Miro - the ideal app for collaborative working.
Updated March 21, 2022

Miro - the ideal app for collaborative working.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

A very useful form of software in the realm of architecture - allows you to easily format and create a portfolio style template, particularly suited for this day and age due to the emergence of online working and remote work in general. Very straightforward and hassle-free to use, does not require any practice or expertise
  • Integrate images and text succinctly
  • Store and make notes
  • Work collaboratively with others
  • Share work with others
  • Input lag/errors when there is large sized images imported
  • When many users are active at once, can be slow
  • Issue with random crashes of site
  • Time saved
  • No data loss
  • Improved productivity
Very easy to enroll and integrate into the department, had no issues with getting myself and everyone else onto the software, and did not need any special training or lessons to figure out how to use it - rather it was very clear and concise which meant that after a brief amount of time one would just be able to pick up all the skills necessary.
As mentioned previously, ease of integration into the environment is seamless as there is no hassle or complications, or difficulties in general to use Miro. It is very user-friendly and visually very simple which allows users to use this without any stress or issues.
Allows all students to easily work with one another either on a single board or via viewing each other's boards. This means they can share ideas and visually see what others are doing, an improved version of other forms of collaboratively working where there isn't an actual visual concept attached. Also is up to date, see what others can do live.

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Due to Miro being online it is preferable to these two, as you won't have any issues with having different versions of work i.e some being updated whilst others are older or previous versions. Miro is also much easier to learn to use as you can pick it up straight away.
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Adobe PhotoShop
Well suited for small projects where the images imported will not be very large. Also well suited for collaboratively working with others. Less appropriate perhaps for large scale work as there is a limit on the size of files that can be imported and also becomes quite a slow running which hinders the ability to use the software