The great online enabler
October 27, 2021

The great online enabler

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro is several specific projects. The choice to use it comes from bottom-up (from researchers), it is not an official organization tool. We increasingly used Miro in the covid time to substitute the offline workshops we would have normally. There, we would eg. co-design or try to answer some questions. It was also a great tool for doing lectures and hands-on exercises for teaching. We also used to create charts.
  • Collaboration between small and big groups.
  • Helping in the good visual design of frameworks.
  • Easing the brainstorming process with sticky notes.
  • Giving a good framework and tools for keeping creations looking modern and nice.
  • Sometimes it is hard to find yourself on the map. If there could be some bookmarks, that could help.
  • Would be great if it is possible to set the link to a specific space in Miro.
  • Enabled research activities over Covid.
  • Improved the design processes over Covid.
  • Enabled better international collaborations.
It's really great, not major issues but those already mentioned. :)
For some, it worked effortlessly, some need to spend more time or get accustomed to it. It's great that Miro includes tutorials that can be used for the first use.
Greatly. In fact, some of the actions that were done were not so easily possible before the introduction of Miro. For example, during the workshop or a lecture, when divided into different breakout rooms, everyone could work on their piece of Miro that would still be close to each other - which helps for more ordered documentation and stronger in-between-rooms inspiration.

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?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


Miro is much more intuitive than Google Jamboard. It also looks much better and enables good collaboration for more people. Compared to Mural, it wins by having a free account. Thanks to it some of the boards can be used yet before payment, or having sparse need of using it you don't need to pay it.
Google Drive, Zoom, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
Miro is well suited for the following :
- Brainstorming and co-design session.
- Visualising process, visual notes for a lecture or during talks.
- Interactive lectures with hands-on exercises during.

Miro is less suited for the following scenarios:
- Official documentation and other documents.
- Presentations are not always easy to handle.

Using Miro

  • Research workshops.
  • Online meeting discussions.
  • Collaborative lectures.
  • Creating the infographics in Miro.
  • Doing lectures in Miro.
  • Hybrid meetings - support to the offline whiteboards.
I simply don't know what would I do without Miro in some cases :) It's a great enabler.