Great product!
February 18, 2022

Great product!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro for project planning and brainstorming. This product makes it easy to contain notes of all forms of media: very useful for artistic research which spans video, text, images, and more. The tools are straightforward, making often unclear work very easy to organize. The brainstorming tools and interactivity are excellent for teamwork.
  • Timeline tools
  • Multimedia use
  • Note sharing
  • User functionality: a clear help guide with videos would be good
  • Sometimes, boards go missing: IP connection to work would be great
  • Alternate/easier ways of video embedding
  • Ensure projects are finished by keeping notes
  • Connecting to colleagues with ease
  • Not losing resources
Implementation-wise, Miro is really good. Primarily, I feel like a clear help guide would be great: my group struggled for several days with a minor technical issue of not being able to copy and paste materials from our collective board. An FAQ or video help guide could remedy this, or a search bar helps feature.
I rate this at an 8, not a 10 because the integration is relatively straightforward but my group did have a standout issue for a time of not being able to integrate and separate our work. I feel that browser integration is excellent overall, it's a very useful and sleek tool.
Within the arts, Miro allows us to collaborate creatively without paper waste or general use of materials. Digital collaboration also allows those who are at home, or away, to join us in brainstorming and working together. It's easy to share my notes with colleagues and communicate my work on a digital platform.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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I have used Workflow, which has a poor web implementation but is excellent for high-res images and long-term research tracking. I feel that Miro is great for planning and organization, but not execution or research track, which are Workflow's strengths. Google Docs, although offering similar collaborative elements, is not as good.
Miro is excellent for personal and group project planning: timelines, brainstorming, and note-keeping. It's not appropriate for long-term research tracking because things get lost, sometimes the entire board. I feel that Miro is a first step in creating a project as opposed to a constant element unless used for scheduling and tracking.