Great tool for remote collaboration
Updated March 08, 2022

Great tool for remote collaboration

Azza BA. | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro to create planning and discovery boards. We use these in meetings to brainstorms ideas and strategies for our products. We use a lot of post-it on frames and collaborate as teams. I also use Miro to share content such as guidelines and style guides with my colleagues.
  • Collaboration
  • Creating different types of boards
  • Sharing information and brainstorming
  • Sometimes the boards are not user friendly
  • I can only allow colleagues to view and not edit if I am using the free version
  • Sometimes it becomes very slow if there are lots of users on the same board
  • Saves time
  • Enables collaboration remotely
  • Ease of access to shared content
I will be honest, I sometimes find the tool a little bit difficult to use, especially when there are many users at the same time. It tends to take ages to load, it freezes sometimes and sometimes it becomes very slow to use.
Not sure how to answer this question. However, from experience, Miro is easy to include in day-to-day workflows.
It makes it much easier to collaborate remotely in real-time. I can think of very few other tools that allow the same level of collaboration with ease (ex. Figma)

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I find Figma a lot faster and it does not get impacted by having multiple users using it at the same time. Apart from that, they’re both quite similar in what I need to get done
I believe it’s a great tool for brainstorming ideas, collaborating on work projects, and sharing feedback. It has been a great tool especially with the pandemic resulting in lockdowns and having to work from home. In many ways, Miro has become the go-to tool for myself and my teams when wanting to kick off projects or collaborate/brainstorm