Key to remote collaboration and engagement
October 25, 2021

Key to remote collaboration and engagement

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro internally with my account team members and externally with my client's team. It's a great platform to simulate a workshop-like experience when we can't be in the same room due to the pandemic and/or the globally distributed nature of the team. The difference between using a collaborative document or simply going through a presentation is evident - the level of engagement when we use Miro is definitely higher even if some users struggle with usability initially (typically they warm up quickly to it since it's quite intuitive). I also really like the plethora of templates and features available, which make anything from planning and brainstorming to prioritizing a breeze. Miro provides the layout and functionality which works for both my teams and clients, compared to other collaboration tools.
  • Ease of annotating.
  • A wide array of visualization options.
  • Segmenting with the group function.
  • Notification on changes made by other collaborators.
  • Group toolbars together instead of spreading things across 4 corners of the window.
  • Higher engagement from workshop participants and team members.
  • Improved productivity as it's easier to get our thoughts together and visualize things.
There was no real implementation, so I would have selected N/A.
Fuss-free integration with email platforms, relatively easy to share the board as well but I haven't utilized enough of other integration options to comment further.
This is something Miro does particularly well and is the key reason I'd recommend it. We were able to have a bird's eye view of the different components as it's so easy to upload pictures, add post-its, draw some kind of prioritization matrix all in one place. It has helped my organization to effectively plan areas to focus on, create a backlog, and facilitate discussions.

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?


Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


  • MURAL (formerly and Trello
I faced more performance issues with MURAL - it took longer to load although the templates and outline/guidance were great. Trello is amazing to get my team organized but is limited to brainstorming. Miro works better in terms of usability and seems more intuitive although pricing-wise is steeper as well.
Well suited for brainstorming, planning - pre-work and for use during the workshop as it's engaging and easy for everyone to collaborate in. Less appropriate as a day-to-day workspace as it takes quite a bit of effort to update and make sure everything is in place, compared to a spreadsheet, ppt, or even Trello.