Miro is great for collaboration
September 29, 2021

Miro is great for collaboration

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is being used across multiple teams in our practice to aid collaboration while we've been working remotely. It's been an incredibly valuable tool during this time, and we will continue to use it when we return to the office.
  • Workshops (sticky notes, arrows, mind-maps, emoji reactions, etc.)
  • Wireframing sessions - great, simple library of wireframing resources.
  • File imports - you can easily drag in any common file type and start adding notes to it.
  • Process flows.
  • Interactive buttons - I'd love to be able to add buttons that will trigger states in other objects. e.g., drag in a button, assign the object states it will trigger, use it to highlight a certain group of sticky notes, or use it for basic wireframing functions.
  • PDF import will sometimes mess up the formatting of the PDF.
  • Miro has proven to be incredibly valuable when it comes to aligning our teams. We use the app to coordinate and collaborate on our roadmaps for the year ahead, discuss risks and actions, and discuss lessons learned.
  • Miro has helped speed up our product development process. The wireframing sessions have replaced long-winded rounds of wireframing in design software, followed by multiple rounds of email responses and tweaks. We can now all get together in one place and have productive creative sessions.
I think it's really well implemented and has a ton of features compared to other whiteboards/collaboration apps. The templates are also incredibly useful and support a number of different use cases, from brainstorming sessions to agile planning and retrospectives to process mapping.
I didn't implement Miro for our practice, but from a user perspective, I simply logged in, and it knew what team I was part of, and I could immediately access all the boards I needed.
Miro has saved our meetings during this remote working period; I feel that we'll be less productive when we're back in the office and have to use a traditional, physical whiteboard.

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I found Miro a lot easier to use. It just performed as expected. Everything about the interface, keyboard commands, and resources felt natural; there was no long learning process.
I love using Miro for product development or web design projects. You can drag in existing images of prototypes so users can collaboratively add sticky notes or drawings, or you can use the wireframe library to mockup ideas.