Miro Review
February 26, 2022

Miro Review

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro for all of my daily tasks within my organization. I use it especially when it comes to feedback sessions for branding and illustration. We do collaborative sessions within the organization which includes all people to gather good feedback across each step of our iterative sprints and design process. These collaborative sessions stem for about two weeks at a time and through it, we use Miro for our sketching phase to collaborate and then when we digitize items. Using the sticky notes to leave live feedback and follow along with the cursors.
  • The use of allowing people to do collaborative sessions
  • Being able to implement use cases for each piece of feedback given
  • Sticky notes, being able to follow the presenter
  • Making it easier to install plugins
  • Bringing in pieces from other parts of different programs to view
  • More typography variations for text options
  • The feedback has helped my business grow tremendously.
  • Being able to give live presentations has really helped me with giving good feedback.
  • The area that could be improved is on video.
Implementing Miro into my daily activities has been an easy venture and a hard one because I was able to put everything in one place but at the same time, I was previously using FigJam and had to learn two pieces of software at once.
Miro is easily integrated into other pieces of software and easily able to be shared with others.
The collaboration feature has been the best because it has allowed me to be able to do multiple things at once with multiple people.

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Since my company uses Figma a lot, I wanted to use FigJam to try it out and it easily implements itself to Figma. Miro is easily implemented but it is a little harder to use since FigJam seamlessly integrates with Figma.
Miro would be best suited for people who are designers, creatives, and higher-ups. It allows for people to collaborate together and individually. It is especially good for feedback amongst people who might be in need of fast feedback or need sticky notes for future pieces or presentations that they are putting together.