Simple way to boost the productivity of remote meetings
October 06, 2021

Simple way to boost the productivity of remote meetings

Michael Bohn | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro across the organization, but especially in marketing functions to work collaboratively in remote meetings and across multiple meetings with users contributing also in between meetings (as a growing document). We use Miro both spontaneously to collaborate in a meeting, or as a base for all contents generated in a project team over a timeframe of days to weeks.
  • Quick to learn, easy to use.
  • Flexible change between following other users/presenters and taking over control of oneself.
  • Push notifications about changes made to a board.
  • Post-it note feel encourages spontaneous contributions.
  • In my experience, it happens frequently that someone trying to merely navigate the board actually moves items around on the board inadvertently.
  • In my opinion, text editing could be easier (more in line with the logic used in other well-known software such as MS Office), which seems rather limited.
  • Significantly improved the productivity of remote meetings.
  • Gets usually quiet co-workers to participate and share their thoughts.
  • Gives a team the sense of creating something together - and the good feeling of having accomplished a result jointly.
This was done by our IT dept., I don't know how hard or easy it was. As a user, it's simple and quick to get started using Miro.
Miro was super-easy to integrate into our meetings.

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Miro is well suited to increase the interactivity of meetings, encourage active contribution rather than passive listening. It's also good as a repository of a project's contents (although obviously limited to smaller, less complex projects), and when team members should or want to contribute to the same content at different times.