Getting to work without signIn-Hustle
October 27, 2021

Getting to work without signIn-Hustle

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro to facilitate remote Workshops with clients and internally. We have a couple of licenses - around every third member of the company uses Miro with clients. It addresses the problem of having a reliable whiteboard and collaboration tool when we are not able to work with a client at their location or in our office (which is 90% of the time).
  • Easy access for clients.
  • Easy to export the documents.
  • Templates.
  • Exports not only for the board owners but for everybody.
  • More styling options for sticky notes (especially fonts).
  • Better library set up (it’s hard to find the board you are looking for sometimes, especially when you are in a company account and not every board is your own.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Reduced travel costs.
  • Improved employee satisfaction due to less traveling.
  • Improved customer satisfaction due to less preparation time and less documentation time around workshops.
We didn’t even need to implement anything. The tool itself is very self-explanatory and we didn’t have to install anything or take classes. The financial part was handled eat another point in the company so I can’t give intel into this process, but I got my license quickly after I had requested it so it must be an easy process.
There is no class needed, no app needed - just click on the link and go. Even people with next to no experience in the use of online whiteboards were able to contribute immediately.
Miro has helped us get new projects started the right way. It’s a great tool to do all the setup work like stakeholder mapping, brainstorming, and even set up a project plan. And you don’t even have to be in the same location or even time zone. We have managed to collaborate on news projects - everyone at their own pace remotely.

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The user interface is better than Lucidchart and the performance is generally more reliable. Compared to Mural, the frame feature in Miro is a huge plus to structure workshops and documentation. Design-wise, Mural seems a little more modern than Miro though but Miro beats Mural in terms of usability in my opinion.
Miro is well suited if you need an online whiteboard that is easy to set up and easy to share. It’s especially great that collaborators do not need an account or an app but can simply enter the board over a browser link. This is handy because I work with a lot of public organizations that are very concerned about IT Security and won’t even consider installing an App or having an Account somewhere.