Efficient collaboration
November 10, 2021

Efficient collaboration

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We usually use it to run design sprints to come up with a tangible solution for a specific problem. We run sessions in cross-functional teams. Also, our UX design team uses Miro as a tool for user research methods.
  • Collaboration
  • Easy to understand and use it for even a first-time users
  • Full of useful features
  • Runs fast with no issues
  • At first it's not always easy to find specific features
  • Reduced project completion time (i.e. 4day design sprint for design solution).
  • Since it's fun and easy to use, people are involved and motivated to deliver results.
Not sure. As I mentioned before, some tools are not so easy to find at first and easy to forget if not used often enough.
Because it's like zero effort. Love the web-based app. No need for installations, etc.
Actually, we began to use Miro on a lockdown and it was a game-changer. We could run our workshops remotely with our team.

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We haven't. We used to do it live on a whiteboard in a meeting room :)
If used with a good framework (i.e. Google Design sprint) and a facilitator it's a great tool to come up with group solutions fast and efficiently.