Miro gives a true whiteboard experience virtually!
November 01, 2021

Miro gives a true whiteboard experience virtually!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is being used for collaboration, especially for research, brainstorming, recording ideas, and doing analysis. It makes it easy for everyone to work on the same document and use sticky notes, similar to how it is done using a whiteboard. This is especially helpful for brainstorming ideas, creating different word groups and themes, and moving them around the page as one would do in a non-virtual environment. The ability to import from other applications is also very useful, as we can import tables or charts as well. Overall, it is a helpful collaboration tool.
  • Collaboration.
  • Simulating a white board experience virtually.
  • Importing from other applications, especially tables and charts.
  • When there is a lot of text or data, it slows down when we zoom in and out of the page.
  • The auto-sizing of the text makes it difficult sometimes, as we have some notes with smaller sized and some with bigger sized texts. We then need to fix each one manually.
  • More colors and shapes for stickies will be immensely helpful!
  • It should continue to improve on adding features like voting, visual representation of data, and changing the size of the canvas.
  • Improved collaboration between team and workshop creation.
  • Templates need to be created from scratch, which can be + or - depending on the use case.
  • Sometimes there is a learning curve for some collaborators to understand how to use the tool.
It is easy to import information from outside into Miro but it is quite challenging to export information from Miro in a format that is desirable. This applies to text, numbers and any visual representation of data.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

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Figma has some very interesting interaction tools. Asana allows for seeing more of the timeline for the project. Miro allows for a true whiteboard experience with stickies that can be moved around in real-time.
Miro is well suited for collaboration among team members that are working remotely, brainstorming ideas, grouping words into themes, doing workshops, and the like. Miro is less suited in scenarios where the data needs to be interpreted by using charts and graphs, or where there is a use of a lot of text and colors involved as it becomes slow during navigation.