Miro makes me feel like I'm going from 2D to 3D!!!
February 18, 2022

Miro makes me feel like I'm going from 2D to 3D!!!

Erin Harnden | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro in a number of ways, mainly solving our problem of active (and async) collaboration:
  • Collaborate on anything and everything quickly.
  • Create flow diagrams/pictures to illustrate initiatives/processes.
  • Jot down top-of-mind thoughts.

While the G-suite of products allows for collaboration, Miro takes it to another level visually and a picture is worth a thousand words.
  • Collaboration.
  • Visualization.
  • Easy to create process flows.
  • Sharing tips and key features...perhaps on sign-in, pop-up an option to learn about a key new feature to increase value.
  • It would be great to use a re-center function or use a smaller map to jump around more quickly rather than having to scroll and move around which seems slow sometimes.
  • Perhaps add a more traditional view of boards or offer the way to add a descriptor to help remember what the scope of a board is.
  • Definitely improved productivity.
  • Quicker turnaround on accomplishing goals since we are mostly remote and can collaborate almost as if we were in the same room.
  • When a tool works, there is just one less obstacle and it just elevates the overall effectiveness of everything else...hard to articulate but sort of like a rising tide lifts all the boats...
For the most part, a job well done! The only thing I would emphasize or identify from my perspective would be the key valuable characteristics of Miro being collaboration and visualization, which are critical as we work more and more remotely, now and likely going forward.
It pretty much worked as expected right out of the box. As simple as that.
Absolutely! Since we are working more and more remotely, this is critical and to feel like we are in the same room is powerful.

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They are good but Miro takes them from a 2-D to a 3-D sort of difference. While you still need a document sort of product, Miro satisfies the gap where we need to be able to see things and collaborate and it just makes it so easy but with heaps of features. Another way to put it would be there is Notepad and then there is Word/Docs...I think you know which one Miro is in this analogy.
We recently had to break down our BPMs (i.e. business priorities) and trace how they flowed up/down through from our team to the org. Miro let us create some simple flows, identify connections and itemize deliverables at each level and visualize how things flowed up/down.

We've also used it to brainstorm how our product/system architecture works today and identify ways it will work in the future. Miro lets us place these side by side and collaborate quickly and effectively on creating the new vision.