Miro allowed us to have fun, interactive, and engaging brainstorming sessions
November 11, 2021

Miro allowed us to have fun, interactive, and engaging brainstorming sessions

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is extremely user-friendly and makes all of our internal workshops, brainstorming sessions, and collaborative activities more efficient and engaging. We also use Miro boards to create visual stimuli in customer/market research and UX testing.
  • Sticky notes is a great tool for brainstorms and idea-sharing.
  • Gives the ability to house multiple iterations of roadmaps on one board without needing multiple documents.
  • Allows for easy sharing across teams.
  • Ability to export pieces of the boards as images/PDFs is convenient.
  • Makes for a more engaging presentation and/or working session because of the dynamic board, live changes, and embedded media options.
  • The toggle between the 'select' feature -- i.e., the cursor and the hand grabber -- maybe if one-click means you want to select and move an object, and double click means you want to move within the board but not any objects, for example.
  • It's allowed us to do fun, interactive workshops that were extremely productive. I'm not sure how we would have accomplished the activities without the Miro board (it wouldn't have been as fun or visual).
It was easy to log in for the first time using SSO. No problems there!
Again, easy to log in and adopt. Though required some tutorial/playing around with the tool to get the hang of it. Still have a lot of learning to do! Also, we got ideas on how to use it from other teams (seeing this in action was more helpful than, say, reading a tutorial on something theoretical).
Allowed for ice-breaker activities and fun interactions between teams the first time collaborating on a project.

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Would you buy Miro again?


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Note-taking with multiple users (it is much more user-friendly than a shared Word doc, for example) Brainstorming sessions Interactive workshops, guided activities (internally or as research groups) Roadmapping/planning (visualizing tables, maps, etc).