I love Miro as a collaboration tool, harder to use further into projects!
November 04, 2021

I love Miro as a collaboration tool, harder to use further into projects!

Hannah Diamond | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Our marketing department uses Miro as an ideation and collaboration tool. It has given us the ability to jot down ideas together in a shared space.
  • Collaboration.
  • Large space to share ideas in an organized, disorganized way.
  • Sharing ideas via screen share for meetings and live collaboration.
  • I wish there was a way to add in and place videos within the space easily via HTML, Youtube links (this may be possible, but I haven't figured out how).
  • Add an ability to drag and drop directly from the web.
  • I do think it's a complex tool, although easy to use, it can be a bit intimidating when opening for the first time and trying to learn.
  • The zoom feature is a bit hard to navigate.
  • Improved collaboration while working remotely.
  • Less use as projects move forward.
  • Sometimes our team forgets about it as a tool and doesn't use to its full entirety.
Miro is definitely a complex tool with many abilities, as I mentioned earlier, it's a little intimidating when opening and trying to navigate the first few times. Some members on our team had a much harder time with it and don't use it at all due to this which is hard for full team collaboration.
The creative team personally found it quite easy and we loved it as a tool for ideation, the larger marketing team struggled a bit more.
HUGE impact, especially for the creative team to share imagery, thoughts, mood boards, etc at the beginning of a new project. Easy to look back at boards and see past ideas/thoughts.

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We really only use Miro at the beginning of a project when ideating timelines, flow, thoughts/ideas. I don't see a huge use for it once locked down and working on a project, we then tend to move to Keynote.