Miro is a WFH godsend, enabling collaboration and equitable share of voice amongst colleagues
November 10, 2021

Miro is a WFH godsend, enabling collaboration and equitable share of voice amongst colleagues

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is used across our entire organization - from operations to product management, and marketing. In the absence of in-person brainstorming and meetings, it gives colleagues a very collaborative and accessible way to work together in real-time. Aside from collating ideas, it also has nifty features that allow "boards" to be used for planning, mapping out, and tracking the progress of projects.
  • Enable real-time remote collaboration.
  • Easy to use tools.
  • Accessible and easy to set up.
  • When starting up for the first time there's a lot of tutorial pop-up messages.
  • Sharing parameters are a little overcomplicated - defined by the company, email address, etc could be a little overkill for most boards.
  • Has enabled greater collaboration and clarity across the business.
  • Less time spent collating notes after meetings - all the notes have been written for you by your colleagues!
As long as you have some paid users set up with licenses to set up boards, it's very easily rolled out across the business. All you need is a URL to a board shared, and a browser, and you're ready to go! Other people using free accounts can still access boards if set up by paid users.
It's pretty easy to start using Miro - doesn't require the installation of any software. It can be used in place of other in-person meeting tools - whiteboards, post-it notes, butchers paper. In a way, it's an improvement as it's reducing waste, and is easier to keep a record of!
Miro has been amazing while WFH. It's assisted in making sure everyone is still able to collaborate and share ideas, as long as they have a computer and internet access. It's very easy to share and access.

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Miro has been a godsend while WFH. Even when we do return to the office, I imagine I'll still be using Miro a lot - it's a great way to keep track of notes and ideas in a way that is easily accessible to all. Especially when you have many people in a meeting, with members of varying levels of extroversion/introversion, it's a tool that allows equitable sharing of ideas. Everyone can contribute at the same time, not only those with the loudest voice, thus enabling more diverse ideas to be tabled.