The Workshop Miracle Tool
February 16, 2022

The Workshop Miracle Tool

Alana Chabot, RPP, MCIP | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for small to large design workshops and brainstorming sessions. It has been really useful in getting all of our stakeholders engaged in various projects. Miro enables multiple editors which makes facilitation very easy and its availability of templates is really great for undertaking different tasks. We are still learning all of its functions, but so far it is great.
  • Miro engages its users.
  • Brainstorming is very easy with the use of sticky notes, tags, and comments.
  • Miro's integration of other platforms such as Google Sheets or YouTube is really great.
  • Sometimes Miro is difficult to navigate (hard to move around the screen).
  • It is difficult to customize your toolbar with the tools you like most.
  • I wish Microsoft products were integrated with Miro.
  • Miro has enabled our team to develop a clear Vision and Guiding Principles through the use of its tools.
  • Miro has helped advance our design through the use of its drawing, coloring, and graphic tools.
Miro is very easy to implement. It may take some time for your whole team to adjust, but a simple meeting to show the basics should enable your colleagues to take control on their own.
It may be a learning curve for some team members to start using Miro who are not used to it, but once they do, they will use it a lot.
Miro has been fantastic at uniting our team members from across the country. With the dramatic shift to a virtual work environment, Miro has made it so easy to accomplish tasks online that normally would have only been possible in person. An example of this is workshops. We would typically be in person and have participants use sticky notes to display their ideas, but now with Miro, we can easily bring people together to accomplish this same task virtually.

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  • MURAL (formerly
Miro is quite similar to MURAL but I am more familiar with Miro and so I tend to use it more.
Miro is well-suited for workshops, small or large. It is very user-friendly and makes the job for the facilitators very easy. Workshop participants can edit the board directly, or you can have the facilitators take control and participants can see their ideas presented on the screen in real-time. There are many ways to display information, but sticky notes have to be my favorite!

Miro is less suited for analytical work when data is heavy. I would stick to shared spreadsheets for this.