Miro is the ultimate brainstorming and collaborator facilitator to avoid boring, "one-person talks" meetings
February 17, 2022

Miro is the ultimate brainstorming and collaborator facilitator to avoid boring, "one-person talks" meetings

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is excellent for brainstorming with a large group. We begin with a few general questions to spur ideation and continue with more targeted questions. The process consists of silent writing on stickies, sharing and discussing, and iterating. Another major use of Miro is conducting team retroactive discussions to gain visibility into areas that work well versus opportunities for development in the future.
  • Visualize ideas.
  • Enable collaboration.
  • Spur creativity.
  • Make meetings fun and interactive.
  • Some people do not find the sticky-making process intuitive. Maybe there's a shortcut and immediate callout box to show new users how to make a sticky.
  • The sharing function is glitchy. I tried sharing with teammates by copying and pasting emails all at once the first time and nothing happened. The second time I pasted emails one by one, the invites went out.
  • Increased amount of ideas.
  • Improved team experience.
Miro is a fairly intuitive platform for the average tech-savvy individual. For less savvy individuals, it may help to have popouts with shortcuts guiding how to conduct the main functions.
Miro's integration with Outlook worked well when emails were entered separately, but not together. Exporting to images was not intuitive or easily found. Otherwise, I found it easy to pick up and use.
Miro is a great way to get the more silent people to participate. It evens the playing field of people's contributions and provides a blend of anonymous (didn't notice who put the sticky where) vs not (did notice someone writing a sticky) analysis.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Miro go as expected?


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Miro blows the other collaboration tools out of the water due to its ease of use, intuitive functions, visualization, and APIs. The only one that is a close complement (wouldn't say competitor) is Box because people can comment and add notes on documents, but Miro is better for ideating and organizing many thoughts.
Well-suited: team meetings with a lot of collaboration, ideating, and sharing.
Not well-suited: audience is not tech-savvy can have difficulty moving the board around and placing stickies.