It supports pdf!
October 29, 2021

It supports pdf!

Sjimmie de Jong | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use miro to present architectural plans, and sketch over them. We also use it to make mood boards for materialization and other references. Since we work with a multitude of file types it’s very nice that you can almost upload anything. During covid, it was the best tool to use when iterating on a floor plan with a team.
  • Handles many file types.
  • Live sketching.
  • Nice templates.
  • Gets slow when a board is full, maybe convert the uploads?
  • An option to upload a pdf and separate all its pages, easier than sliding through them.
  • Sometimes I “lose” boards, maybe an recently visited page?
  • Took some time to Learn/ get used too.
  • Improved covid workflow.
  • Improved long distance workflow in general.
  • Hard for new people to dive into.
There was no training or something, others didn’t even know they could make an account. And the ones who knew had no idea how to get started. I guess it’s human nature to skip through the tutorial.
It's nice to use, you can upload lots of files, it’s hard to get used to though.
Sharing and drawing over floor plans from a distance.

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Google Jamboard uses slides which is extremely annoying, also it supports too few file formats.
Miro is well suited to present and evaluate lots of different materials, especially in the graphic sector. Drawing over items, interconnecting them, and iterating in the process. it is less suited for more traditional types of work, without visual images to hold on to the board tends to get messy and chaotic.