Miro: a powerful tool to brain storm ideas from the distance
October 06, 2021

Miro: a powerful tool to brain storm ideas from the distance

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro when we do our Risk and Opportunity reviews about mining and production plans. It is an easy way to make people give their opinion in a short period of time and it is very easy to review later. Miro is used across different departments across the organization. It is a very good tool.
  • Easy to sign in with company mail.
  • Easy for people to learn how to use it.
  • A good tool for remote working.
  • Export to Office format.
  • Pre-made formats ready to use (like calendars).
  • No webcam option.
  • Reduce time spent on making agreements.
  • Quick to gather people togther.
  • Free to use (cost).
Miro is very well implemented because it is easy to use for a variety of users of different ages. It is easy to set up and has a lot of customization tools to make your whiteboard a great experience for everyone. It is great for brainstorming and getting ideas together.
Miro is very easy to use from any computer or cellphone, so you can use it anywhere. It is browser friendly so you do not need to download an App. This is very important in an organization where you can not install programs on your own like the one I work at.
Miro online whiteboards have been very useful across the organization because we have a place to gather together and share ideas in a simple space, just like you were in the same meeting room. We can get to the point of the meeting really fast and leave a record of what we talked about.

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Miro is very well suited when you need a lot of people to give opinions on something but you have little or no time to ask each one individually. I think that when you have to ask more than 5 people it is a very good tool (and also works very well when you are not together). When you have smaller groups I think it is not appropriate.