Miro is the answer to my prayers!
February 21, 2022

Miro is the answer to my prayers!

David Hunter | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

1) Capturing screenshots and flows 2) Whiteboarding/brainstorming 3) Collaborative design thinking 4) Inspiration boards
  • Capturing screenshots and flows
  • Whiteboarding/brainstorming
  • Collaborative design thinking
  • Inspiration boards
  • Although Miro is intended for online use, it would sometimes be useful to be able to output into an offline format, like a PPT deck or for printing (tbh, I'm not fully aware of how much this capability might already exist)
  • Better collaboration
  • Better knowledge sharing
  • Improved results in shorter time
  • Much efficiency in communication (no emails or files being sent around)
Being browser-based has a few drawbacks Miro can't control (sometimes laggy, sometimes flaky), but the fact that it's totally system agnostic (OS-agnostic, browser-agnostic, doesn't require any software installations), and the fact that the boards are accessible from anywhere, more than makeup for it. Since it is cloud-based, however, in some scenarios with some customers, we might not be able to use it (some customers won't have anything to do with anything cloud-based, only on-prem installations.)
tbh, I haven't had to think about this much...
It's leaps and bounds beyond anything before. I've spent 20 years trying to replace having a wall with paper stuck to it - remote people couldn't see it, it couldn't be archived (beyond taking a picture of it), and eventually, somebody would need the room and you'd have to take everything down. Especially during the pandemic, it's impossible for the whole team to gather around a wall, anyway. Miro is my dream product!

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  • FigJam and MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
FigJam is not as mature or powerful, but it's been easier to share it with everybody and have them all be editors. With Miro, there's some confusion around everybody having to have a seat and be on the same team.

Mural, feature-wise, (and without a lot of usage) seems pretty identical to Miro (right down to the name).
Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Figma, UserTesting
I feel like you've asked the same question 3 times...

Capturing screens and flows for current-state and/or competitive analysis
Collaborative design thinking
Inspiration board