Miro - Keeping the team dynamics as before the pandemic
February 17, 2022

Miro - Keeping the team dynamics as before the pandemic

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for architectural team discussions. Since the beginning of the pandemics, it was impossible for the teams to contribute in real-time to discussions, as we usually did in the office. Miro helps us with that, providing a board accessible to every member of the team and simplifying usability. The tools to apply dynamics to the discussions also are useful.
  • Simplified Usability
  • Video Chat
  • Interactive Tools (timers, votes)
  • Technical Diagrams
  • Board Organization
  • Board Access Metrics
  • Positive: Improved Productivity in our Daily
  • Negative: Sliced our documentation in two places (Confluence and Miro)
  • Positive: easy to use, became a common place to discuss with different areas
Sometimes I have difficulty finding previous boards already closed by me. The search is contextualized in the current team and makes the searching of boards difficult for someone that has many teams. Another improvement could be metrics to realize if a board can be deleted or not, based on the access and activity.
I can't opine on that, since we didn't integrate Miro with any system.
Before the pandemic usually, we worked in the same office, with rooms and whiteboards available for our discussions. Miro brought the same dynamic online, allowing the team to continue working together in real-time.

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Miro is a good tool to brainstorm and discuss ideas, as a chalkboard. The interactivity in real-time and easy tools made very productive discussions if compared with other tools. Although, there is no strong support for popular diagram models, mainly in the technical area, making Miro not suitable for formal documentation or technical presentation.