Miro is great for teams spread over different locations to collaborate easily
November 12, 2021

Miro is great for teams spread over different locations to collaborate easily

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is used across the whole organization and is a supported tool by our IT department. We are mainly using Miro within our department.
  • Sharing with others is easy.
  • Templates are great.
  • Presentation mode.
  • Interaction during a meeting.
  • Moving the screen/scene while editing. Always have to switch back to the "hand" controller. Maybe this could be achieved by scrolling with the mouse?
  • Text sometime gets to tiny to read when auto-resizing shapes.
  • Since we do our retrospectives using Miro the team is able to identify bottlenecks and possible improvements much better and quicker.
  • So we get definitely more productive using Miro.
  • Personally, I also use it for preparing Product Portfolios or Project timelines with Milestones. It's much easier and faster to draw compared to Powerpoint or Excel.
The integration we have is using our company accounts to log in. that is really handy and nicely working. Integration in Microsoft Teams also works but is sometimes really slow when opening a board within Microsoft Teams. I prefer to switch to the dedicated browser instead.
Easy to use, also integrated into Microsoft Teams. But the Teams integration is sometimes slow. So I prefer to open it in the dedicated Browser window usually.
We use Miro because of Covid and because of remote locations within our team. So we are really happy that we have such a tool that reliably works and supports us. We also use it for brainstorming and the timeline of new projects.

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Well suited for the interaction of teams during a meeting. Like collaborating on a whiteboard. Also well suited for quick timelines. Here, the import of data from e.g. CSV could be quite helpful. Retrospectives that are well prepared are really great with Miro. The whole team loves to interact together even though we are spread among different locations.