Great tool for everyone!
November 26, 2021

Great tool for everyone!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Using Miro to better onboard design teams and collaborate all together to define the best MVP as well as the best final product for end-user. When I start a project, I use Miro as my first tool to define the feature explaining the latest version of the product, then I sum up the prioritized objective I'm trying to accomplish... Miro helps me to organise my thoughts through the overall process of product creation.
  • User flow.
  • Product backlog.
  • Product prioritization.
  • Sharing.
  • Shortcut.
  • Demo.
  • Improve product management.
  • Design / product interaction.
  • Board sharing.
I think Miro is the best tool to work for everybody. You can be someone from business, marketing, or even someone like an architect and use Miro to draw your thoughts. I use Miro starting from stakeholders to the dev team and because it's so intuitive everyone understands really well what you are trying to achieve with the tool - also you can edit it quickly!
Because without Miro I would have to use multiple tools to achieve what I'm trying to. Thing is that Miro is for everyone and it's so easy to use that you can give access from stakeholders to developers. And it's really easy to share your board too or print in order to pin the image you want to share!
As a remote worker for 2 years now I can tell you that this is the best tool to collaborate! I work with different countries and I'm starting a new subject by planning a kickoff using Miro. This gets everyone's attention in seconds and you have a positive impact on the reactivity of the tool.

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I found that Miro is a very intuitive tool, there is no need to learn how to use it. Also, with Frame, post it, and shape you can do pretty much anything to define what you want to say. I sometimes use Miro as a support during a presentation when I need to draw a flow or a process easily. What I would improve is the collaboration - I found it hard to work with multiple hands on the same board.