Very good remote collaboration
March 02, 2022

Very good remote collaboration

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro to do collaborative and remote whiteboarding sessions for software design and also for SCRUM events. The mindmap tools also provide an excellent way to organize ideas and share these thoughts with the rest of the team. Presentations that need some interactivity are also a good use-case for Miro within my organization.
  • Mind Maps
  • Collaborative Whiteboards
  • Templates
  • Resource intensive for the PC
  • During the pandemic, helped a lot on performing discussions remotely
  • Helped communicating design ideas to other team members
It is very clean and easy to use, with a great way of displaying how other members are interfacing with the board. When there are quite some people working at the same time, it can make the browser and PC really slow though.
Was fairly easy to use with Microsoft teams, but not a lot of integration requirements from my usage.
It has greatly improved the ability to cooperate, especially compared with other competing tools like Microsoft Whiteboard, which has a lot less features and is incredibly unstable

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Whiteboard really has a limited feature set and the implementation is really unstable, which makes its continued usage really hard. Our team used it for a while, but quickly decided to switch to Miro because it was becoming a burden.

The whiteboard integration with other Microsoft products does work a little better as expected, but not enough to compensate for the other issues
Very well suited for remote whiteboarding and collaboration as well as agile way of working remotely.

Not very well suited for structured documentation or reviewing.