Godsend for Project Mapping
February 26, 2022

Godsend for Project Mapping

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro on a daily basis for everything from prioritisation of projects to project management and UX research and testing. I work closely with the UX Designers Product Owners and Managers to map out customer journeys, brainstorm ideas, and conduct competitor research or create things like mood boards. Miro is instrumental in our discovery, delivery, and optimisation work, and it also makes it fun to collaborate with all different teams on different topics or areas of the business. I love using it and couldn't imagine having so much success in our team without it.
  • Simple interface.
  • UX-oriented tools.
  • Seamless collaboration.
  • Navigation to easily move around very large boards.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Streamlined project management and workflows.
  • Stronger team communication and collaboration.
I was not involved with the implementation of Miro as I believe the company had already been using it for some time before I started.
I don't take care of integration or management of tools at the organisation, but the team are all very well-versed in Miro regardless of their roles so I imagine it was relatively easy to get everyone on board and feeling comfortable with using the platform.
Our team is fully remote (interstate and international), so it makes collaboration extremely easy for us, all in real time.

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Miro is great for both formal and informal work scenarios. We use it regularly for project management and collaboration, in order to keep track of what projects are on the horizon and who to assign to each one (using the name tags). It has also been great for informal chats such as "retros" where we reflect on a recent sprint or project and discuss what went well/could have been done differently. We'll even put team shout-outs and other social chats together on there (e.g. code of conduct for Zoom meetings, fun ice breakers, and team bonding exercises).