Good for shared thoughts
February 16, 2022

Good for shared thoughts

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

The way to use it is for big meetings where a lot of information is shared between all the presents for a later use of it. We show all the information regarding software releases and what is involved in each one of them.

Additionally for any type of training, where the teacher explains the topic and then later everyone can share his/her opinion in it.
  • Shared work
  • Easy to use
  • Good interface
  • Online work
  • Some controls (visual) would be better
  • Faster response
  • More tools to work with
  • Visual representation of everything
  • Reduce time for presenting information
I'm quite satisfied with it, something can be more responsive but overall the interface is clean, easy to use, and all the tools are useful. Some more tools could be useful for certain cases but overall the feeling is that is a nice interface non intrusive in the workflows of the user.
This is a bit more difficult as it needed a key, some people to buy the key, the key distributed, create an account and so on. It's usually a straightforward process but some steps can be missed.
Yes, for trainings mainly, I was able to attend to some meetings and trainings, perform the exercises or even collaborate in a collective presentation with all the options available for the full department. Everyone, independently of the place of living, was able to access and input their opinion for everyone to see.

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Big meetings with a lot of information, if the information is clearly structured.
Training, where the participants can work in groups or alone, and everyone can share his/her thoughts Shared presentation that several speakers must talk.
Not so good in detailed presentations as some information can be missed in that huge canvas.