Love you Miro! There is no substitute.
October 06, 2021

Love you Miro! There is no substitute.

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We are a design firm and we use Miro to host collaborative meetings with our clients, partners, and internal groups. We post plans, images, etc., and then mark them up with client feedback or leave comments/suggestions on certain aspects of the design for each other. We also use Miro as a catch-all place to locate imagery and finish samples or materials for any given project.
  • Leaving Post It notes is easy and when multiple people are working together we can color-code whose comments belong to who.
  • Copying in images is fairly easy and they can be scaled and locked, then drawn over to demonstrate an idea that can't be described well with words.
  • The website runs well, even with 10-15 people all collaborating at the same time and adding content at the same time.
  • It would be great for our purposes to have more editing tools once I have brought a drawing or an image into the board. The ability to crop, scale to a particular dimension, set a scale and measure, etc. The ability to draw complex shapes (not just squares or circles) would be great as well.
  • It would be great if I could copy/paste from multiple different platforms. I end up using the snipping tool often, which just means that the resolution of the image can vary. If I'm working in Adobe InDesign or Bluebeam, it would be great to be able to copy/paste elements into Miro.
  • When I'm working within a board as a guest (we often work with other design firms or clients who might be hosting the board), I can't lock storyboards down. IT MAKES ME CRY.
  • Improves quality of collaboration.
  • Improves clarity of communication of ideas.
Miro was fairly simple to download and start using, and I had a colleague who learned it first then trained the rest of us.
It's much easier than using meeting tools like Microsoft Teams or Zoom alone! We do visual work and we needed a better and more flexible visual tool.

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?


  • Microsoft Teams and Zoom
I'm not aware of anything like Miro. We used to share screens in Microsoft Teams/Zoom and then one person at a time could draw or show imagery. Miro allows all of us to talk to and see the same things at the same time, and most importantly, allows multiple people to draw at the same time.
Bluebeam Revu, Revit, Adobe InDesign
Working internally as a team with my colleagues it's simple, straightforward, and broad enough to do most of what we want (minus the other drawings and measuring tools I mentioned). We love Miro and use it a ton while we're all working remotely. Using Miro to present to clients takes some practice and is a little more tricky because some clients don't like all the zipping around or scrolling in/out on the screen. They're used to a very stable, linear progression in visual presentations like a 'slide deck' or PowerPoint. Maybe Miro could allow you to set up 'viewports' on your board, order them, then go into a different presentation mode that is more linear like a slide deck.