To bring groups together and collaborate when you're not able to physically meet in person: try Miro!
November 11, 2021

To bring groups together and collaborate when you're not able to physically meet in person: try Miro!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro has been used as an awesome way to collaborate and work with groups that traditionally would have needed to book a large meeting room in order to do strategic planning and other group planning work. Miro has been used in various departments. I am yet to find someone who didn't think it was an excellent way to come together to share ideas and "whiteboard" remotely. For those who haven't used Miro, it's straightforward enough that most people can figure out how to read &/or input what has been shared in Miro without much trouble. Miro has been an excellent resource to do group work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Being able to work together on a Miro board, with multiple collaborators editing what's on the board, has been an effective way to share ideas and move work forward, even though we weren't able to meet in person.
  • Collaborating, with virtual sticky notes than any collaborator can add to a Miro board.
  • Use Miro for mind mapping.
  • No suggestions for how Miro should be improved. I have been very impressed with how well Miro works, even for new users, to come together & collaborate.
  • Miro has reduced the amount of time we've needed to support strategic planning initiatives with groups when we haven't been able to meet in person.
Miro provides quick tips on how to get started & how to work within Miro. These are very helpful when not familiar with the product. Even after using Miro a few times, it's still helpful to have these quick tips when Miro opens to refresh our memory on how to work within Miro.
Miro is straightforward & easy to use. Integrating the use of Miro in our work wasn't complicated.
Miro has made it possible for collaboration & group work to continue during pandemic lockdowns. Even though we couldn't meet in person, Miro made it possible to brainstorm and problem-solve together.

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Miro is great for group collaboration. If the people you're meeting with don't need to have input, there isn't a need to set information upon a Miro board. A PowerPoint slide with information would be sufficient if no collaboration on information being shared is needed.