Miro is a good alternative to physical wall presentations
November 12, 2021

Miro is a good alternative to physical wall presentations

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro to share presentations as if they were physical walls. As normally we would hang big drawings and images freely on a wall, with Miro we can do the same digitally. This happens within the working group, which ranges from 2-3 people to 30. Always more departments use Miro as an alternative to a physical presentation (if presence is not possible).
  • It works as an infinite sheet of paper just like in CAD programs, which makes it valuable for architects.
  • The option of following somebody's cursors is very appreciated. It helps especially when the presented board is very broad.
  • The interface is generally well organized and navigation is intuitive. The map showing where you are on the full board is also working very well
  • It's a pity that as of last time I used Miro, it was not possible to add pdfs. This means that time for preparing/converting files is necessary.
  • The smart alignment could be more precise, or smart guides in form of rulers (adjusted by the user).
  • We used definitively less paper, which is a good argument.
  • Time for installation of presentation is quicker if one thinks of hanging and organizing material on a wall.
  • As presentations are quicker, we could do more of them, also in cases where one is not necessary, but as it is very quick, there is no reason to skip it.
Not others from what I pointed out in previous points. The PDF issue is quite annoying and would be a major achievement.
It is very intuitive and we hardly had crashes or technical difficulties, which usually make up digital presentation failures.
During the lockdown, we started using it, and without would have been very complex to organize the share of ongoing projects.

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The opportunity it offers of presenting something digitally in form of an infinite board makes it a very powerful tool compared to restricted PDF/PPT presentations. It also makes the navigation more enjoyable: if you are sharing boards instead of ppt presentations or similars, the person accessing it has total freedom on how to read the board and move through it, zoom in and out, and so on. It is similar to approaching a wall where sheets are pinned and you can move easily, having both a close look at documents or a general overview.