A painting never ends, it never starts, a painting is like the Wind.
February 12, 2022

A painting never ends, it never starts, a painting is like the Wind.

Ana Jimenez | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is truly what collaborative whiteboarding should be. We use it for ideation, internally, and with our clients and partners. We use it for designing concepts of new products or systems. We use it for planning sprints or product increments, or to do retrospectives. Miro is being used company-wise by many different departments and very different use cases and it covers them all.
  • Combine pre-defined drawing objects with free drawing.
  • Control to the owner (bring people together, block pieces of the board, share settings).
  • Flexible Licensing Program for Enterprise Plan.
  • A bit more of fonts for text boxes.
  • Being able to move aboard to another project in another team without doing it in 2 steps (first team, then project). Or being able to move an entire project to a different team.
  • Lists of boards and owners to company admins, even hidden ones, without having to contact support or looking at them one by one.
  • Enhanced presentation mode, not only with an order by with zoom-in / out (similar to Prezi).
  • Improve productivity, specially for remote teams.
  • Showing professionalism to our clients, using a tool where everybody can truly collaborate.
For the enterprise plan, everything is quick and easy, even when we move to unify instances and users. It's 9 and not 10 because there are certain things for which we still need support from Miro and I think this could be done autonomously by the Company Admins if the product is enhanced.
We integrated with SSO and we have some integrated apps allowed. I think we can still add more integrations (like MS Teams) but we're still on it.
A lot, not only for internal projects with people in different countries and locations but also to clarify requirements with clients working in different locations.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?

Yes

Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Miro again?

Yes

It is very well suited for ideation, co-creation, discussion, high-level planning, retros... I would not recommend it so much (even when you can still do it in Miro) for tracking tasks on a big program. I think there are tools better suited for detailed result tracking like JIRA (or use integration of JIRA with Miro).