How Miro changed the way I work
November 10, 2021

How Miro changed the way I work

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro recently has been used as an enterprise tool. Our company uses it for a brainstorming session, facilitation of workshops, and picturing the ideas we have. I see that more and more project teams use Miro to cooperate on different projects' demands and simply save time instead of online calls. I personally like to use it for presenting my ideas in a cooler way instead of a normal presentation.
  • Ready templates help to save time and get things done.
  • I can see what others are doing thanks to very detailed cooperating mode.
  • Absolutely amazing user experience makes it exciting to work on.
  • Uploading videos.
  • Improved time of collecting ideas from stakeholders.
  • Eased the prototyping.
  • Improved the productivity and it's quality.
I didn't find it difficult, to be honest. Implementation of Miro is very intuitive and users actually can start making things right away. Sometimes there is an extra explanation needed when it comes to sharing the workspace rights but it's a nuance. I see that people are curious when they see the workspace for the first time and want to try all the options right away.
In my current company, we don't integrate much with different tools, however, I'm aware of this option and find it easy at least from the level of Miro. It's not that simple the other way around sometimes. It's simple to integrate it with the suite or Jira, but users don't need this very often (especially business users).
That's the major point of why we use Miro in our company. When it comes to working with different timezones, calling each other can be difficult sometimes. Miro helped us to organize our work quicker and more effectively as a team. I see that the collaboration level clearly increased while using this tool, especially with the projects engaging multidisciplinary users.

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Our standard tool is Google Jamboard, but in comparison to that one, Miro gives you a whole lot of options to play with and doesn't close only on 20 pages like the other tool. When it comes to comparison with Mural, I think the tools are quite similar however Miro gave me a feeling that is more intuitive. Trello and Jira are more concentrated on checking the progress instead of making things from scratch as we do on Miro.
Miro makes workshops and visualisation of ideas easy. If you want to make an online workshop and have people from all around the globe working simultaneously, Miro will make it happen. Ready templates, pre-filled examples are an amazing tool for facilitators and make attendees use their imagination more in comparison to standard tools.