Miro Miro on the wall - who's the fairest software of them all?
Updated July 11, 2022

Miro Miro on the wall - who's the fairest software of them all?

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We are using Miro across a few departments - Marketing, Healthcare, and IT. It allows us to collaborate, sometimes even for the first time, with others outside of our usual sphere without much ramp-up time. We simply share a public link, and it's essentially a blue sky whiteboard with premade elements that are easy to grasp.
  • Ease of use.
  • Ability to share artifacts.
  • Fun and engaging.
  • Simpler billing and package structure.
  • Improved collaboration.
  • Improved documentation.
  • Reduce churn.
No "implementation" required, all browser-based, and each project can be either a new set up or following a pre-existing template created by yourself, a teammate, or Miro.
There is no integration required for Miro.
Miro had allowed teams that historically performed in silos to come together and collaborate - which was ideal especially once everyone went remote due to COVID-19.

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Miro is well suited for remote teams where everyone is on a computer is ideal. Miro doesn't work as well on mobile, or if screen sharing isn't happening during the meeting. It's awkward when some people are just dialing in from their non-smartphones. And, you need team members who are engaged and open to trying new things and brainstorming. It's essentially a digital whiteboard.