Everyone at our company is hooked on Miro!
October 28, 2021

Everyone at our company is hooked on Miro!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is used across the organization for a number of tasks, including planning, brainstorming, project monitoring, prioritization, and reviewing. I personally use it to keep track of my own tasks in a to-do list style with cards. I also use it to evaluate and prioritize small projects for the team. I love the templates feature to create formats that my team can all contribute to.
  • The ability to add pre-made templates.
  • The cards feature is great for keeping track of and organizing tasks.
  • The boards are huge, and I have plenty of space to do multiple things on a board.
  • Better linking of objects. You can group things in a frame, but that doesn't work when items are spread across the board.
  • Sometimes sizing things can be difficult to keep everything readable when you're sharing screens in meetings.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Better organization.
  • Faster pivoting of projects if we see a new need or encounter an issue.
I think it works great, I use the desktop version the most and almost never have issues with it.
It's mostly intuitive, but it does take some learning to understand all of the feature potentials. For my team, there have been some iterations of our workflow as we grow, but Miro is very flexible, so we can take a copy of the workflow we had, move it to a new section and try reorganizing. Once we got going with it, I don't know how we'd go back to not using it!
Miro is great for collaboration. For my own product line team or 4 people, it's been great to have everyone reviewing and keeping track of stuff. Sometimes we have the Miro board up with 1 person running the meeting and making edits, but I've been on teams of 10 all working on brainstorming on a single board.

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Miro is an excellent tool for brainstorming because it gets everyone involved and participating. The graphics are also fun with fun colors which make meetings feel a little more casual and people are more likely to contribute. I also particularly like it for planning and organizing because I can use priority matrices and Venn diagrams in a way that you couldn't run a meeting on a whiteboard. Some of my colleagues use it for project management though to keep track of who is in charge of what tasks over a time frame, and I personally think Miro can be a bit messy when you have that much going on, but for those who are used to the system, it still works for them.