Whiteboard collab on a new level
September 17, 2021

Whiteboard collab on a new level

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is used throughout our business unit, as a visual aid for Sprint Reviews and general meetings. It's a great tool to engage the participants with small tasks (create post-its on the graphic, add ideas, give shout-outs) that make the meeting a bit more fun and "physical", even in a virtual environment. This is extremely useful, as our team formed around the start of the pandemic, and Miro provides a sort of playground for us to interact. It seems like a small thing, but seeing the cursor of my colleagues with their names on it hover over the current slide, busy creating the newest post-it or drawing makes me feel closer to them, and involved in the flow. Another handy feature is that we can go back and see the results of previous dealings. The meeting organizer can create roadmaps that control the flow of the event, upcoming steps can be hidden to avoid distractions. I only started using Miro in this team, I am certain I will recommend it in my future projects as an invaluable tool of the interactive presentation.
  • Collaboration.
  • Interactive and engaging visuals.
  • Intuitive interface.
  • Performance.
  • A personal design board would be nice, separate from the main board.
  • Improved engagement in meeting sessions.
  • Boosts creativity in brainstorming.
Performance can suffer as the boards grow to a certain size, or when you have a large number of elements.
As a team that formed around the start of the pandemic, we never had a chance to meet up. Miro provides the experience that is closest so far to an actual workshop, where we can not only share in a common whiteboard but can influence basically any part of it.

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We used a shared Google Sheets workbook to achieve a similar experience we have with Miro. Needless to say, this is very limited in both capabilities, toolset, and ease of use.
Enables creative and collaborative sessions for small teams. For groups larger than 30, it can get a bit crowded, but that depends on the use case. Definitely an invaluable tool for remote work and brainstorming sessions. Most useful for outlining plans, or working on isolated parts of a larger development plan.