I like Miro and would recommend it to a friend!
November 12, 2021

I like Miro and would recommend it to a friend!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Currently, Miro is being used in the small group of 7-9 for my directs meeting with my manager and her directs in our recruitment marketing department. We usually use it once a month or so for our retrospective meetings, quarterly planning meetings, and fiscal year reviews. It helps us solve the business problem of connecting in person, but virtually to do whiteboarding sessions.
  • Provides useful templates
  • Gives great user guides
  • Plenty of features on the free plan
  • Allow a larger capacity for free boards
  • Integration with Slack
  • Community for Miro users
  • Increased collaboration
  • Improved conversation
  • Allowed for more creative thought
The implementation is very easy and straightforward. Creating an account is a simple process that requires minimal effort. I would like to see an improvement in the process for inviting members, particularly people that don't have accounts. My team has complained about receiving an influx of emails after accepting a Miro invitation and have had a hard time navigating back to the original board I invite them to.
I have not used Miro for any integrations.
With my team being 100% remote and global, meeting asynchronously and synchronously has allowed for us to cross collaborate across multiple time zones and across work structures within our team.

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I selected Miro because the company I was at, prior to my current company, used Miro, so I was used to it and liked it
Miro is well suited for things such as mind mapping, Kanban boards, retrospective meetings, customer touchpoints, ice breakers, and team meeting charts. Miro is less appropriate for deck/presentation creation, flow charts, video creation, documentation repository, or project managing. Overall, this is a great tool to replace the in-person whiteboarding sessions.