Miro makes it easy for team members to collaborate in a very visual and intuitive way
September 21, 2021

Miro makes it easy for team members to collaborate in a very visual and intuitive way

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is mainly used by the product team, UX team to work on a roadmap, design new features, and work collaboratively on new topics for our SaaS solution. It is mainly used by product managers and UX designers to trigger conversations around topics that involve many use cases. We use it during Microsoft Teams sessions to collect feedback from many users and adjust easily tiles for our project.
  • Work on a matrix of priorities.
  • Gather feedback and suggestions from many users.
  • Manage multiple long flowcharts.
  • Mix tables, text, and screenshots for a very global review.
  • The switch from the cursor to select to the hand to move could be easier.
  • The management of the zoom-in.
  • Have more options for colors and fonts easily accessible.
  • We manage to wrap meeting sessions in 30 minutes instead of 45 minutes before.
  • People spend less time opening and closing documents of the same project as everything is gathered in Miro (about 10 minutes saved per Miro board per user).
  • It has many uses so we do not need to invest in other solutions that are an extra cost (e.g. Roadmap builder etc...)
The very beginning of implementing Miro can be quite disturbing as we need to re-think a bit the way we use it compared to more traditional solutions such as Excel or PowerPoint. Once the first sessions are done and we grasp the concept, it is very easy and intuitive to use. It might just be good to get some "encouragement" ? during the first sessions of a new user on Miro.
Quite easy to integrate: just requires spending a bit more time on it at the very beginning to understand how the product works and how to integrate it best (it's not obvious at first).
Miro's online whiteboard just made everyone part of a project. Before, there was someone writing for everyone so some people felt left outside of the conversations. Now, with Miro, everybody has to participate so the people feel heard. It's just really nice and colorful visually so it makes things nicer for people to work on a project.

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Work in collaboration to design efficiently new features, processes or gather feedback from multiple stakeholders. Miro makes things very visual and easy to grasp so we can get more attention from the participants of a meeting.