Most Flexible Board Tool in the Market
November 10, 2021

Most Flexible Board Tool in the Market

Lucas Claro | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is being used for weekly planning, brainstorming, and strategy sessions. I am the main user, and guide our Miro meetings with my business partners. Because it is such a flexible tool, you can pretty much use it for any type of setting where you need to interact with visual elements. It is such a blast to outline plans using it, even if we are in the same room, because it allows us to work in an integrarated, paperless, and automatically saved board.
  • Interactive meetings
  • easy to sign in and start using (very intuitive)
  • Infrastructure keeps things organized
  • Sometimes the UI stops working (especially zooming in or out too much)
  • Arrows don't work very consistently
  • Link displaying doesn't work very consistently
  • Shorter weekly meetings
  • Better understanding of visual guidelines by staff
  • Faster ideation process (I am a visually guided person)
It is a very quick process.Ideally, staff should watch a couple of videos to grasp what is is all about, and then do a tutorial session. All things considered, it is a very seamless process, anyone who ever used a cloud tool before should have no problem picking it up.
I can't comment on this, I haven't integrated miro to any application
I have only used Miro for in person meetings, but it definitely adds a new layer of interaction to any process. The fact the everything is being saved automatically to the cloud and can be reviewed by anyone who was not in the meeting brings some relief if you have an unstable internet connection or power grid.

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Miro is such a flexible platform that I could recommend it for any interaction which requires group work (synchronous or asynchronous). Where I think it excels at is brainstorming, prioritization, planning, and visual schematics. A scenario in which I have had a poorer experience is with a larger number of simultaneous users (20+) in boards with too many elements. The interface becomes way too laggy.