Make it fun and engaging to collaborate virtually
January 24, 2022

Make it fun and engaging to collaborate virtually

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro to facilitate cross functional collaboration across geographical regions. With the COVID pandemic still impacting daily business in Denmark, we have a lot of workshops and meetings that need to be run virtually. This can to some extent be done via Microsoft Teams, but when it comes to engaging participants in shared work, ie workshops that include brainstorming and segmentation of data based on input from users, we experience that Miro has a lot to offer.
  • Features that engage participants in real time
  • Building frames that can be used for storytelling much better than PowerPoint
  • Plug 'n' play templates to use right away
  • Ability for non-premium license users to access, edit and engage in a Miro session!
  • Integration in MS Teams does not easily allow to full screen use of Miro
  • Access to Miro functionality seems hampered when used in MS Teams
  • It has reduced time spent on PowerPoint
  • It has improved shared understanding in this time where we have been forced to work virtually
  • It has improved our way of working agile and driving discovery outcomes
We were introduced to a lot of functionality in frankly a very short time. It is clear that Miro is a very versatile tool and we are not using 50% of the functionalities yet. So looking forward to getting to know and use the tool more. Another time, it would maybe be a good idea to spend more time on introducing cases where you can see how functionalities can be brought to life in a work context that is close to your own: Miro as a project management tool, Miro as a storytelling tool, Miro as a PI planning tool etc.
It is not particularly easy to use in MS Teams where we usually work together with many people. Many functionalities are invisible and the Miro workspace is minimised compared to the space MS teams is occupying when looking at a computer screen. This should be fixed by an ability to make the Miro screen a full screen.
Well, this is exactly what we use it for. We are a diverse and global organisation and people often need to come together across time zones and countries to work on the same project. Here Miro is ideal and enables us to work together both in real time and when it suits the different team members.

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Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
- When being creative in brainstorm sessions, voting exercises.
- Use of presentation mode makes it fantastic as a tool to communicate your outcomes to stakeholders
- When engaging in design thinking, discovery work, or agile planning sessions it is a great tool.

- If you are a premium user and you want participants that are non-premium users to participate it is practically impossible