Miro became a must have during pandemic
October 05, 2021

Miro became a must have during pandemic

Marie-Hélène Farly | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I'm using Miro as a lecturer and a UX designer. When I'm teaching UX/UI design. I use it to teach online but also to be able to comment on students' mockups, make them work together remotely, and plan appointments with them. I also use it to do user testing and card sorting. My colleagues manage their PI planning with it too.
  • Card sorting.
  • Collaborating.
  • Getting feedback.
  • Comment mockups.
  • I would like to have more specific text styling options (typography).
  • More emojis (like FigJam).
  • Folders to organize my projects.
  • Allowed remote teaching during pandemic at low cost.
Works well, nothing to add.
Pretty simple.
During the pandemic, Miro facilitated collaboration and working remotely.

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I like both but FigJam has funny and well-designed features like stickers and emojis. My team use emojis a lot in PI planning actually. It adds a fun factor to pretty boring things.
Miro is pretty useful for card sorting and user testing. The app is perfect for getting feedback on mockups or collaborating with colleagues or students remotely. Miro is less appropriate if you need advanced typography options.