Miro is a virtual enabler
September 20, 2021

Miro is a virtual enabler

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

As far as I know, Miro is used in a few departments in my organization. It is used to simulate in-person workshops and is an effective way to collaborate working remotely. It solves the problem of not having all meeting participants in the same room and needing an interactive way to collaborate as the meetings progress.
  • Allows simultaneous collaboration.
  • Is a visual tool that is easy to read and zoom into.
  • It is intuitive and easy to use.
  • Boards can be replicated, optimizing time.
  • Changes can be traced to specific authors.
  • I find selecting multiple objects very challenging.
  • The tables feature is also not too friendly, the text is too small while the table takes up too much space.
  • I also feel that the margins in the shapes and post-it notes are too big, they take up too much space.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Real-life simulation of workshop formats.
  • Increased efficiency in meetings.
As it is super intuitive and easy to use, I believe it was fairly easy to implement. I didn't really participate in this stage, as I'm just a user.
I believe the exporting features could be improved, in order to be able to integrate the work done in Miro with PowerPoint, for example. However, as the platform is super intuitive and easy to use, the integration overall was good.
In the pandemic, our whole company worked remotely, and Miro definitely made collaborating easier. We had workshops that I honestly don't know how it would have gone if we had not used the tool. I believe Miro is also super-inclusive, as anyone in the meeting can put down ideas and have a voice, whereas, in traditional in-person meetings, this may be more challenging for professionals who are not as comfortable sharing their opinions.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


I used Jamboard a few times, and it has similar features as Miro, although not as user-friendly and has fewer features. However, it is free, which is a bonus.
Miro is well suited in simulating workshops, voting on ideas in design sprints, and helping to monitor specific plans and KPIs. It is less useful when workshops are held in person, as physical tools are mostly used. It is also not too useful to substitute PowerPoint presentations or Word documents.