Great start but issues later.
Updated February 28, 2022

Great start but issues later.

Joe Sae | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Learning the program is easy enough, the biggest complaint would be the lag if there is too much going on in the board. had about 120 members and they didn't really work and most of the members had to results to email and another program because of how laggy it was. The image size requires can be kinda weird too, should have some sort of converting function for larger jpegs.
  • Collaboration
  • Team
  • Brainstorming
  • Lagging
  • Grouping Miro boards.
  • Productive
  • Transparent
So far Miro has been easy to use but hard to master. There are a lot of functions I or my colleges haven't been pushed to try really. Would like to see Miro connect to other programs since Miro is typically used alongside video calls that way we're all looking at the same thing.
Only took about a week to really get a good feeling of the program.
Works best for creative teams of 10-30. No less isn't as efficient as a team and Discord-oriented meetings and anymore starts to run into lag and messy boards. Presentation is also often used in miro so better showing that off would be helpful similar to other presentation slides.

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Works well for classes and larger creative endeavors. Easy to see everyone's work and progress especially. In groups larger than 10 Miro makes sense but anything smaller a discord or Teams makes more sense. There isn't really a notification function so you are forced to use another program besides Miro. I don't think miro should create their own notifications or messaging board, but maybe better connect with Zoom, Teams, and discord.