When the pandemic hit, Miro was a game changer for collaborative work
February 15, 2022

When the pandemic hit, Miro was a game changer for collaborative work

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I've been using Miro for private design projects for the past 2 years. It's a seamless tool that mainly helps me structure thoughts, consolidate knowledge and invite participants to collaborate with low burdens. It's very intuitive and also provides a great set of templates that comes in handy. I prefer it to competitors because it gives you much more freedom in its structure. If you use a tool like Miro it's typically an ever-growing canvas and it comes with functionalities that keep you really flexible to grow the project over time.
  • provides a good set of templates
  • very flexible canvas
  • easy to access, also via mobile
  • Add an Outline as Mural does. It helps to take others through the board in a structured way.
  • saved time by using existing templates
  • saved time by not having to create traditional slides
Unfortunately due to compliance reasons, I am not allowed to use Miro in my professional environment anymore
As said not integrated into a professional context. However, it's easy to adapt to new users.
We've been using it across continents, never failed!

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  • MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
We had to stop using Miro professionally
Great to explore and to structure research outcomes. I've used it to conduct interviews equally like running workshops. It's not suited for standardized file export to share with the client.