A digital whiteboard of choice for quick project ideation and iteration with some handy features for teams
February 17, 2022

A digital whiteboard of choice for quick project ideation and iteration with some handy features for teams

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for active collaboration, brainstorming, and/or team
reflection. Miro's boards are a huge canvas and that is much appreciated
when we (a team of up to 15 people in some cases) all join in to
brainstorm a new product/pipeline or to do a retrospective and
contribute to improvements in the team. Adding reactions to notes is
great for feedback, and being able to secure boards is essential!
  • The ability to zoom in/out makes it easy to browse huge boards with many collaborators
  • Having the colleagues' pointers visible is useful during calls ('hey, look here!')
  • Cards customization is excellent for organizing brainstorming sessions or retrospectives
  • Quick and easy graph creation useful for mock pipelines and user stories
  • "Grouped view" where only filtered-criteria cards are presented together, either by color or number of reactions or something else (useful for discussing topics one after another)
  • Exporting and/or importing portions of the board (graphs) to XML or JSON for portability
  • Quick ideation and brainstorming phases enable fast prototyping and speed up product iterations
  • Team retrospectives enable teams to correct and improve over time, increasing satisfaction
Miro being web-based is a good tool for teams working collaboratively. So far from my experience, it has been nothing but responsive, and it runs smoothly even with many (15+) people joining at once. I have no remarks or improvements to suggest here, keep it up in the same way in the future!
Integrating Miro into the current team/company/project processes is easy. I am, however, unable to comment on the licensing and company-wide integration processes, how easy is the license management, etc since I am in no way connected to that in the company.
Miro has allowed our team(s) to iterate more quickly, share and upvote/downvote ideas in a single space which can be divided into separate focus groups once features or areas of interest become clear. Presenting ideas visually (like sticky notes), in my opinion, works better and makes it less tiresome than reading through bullet-point lists.

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Brainstorming and collecting inputs from many people at once is where Miro shines. The huge boards can be used as an "agora" where people can contribute ideas or express criticism, "upvote/downvote" others' opinions, then separate in "focus groups" in separate areas of the board and go deeper in their specific topics of expertise. Grouping tickets to discuss them during retrospectives or ideation meetings is currently done by hand, which can be time-consuming and cumbersome. A feature to automatically rank notes/cards, group them or filter them by given criteria would be great!

Miro Training

The tips provided by Miro's interface are enough to get started (in my opinion). A lot of the 'training' we did as a team was actually spam-testing buttons in the UI and sharing with others when we found something interesting, cool or useful. It makes for a great informal team activity during the first few Miro rounds!