Miro For Interviews
February 09, 2022

Miro For Interviews

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We needed Miro to help conduct online interviews, replicating the usual in-person experience with real pen-and-paper puzzles, or whiteboard work. It needed to be easy to invite guests to (as the interviewees are outside of our organization), low latency, and support drawing with multiple tablets and touchscreens. In addition, we tend to save copies of the whiteboards once interviews are concluded, and then need a convenient way to reset the board.
  • Ease of inviting external users
  • Drawing tools
  • Compatibility with tablets, pen tablets, and so on
  • Automated resetting of boards after use
  • A more clear approach to permissions management
  • Pressure sensitivity
  • Enabled us to offer online interviews of close standard to the usual in-person ones
  • Reliable assessment of interview candidates
  • Saving on travel costs
It's all rather slick, though the fact that it is SAAS does not sit so well with me.
It needs more automation to allow us to generate per-candidate boards and automatically email them out.
No impact - this particular case does not apply to our organization.

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Miro's infinite scrolling massively improves it compared to the small board of Google Jamboard.
MATLAB, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Microsoft Visual Studio Code
Online and remote interviews and tutorials both are ideal for Miro, although only as a necessary evil (in-person being far preferable if possible). Although in some cases, for example, research meetings and such, it is excessive to use this whiteboard solution when a simple call or chat would do just fine.