects has been invaluable. Having the ability to make some of this work light hearted with quizzes, votes and countdowns has really helped the team connect, even when working remotely. We are constantly finding new ways of being able to integrate Miro into our ways of working such as retro's and presentations has been great.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Most suited for work environments that undergo rapid iteration and are sprint based. Good for dynamic start-up-based businesses rather than larger, more established companies. The good starting point for sketching out initial ideas before moving to more heavyweight software. Less suited for keeping track of tasks/organization. Trello, Monday, or notion would all be better suited for this.
November 27, 2022

Great production

Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I think it is Well suited: 1. real-time collaboration when you have meetings 2. document diagram, including architecture diagram, process diagram, etc. 3. Miro, can replace any desktop version tools such as Visio to make it online and share right away. I don't recommend Miro to be used as a tool to show sprint meetings, such as designing an agile board in Miro.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Miro is great for collaborating and keeping track of decisions, agreements, scope, and tasks; it is not a database that will store records and keep track of historical data unless you create multiple boards to keep track of it. Miro is a visual way to present plans, enables people to collaborate regardless of where they are based, and has a user-friendly approach that is very intuitive.
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