Next best thing to offline collaboration on a huge whiteboard
February 10, 2022

Next best thing to offline collaboration on a huge whiteboard

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro to draft processes or to structure collaborative workshops that aim at creating processes or concepts. Usually, we create templates or drafts beforehand and build on that during our meetings with colleagues. The usage of sticky notes is very intuitive and makes collaboration with external partners possible with almost no time spent on the introduction of Miro as a tool.
  • Very intuitive UI for new users
  • Useful to quickly create very basic click dummies
  • Ability to visualize structures in real-time
  • Post-Its have a predefined set of colors. Having those individualized would be useful especially for multi-company meetings where you could assign colors according to company logos.
  • I would guess that per hour workshop this tool has saved at least 30 minutes in preparation and documentation time
  • Productivity in this context is hard to measure, but compared to screen sharing and collecting input on a PowerPoint slide, this is noticeably more productive when allowing other participants to join in creating content on the board
Since the last update navigation has become easier. Using Miro as a quest for adding Post-Its is easy and requires hardly any time to get used to. Using advanced features like frames takes quite a bit of practice, but the tool is useful long before you actually master it.
We didn't do any integration. It is a stand alone solution to us.
Especially throughout the ongoing pandemic and with the home office being the new normal, this is the next best thing in collaboration.

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Miro is put to good use whenever structures and processes need to be visualized, or when creative workshops require collaborative work (e.g. brainstorming). It is to my knowledge the best alternative to a meeting in person and a whiteboard on the wall. I might try using it the next time I have an in-person meeting because unlike the whiteboard, it can be extended in any direction, and documentation of results is much easier.