Facilitating collaboration with Miro.
February 21, 2022

Facilitating collaboration with Miro.

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro mainly for the Sprint Retrospective in Scrum teams. It's an easy way to get input from all the team members and structure the information. It's also a break from static tools by providing a hands-on environment where users can freely edit and drag their notes, comments, and items.
  • Facilitate collaboration
  • Structure feedback
  • Create an overview of important topics during Retrospective
  • 3d-effects could use some polishing
  • Ability to control the viewport of members by letting them follow your cursor
  • Ability to lock a certain tile/object
  • Structure meetings
  • Facilitate collaboration
  • Enables discussion
Overall useful product and collaboration tool. Considering the implementation of the tool, I like the collaborative aspect it creates. The look and feel of the tool could use a little upgrade, but the functionalities are definitely there.
Setting up Miro is pretty easy, you just create an account and create a board or select one of the preset templates. This allows for easy integration into your current processes. Colleagues or team members can easily understand the interface, it's pretty much plugged and play. Sometimes there is a little mixing up when finding out how to zoom and how to move across the board, but that's normal in my opinion.
Normally we would have a retro session at the office with notes sticking to the wall/glass. With remote working, Miro is a perfect solution to keep the benefits of post-it sessions while facilitating remote working / hybrid workplaces. We can start the project earlier because we don't have to consider crammed agendas and traveling times.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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I would recommend using Miro for Scrum or Agile processes. It facilitates collaboration and information sharing. We use it a lot during scrum events, especially the Retrospective. Besides that, you can create an easy overview of all important items and topics. It would be nice if you could take more control as the owner of the board, and sometimes the appearance feels a bit outdated, but nothing a little polishing can't fix.