I love Miro :-)
November 12, 2021

I love Miro :-)

Riikka Savolainen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro for personal projects, school assignments with teams, and at work with co-workers. I plan and schedule things and gather and store information with Miro. It helps me to collect things on one board and to see the bigger picture of a project. For example, at work, we have a timeline for the whole year to see what is going on throughout the year.
  • Collecting images
  • Being able to draw and connect things
  • Sharing a board with others
  • Endless zooming in and out
  • Fonts could have more variation.
  • Better ways to link anything to the board.
  • Better ways to embed things to the board.
  • Sharing information
  • Involving everyone to plan things.
  • Productivity especially in remote working.
In my opinion, Miro is a clear platform and really easy to use. That is one of the reasons why I would recommend Miro to anyone!
I think integrating things from other sources like web pages or Google Docs could look smoother. Otherwise, I love how easy it's to collect pictures, texts, drawings, etc.
As I said before, Miro has been really helpful when working with people remotely. Also when brainstorming new ideas Miro is a great tool to collect and arrange the information.

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They are similar but better for different things! I usually use Figma for prototyping, but Miro for bigger-scale planning.
During the pandemic, it has been really helpful to use when working remotely with a team. It's easy to share the board and collect information for everyone to see there. It's also a good tool to use when brainstorming new ideas and having workshops – and the information stays on the board so you can come back to it later. I think Miro is better for planning things, rather than presenting anything final.