Miro for R+D teams
February 17, 2022

Miro for R+D teams

Alice Z. Meng | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Our teams use Miro to facilitate conversations, plan and visualize ideas. It helps us stay organized, share knowledge, and be aligned.
  • The interface is intuitive and easy to use.
  • There are great pre-made templates you can leverage for organizing information
  • The interface is fluid and allows you to use the space as you wish
  • This acts like a hub for teams, and allows us to create in the same space
  • I find the team access and control of files not as easy to navigate
  • While I love the free form aspect of the tool, I’d like the ability (or easily access the ability) to make shapes and text boxes equal in size when polishing a roadmap
  • When sharing a large board, I’d like to be able to link to a specific frame or even granular piece so that the recipient can jump directly to the point of focus
  • Improved team engagement during retros, and saves time from creating new worksheets in alternative tools to capture the next steps
  • Enables the team to create meaningful architecture diagrams to share broadly
  • Facilitated creation of key roadmaps that enabled multiple collaborators cross-functionally
It is very intuitive to use with a simple interface.
I wasn’t engaged in the implementation.
I started working remotely, and have found Miro to be a very helpful tool across my product, engineering, and UX teams. This allows us to collaborate in real-time and share ideas and feedback asynchronously.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?

Yes

Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?

Yes

Miro has a more broad application than envision and Figma, which in my opinion are best used for UX mocks and prototyping. Google Jamboard is far more basic and has a narrower application. Which makes it not as comprehensive a tool compared to Miro. Microsoft Visio is a very technical tool for process mapping with a very rigid interface. I prefer Miro’s flexibility and approachable interface for a wider range of applications.
Miro is a great tool for collaborating with team members and creating on the fly. It’s also great for facilitating team discussions and sharing team roadmaps and complex ideas. However, I wouldn’t use Miro for presentations as it lacks the organizational aspect in a presentation.