Social Interaction: A MIRiad of Possibilities
November 05, 2021

Social Interaction: A MIRiad of Possibilities

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We currently use it as a form of socialization within my team; primarily for photo sharing and discussion. I find it helps facilitate knowledge sharing, team-building, and fun. The platform itself is very intuitive and I find that it's easy to instruct participants on how to use it. It's also something that's new to my team, so I find that given we've used it multiple times, it's been readily accepted.
  • Easy to use.
  • Sign up process is simple.
  • Tools within the platform are intuitive.
  • Smoother photo sharing, sometimes there is lag.
  • Clarifying that Chrome is preferable/necessary.
  • A more robust free version.
  • Hard to measure team cohesiveness but it's brought us closer for sure.
I thought it was very convenient to send out invites by mass email and by link for members of my team to join; it would be helpful to know that it's more compatible with Chrome than IE (I don't even know why people still use it, but just as a disclaimer).
Because this is a new application that my team is using, there is obviously some change management that needs to be implemented. I find it usually takes me 10-20 minutes to fully explain how the app works fundamentally so that participants can use it on their own, but otherwise, I find the integration to be relatively simple.
We have yet to use it for project-related purposes, but I think it would be helpful in scenarios where storyboarding or process mapping takes place. We potentially could use it like this in the future, but our current way of doing so is through Microsoft PowerPoint and it's challenging for me to see that being replaced.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?


Would you buy Miro again?


I chose Miro because it served a very specific purpose for what I needed to accomplish at the time which none of the other above providers are able to do. To clarify, that is to share images and ideas in a space where multiple users can collaborate and enjoy all together.
Social scenarios where teams can post pictures in a shared space to be discussed by colleagues and friends - Storyboarding - not something we currently use it for, but I'd imagine it'd be effective in this capacity - Process mapping - also not currently a way it's being used by my team, but if necessary, it would probably be easier than PowerPoint.