Miro Review
February 21, 2022

Miro Review

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Due to COVID19, we have used Miro in a way to present work and research in a gallery-like setting. Miro has been helpful in being able to display everyone's work side by side and allowed for a more involved group presentation, just as it had been in person. It has also allowed us a platform to refer back to documents that were discussed during previous meetings.
  • Allowing users to follow each other on the Miro board allows for smoother presentations
  • Being able to present an entire groups work side by side
  • Tools to edit the board to better organize information
  • Miro boards quickly become slow and difficult to use as more information is added, causing us to have to make entirely separate boards for the same topic
  • Ability to only create a limited amount of Miro boards without a membership
  • Repetitive anonymous usernames make it difficult to figure out who is who during a presentation
  • Promote studio/work culture
  • Promote understanding and engagement of objectives
  • Efficient online presentations
Miro is a great tool to promote a more collaborative work environment as well as to host smoother online presentations. When implementing Miro, it is important to promote it as a resource to refer back to afterward, rather than just a presentation board. However, it is important to be cautious of the amount of work added to each board, as it tends to crash unexpectedly.
Miro is very user-friendly and easy to understand. Most of the features and commands are intuitive which allows for it to easily be integrated into the workspace and be accessible to all.
After switching to a fully remote work environment, Miro has allowed our organization to present on one whiteboard simultaneously, just as we had done previously in person. This allowed our work to not be affected by the sudden switch to remote work. As we transition to in-person, we continue to use Miro as a way to quickly display our documents together without the need for printing.

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  • Zoom
Although Zoom allows us to share our screens during presentations, it quickly becomes confusing enough to distract us from presentations. Using Miro allows us to follow each other through the board without the need for constantly releasing and sharing each other's screens. It also allows us to look back on things from the presentation we want more information from after the meeting.
In situations where colleagues are struggling to promote engagement throughout a group presentation, I would recommend Miro as a way to display everyone's work side by side. This allows for a presentation that is easily accessible to everyone at any time. The format is especially useful to those trying to work from home who may feel isolated from their colleague's work/research.