Great collaborative whiteboard
February 17, 2022

Great collaborative whiteboard

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro for three main tasks: 1. Use it as a whiteboard to brainstorm and discuss ideas, and move on to fine-tuning the design and architecture of the product. 2. Use it to make low-fidelity prototypes for quick user feedback and iterative refinement. 3. Use it for user feedback coding and affinity mapping to drive future iterations.
  • Allow very easy and low barrier collaboration with stakeholders.
  • Quick gathering and sense-making from user feedback using sticky notes and comments.
  • Create rough UI sketches of the product for quick feedback.
  • Beautiful flow-chart for presentations.
  • The iPad (apple pencil) experience is still clumsy.
  • The memory and CPU requirements could be improved.
  • The wireframe library is a bit limited.
  • Our meetings run much faster - since everyone is on the same page.
  • We can include more stakeholder without increasing the communication costs much.
  • We can also do async communication using comments which can be addressed before the meeting - saving us a lot of time.
Miro has a very intuitive and beautiful interface that makes it fun to work on the project.
I don't really use any integrations right now, hence I cannot comment on it.
Most of our team is working remotely due to the pandemic. So the virtual whiteboard really makes us feel at our office while being at home. In fact, the virtual whiteboard has many more features which are enjoyable than the physical one. We would like to continue using Miro even after we return to the office.

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Best used as a whiteboard for brainstorming sessions and sense-making sessions with the team. We use Miro very frequently to map out our projects and how it ties well to our goal. We also merge these boards with user feedback to understand patterns and drive future iterations of the product. There are some amazing templates that Miro provides that help you get started very quickly.