Expand your creative confidence
February 24, 2022

Expand your creative confidence

Karen Yau | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is a great collaboration tool. We use Miro to brainstorm, visualize and co-create as a team or with other collaborators. It helps individuals and teams to work together remotely and share their processes and document the journey. Even users who are not familiar with Miro find UX/UI easy to work with and enjoy the different creative and playful ways to express themselves.
  • it helps me to plot out my thoughts and move around my thought process very well
  • the templates are very user-friendly and creative a way to think about how one might workshop their specific work needs
  • I enjoy the almost instant and smooth interactiveness which gives remote work so manageable
  • find it difficult to create design and hand sketches (well) on the board - specifically when we are prototyping it would be good to just sketch out the concepts very quickly
  • find the kanban board not that user-friendly with limited sub-section or mark status or completion level like project management app
  • Would be great to explore building presentation collaboratively on Miro
  • We will run all workshops on Miro while I don't have a specific ROI tight to it, I guess it has saved us so much time from typing out or trying to document workshop contents because everything is on the board already
  • But compared to the stick note processes the visual effect is different, a post-it wall gives the participants a very different experience
So far all the Miro content online or on the website has been very helpful to get our team adapts to these digital tools. A few hold back mostly come from senior management or older participants, Miro to them are less official and give them a sense of still work in process compare to a written report or ppt presentation.
not sure if I completely understood the question, as I mentioned previously Miro has been quite easy for the team to adapt into their digital toolkits. While it may not have been used or integrated like Microsoft software like words, excel, or ppt but when executing or running a workshop, Miro is our go-to tool. Perhaps one of the difficulties for the integration is how to link the work done on Miro to our go-to office tools like a ppt deck or project management app
Indeed, it has helped us work with partners and collaborators from all over the world. Even without logging into the platform, the instantaneous and easy-to-navigate user experience reduces the barrier to being part of and contributing to the workshops. It exemplifies our team's motto to introduce a new way of working during the remote setting and help foster teammates to create.

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I never compared them specifically as I was invited to those as participants a while back.....but from what I can recall Conceptboard seems less UX and UI friendly. The mural is probably a closer alternative for me if I were to pay for the service myself, their platform felt very sharp, colorful, and ecstatically more engaging...
I think Miro is great for workshopping whether it's for individuals to think through a work processor with a bigger team to brainstorm verbally how they might want to tackle and workshop an idea or specific work needs. Not great when a team is working with multiple documents where they need to bring in excel, presentation, or other data sources