Remote Planning Workshops Easy
February 21, 2022

Remote Planning Workshops Easy

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro facilitates online collaboration with many, many users, it also provides a great unrestricted canvas for sharing ideas and collective planning. We use Miro in a variety of scenarios, but primarily for scaled agile planning of software development projects.
  • Allows multiple users to edit the same board simultaneously
  • It is really easy and intuitive to use
  • The unrestricted size of the canvas is very empowering
  • It is easy to drag objects on the board by mistake, and these can be hard to undo
  • The way the users and projects are setup and permissions could be clearer
  • Integration with other tools, export, and imports can always be increased and improved.
  • Enabled development teams to plan together while working 100% remote.
  • Reduced the amount of rework required later in projects because dependencies are visualized and discussed collaboratively
  • Because its live, planning boards can be maintained providing continued value.
This is a cloud based tool, so no implementation required.
You need to pay for the enterprise version to get all the integration modules.
Miro has greatly enhanced our organization's ability to collaborate remotely in large workshops. It is easy to use, has many useful widgets, and the infinite canvas in conjunction with easy zooming works really well. The fact that it allows multiple concurrent editors is essential in large workshops where multiple teams can work separately and then come back together to discuss.

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Miro is well suited to online meetings where a shared whiteboard/canvas is useful. Also if you want to allow concurrent editing of the same canvas by multiple users then it is ideal. It is less suited to formal documents where you need to track changes or provide version control.