Miro is a fantastic tool for agile teams
February 21, 2022

Miro is a fantastic tool for agile teams

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for the organization of our Agile meetings, such as OKR sessions or retrospectives. For us, it is a very visual tool that helps us hold sessions with many people at the same time in an orderly manner. The versatility of the tool makes it very adaptable to any type of meeting.
  • voting tool
  • versatility
  • templates
  • navegation
  • know the password of a whiteboard without restoring it
  • chat
  • improved productivity
  • facilitates group work
  • improve delivery times if used correctly
The implementation of Miro in the company was simple thanks to the advice of the Miro team, it was well-received by the users, and above all its use in our case is more oriented to the Agile Couches team for the Agile sessions, both internally and for the rest of the company's users
The implementation of Miro is important for our company since in current times and with teleworking many of the team members work in different cities or countries. For this reason, Miro allows us to do a more efficient job than if it is done in person. For that reason, it is highly recommended

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When we evaluated the aforementioned tools, we opted for Miro since they seemed more complete to us and it was the one that was best received by the users with whom we validated it. In almost all cases it covered all the expected needs for a tool of this type
Miro is the perfect tool for managing and organizing teams that work with agile methodologies, so I would totally recommend its use in those cases. I don't see it as useful for teams that work with waterfall methodology. I recommend its use for meetings but not for day-to-day work, in those cases, there are options like Jira that are more advisable