Honest(ly) from a university student
February 17, 2022

Honest(ly) from a university student

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro boards assist with assessing user feedback after conducting interviews so that we can narrow down categories of stakeholders. We also use it to map out ideas while ideating and connecting ideas to precisely which products they solve. In other contexts, I have used Miro board to organize projects so that one section was research, another was the initial draft, and the last part was the final version.
  • Post it notes.
  • Ability to embed videos and other links.
  • Ability to create organized layouts.
  • You can’t directly add videos.
  • The drawings tools are just ok.
  • Possibly something that will scale initial font size to how zoomed in/out you are on the Miro board.
  • Greater engagement in the project.
  • N/A
I think it works well to reduce stress related to a project since it is a little more informal and allows for better idea flow. A confusing aspect is the different boards (like the educational board) and how you have to switch in between them. It wasn’t so clear initially that all of the team members had ended up on different boards and that we had the option to switch to work on the same one.
It was a bit of a learning curve simply because the concept of using this tool in a more professional space is unusual, but it served its purpose with organization and such. Getting everyone signed up correctly also took a little while, so that was one setback. Overall, it was fine.
It is convenient to be able to work outside of class time since I use Miro board as a college student and occasionally it is difficult to meet with other group members.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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It is good for ideating and brainstorming in an online collaborative world because of the sticky note feature. Additionally, it provides a space that is professional yet not rigid to freely place down ideas for a project. It is not really useful for an art class if you are trying to make a collaborative drawing since the drawing tools are not suited for that.