Miro brings retrospectives to another level
January 13, 2022

Miro brings retrospectives to another level

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is used mostly for doing retrospectives in different development teams. We used it also for our management retrospectives where we do longer retrospectives every 2[to]3 months. Sometimes it's not possible to have all people participating, so we use Miro features often to compare the last retros and last outputs of the same problems.
  • You see what other participant are doing.
  • You can easily hide next steps.
  • Comparison of last steps.
  • Have a quick onboarding video.
  • Try to have clearer view for users [whom are using Miro for the first time.]
  • Be able for the moderator to bring all participant to a focus board.
  • Improved retro time.
  • Preparation for meetings.
  • Great discussions on some strategic meetings.
Now the implementation is very good it's working on different browsers without any problems. [They] are a lot of features and possibilities to have innovative grooming, retro sessions with all [kinds] of users (developers, managers, testers, executives).
You are able to put all kinds of graphics and pics from whatever sources. So [users] can express themselves in different ways.
Most of our project already before the covid pandemic has been done remotely. Miro had a lot of[ impacts] to made some [innovative session] which different clients remotely.

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Miro has definitely a lot more features to have more creative sessions with different [kinds] of users. Trello is more for async use and [planning] of [tasks] instead of doing retros, creative sessions, and online meetings with new clients.
Miro is well suited for larger teams (more than 6). So long-running retrospectives can be done more interactive and interesting. And if the team is working on a long-running project you can think of different types of retrospectives so retros won't be boring and can be made very interesting.