Miro is the best for online collaboration
October 25, 2021

Miro is the best for online collaboration

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

As a research assistant at my university, Miro is widely used across my department. Personally, I use it to generate insights from doing user research. I make affinity diagrams and use them to prioritize tasks. In my classes, it is also used as a learning tool that allows for more collaboration especially when we had virtual classes.
  • Collaborative platform.
  • Easy to learn.
  • Lots of functions.
  • Sharing permissions are confusing. For instance, guest editors can't lock items.
  • Teams are confusing, I don't understand how they are formed and why they show up in my account.
  • Having a tab showing Miro boards that you have accessed would be helpful. Someone shared a board with me and I couldn't find it, had to ask them to share the link again.
It is well implemented. The design of the platform is well thought out. I appreciate how flexible it is, with lots of capabilities that allow the user to utilize it for different purposes. One bug, however, is that sometimes it doesn't display properly on my screen. The graphics get all distorted but it doesn't happen consistently and haven't had that issue recently.
I don't integrate it with any other apps so I'm not sure how to rate this.
It's awesome. I was a freshman in college when I heard about Miro and the people on my team are all in different states so it was really helpful to have a platform where we could all work together. Especially in design where a lot of collaboration takes place. Having an online whiteboard simulated being in the same space.

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Miro is cleaner. I haven't really used Lucidchart that much but it seems more complicated than Miro. Google Sheets isn't really designed for collaboration and brainstorming so Miro is a better fit for most situations that require collective ideation.
It is well suited for virtual work or when people can't physically gather and meet. It's also well suited for large teams because everyone can edit at the same time. I feel like it's good for quick notes but less appropriate if you wanted to do a presentation with it because it's not super professional.