Great collaborative tool
September 29, 2021

Great collaborative tool

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Primarily Miro is used by the creative departments for collaborative working and planning. From mood boards and storytelling inspiration to plotting out key messages and deliverables across channels, and how key tasks/creative execution will be achieved. Boards are then shared across wider teams for further collaboration and sharing information, and referred back to during creative execution as a plan to follow.
  • Collaborative working.
  • Tickets and tagging users into certain areas.
  • User friendly and very intuitive.
  • PDFing of large boards is very temperamental.
  • Organization & reordering of frame list to feed presentation mode is hard to use—would be great to be able to select and move multiple frames at once. Especially on large boards with many many frames.
  • Improved collaborative working remotely.
  • Faster for some projects due to collaboration across teams.
I joined the system as my company was already using it in other teams, so it was already implemented.
Really user-friendly and intuitive system to use. Lots of tips and tricks pop up from Miro as you're using it and plenty of resources and help to tap into.
It was a great impact during Covid when everyone was working from home. It was a key development for certain projects/workstreams in new ways of working collaboratively remotely.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

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Would you buy Miro again?


It's great for collaborating across multiple teams, getting engagement from lots of people at once, and everyone being able to add notes or images to a board at once. Being able to link to multiple different sources—Google Docs, other Miro boards, etc. is great. It's less appropriate for anything where there are multiple frames and a crucial need to PDF it at the end. Image-heavy boards struggle to export successfully and being able to order the frames into the correct page order is currently tricky and time-consuming when you have a lot of frames.