Great for collaboration with an infinite white board and easy-to-use interface for getting started
February 18, 2022

Great for collaboration with an infinite white board and easy-to-use interface for getting started

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is a very good tool for remote and virtual collaboration within teams. The user experience is good and easy to use. I particularly use it for activities that involve ideation and brainstorming, where the vote features work well. The templates in Miro also give a very good direction to set during the meetings. The Frames feature is wonderful to prepare for meetings and to present step by step.
  • Infinite white board, so good for endless brainstorming and re-working without losing any previous work
  • Frames for arranging and using during actual meetings
  • Voting feature, especially useful during brainstorming sessions
  • Templates for easy and quick reference
  • I do get stuck between scrolling and zooming sometimes, that interface can be made more easy for smoother transition
  • Took a while to learn how to edit templates to custom suit our needs, that can be simplified
  • Can add an ability to add favourite Apps in the left pane for quick access
  • Enabled innovative ideas
  • Easier collaboration
  • Improved engagement levels
Miro is a licensed product and sometimes it becomes difficult to include members outside your team into the Miro board to collaborate if they dont have the license. An ability for the host to temporarily add non-members to collaborate would enable much more adoption of Miro as a tool in the company.
I have not played around much with this feature yet but I am surely looking forward to integrate it with MS Teams to start of with. I went through the steps and it seems pretty straight forward, but really looking forward to using this feature as I use Miro more frequently.
Miro has been fantastic to collaborate, especially on new projects. Brainstorming of ideas, pre-defined templates, voting all make it super easy to crystallize ideas into a clear and succinct form. The easy of use by adding post it cards and icons and pictures really enables teams to convey their ideas in a clear manner.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

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Very good tool for meetings that involve collaboration among multiple members. Everything is just so transparent and easy to coordinate among teams during meetings. The templates can give very good ideas on how to run these sessions if you are looking for a ready made agenda to start with. You might have to play around a bit if you are Expert user/host of meetings to get a hang of all of Miro's features like interconnectivity with other tools and editing pre-defined templates etc. As you practice and explore, you can find more features every single day.