Miro for management and scrum activities
October 06, 2021

Miro for management and scrum activities

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Usually, my department uses it for planning each sprint and organizing thoughts and products. Each day we open our Miro to assign people to their tasks. I think Miro is really great, it's a complete tool. The only thing that sometimes bothers me is that it's too slow to open, but I understand that's something that might not be improvable since the performance issue is balanced with the good quality. That's the only problem I see.
  • Resizable images and objects.
  • Easy to use.
  • Have great features about group meetings, like voting and music.
  • A pattern for components, For example, I always want to make a square of that size and positioning.
  • Choose to load only a specific part of the board, like lazy loading. I only have to load where I'm seeing.
  • Improved understanding of complicated metrics on OKRs.
  • Better planning.
  • It helps us make a decision as a group of people.
The only issue I see is about performance. Some of the people don't have a good computer to use Miro, and my boss has his computer freeze a couple of times after he enters on Miro. I really think it could have a kind of lazy loading implementation to help with performance.
I think it's really great, and I don't have any problem with it, neither do my colleagues.

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I guess the only products that I know like Miro are Figma and Notion. I still think that for product planning, scrum, and technologies activities as a team, Miro is the best choice. The notion is good for small products and personal use, and Figma is more for drawing and prototyping. For management, Miro is the best.
Usually, I see people using Miro for three scenarios that I think it suits well:
- Daily Planning: my team plans our day through Miro
- Scrum Activities
- Product Review and OKRs: We can easily do an OKR pyramid with Miro, and use stickers and annotations. It's very clear and beautiful, which helps make us understand the metrics of a product better.