Great tool for the virtual and visual user!
January 13, 2022

Great tool for the virtual and visual user!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use it quite extensively for workshops, ideation, brainstorming, and sketching out project roadmaps. Usually, we have sticky notes that people can use to comment, and almost always there is at least one person in charge of the meeting. We have also found the templates to be of use to get going, instead of having to put time into sketching out too much on our own and can instead focus on being creative.
  • Visualize ideas
  • Enable collaboration, regardless of geographical location
  • Intuitive way of scratching down ideas
  • Drawing
  • The interface for changing e.g. a note or such
  • Even more “free-flow” interaction over the board.
  • Haven’t measured this
  • Intangible is that it feels good throughout the team and we feel more in-sync
I don’t have any key insights as I didn’t decide on purchase.
I don’t know about the integration process, but as for a user, it’s very easy to download and get going. So that’s a plus!
Like I previously mentioned, it’s been great to visualize and help with clarification around ideas, projects or products as it really enables everyone to easily pitch in and follow each other.

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The design looks way better and it feels more like a tool as well as the UX/UI is better. I would argue that it seems more compatible with other potential systems than giving us the opportunity to upscale without changing systems.
Remote working when having to gather your thoughts around an idea or maybe just have a tool to have everyone follow in a presentation (using the follow function) is really neat. For me, as a very visual thinker, it’s nice when I’m trying to structure things as I can move around the objects to kind of map out which ones are connected and help me sort out how to manage a situation, project, or product.