A great tool for organizing teams and ideas
February 09, 2022

A great tool for organizing teams and ideas

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I have used Miro in multiple use cases. To organize my team, to organize workshops with mine and other teams, to organize a course with multiple teams and multiple boards, etc. Miro is an excellent brainstorming and ideas organization tool, it helps map complex relationships between ideas, teams, research, and development outlines and it allows intuitive and in-depth organization of team roles, tasks, and information exchanges.
  • Create complex diagrams
  • Organize teams and ideas
  • Create mind maps of complex research topics
  • Miro could use hierarchical boards and sub-boards
  • Teams management (privacy and rights) could be better organized
  • More template features and training material would be great
  • Better presentation options - frames don't work as well as e.g. Prezi
  • Managed a studio of 30 students with complex group dynamics
  • Every day management of a team of 10 people
Presentation features are needed. When a team spends time producing complex diagrams it's essential that they can naturally present this without too much effort. Templates could be improved.
I have not integrated Miro with many services, but at least some (Notion, Google Docs) did not work as smoothly as expected. Integration with maps (e.g. OSM) would blow up completely the usability of our domain
MIro completely revolutionized our online collaboration. It is now an essential tool of our organization and everyday activity for organizing our work.

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Miro is definitely much more intuitive than products like Trello and Asana but it could definitely learn a lot from Notion
Miro is great for creating diagrams of complex ideas, tasks, and team relationships. Great for online workshops with other teams, clients, etc.