Best ideation and visualization tool
March 10, 2022

Best ideation and visualization tool

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I used Miro a lot for the online workshops. When we have a topic and we need everyone to input their ideas, it is the best tool to allow groups to interact with each other on the same board. Very easy to share ideas in a visualized way. The voting feature works very well when we need to make some decisions. The authentication method could be better if we could lock part of the board and only allow editing other parts.
  • post note
  • voting
  • see each other mouses
  • bring everyone to me
  • Export the board in a nice visualised format
  • Sharing and editing part of the board, not all
  • See who is making what change
  • Visualise ideas and process
  • Simplify the ideation process
  • Improved productivity
It is very easy for people to jump on board with the implementation of Miro but it requires a bit of time to set up a new board for every workshop. The template is good to start but populating initial input and data could be very time-consuming. Ideally, we could have some customizable theme and some sort of integration for the board so that it would be easier to set up and maintain
We haven't done any integration yet so there is no comment on this
Miro allows collaboration between teams remotely. Especially during the last couple of years with the COVID situation, we have conducted a lot of workshops online with people from all over the world. This would not be possible without Miro. This also allows us to have a visualized record of the outcome of each workshop or meeting. Without Miro, all ideas would just be plain text which is boring.

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Both Jira and Trello are in a quite fixed way in terms of how it works and how they should be used. Miro allows a lot more flexibility in terms of how we could use the board and how to share ideas. Also, the visualization is much better in Miro. We can set up the different backgrounds and different themes for each board and also attach a lot of images on the board in a very flexible way.
Jira Software, Atlassian Confluence, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
Best scenario: Remote Workshop or ideation about a topic. Get a group of people to vote for different ideas and have a transparent outcome/conclusion. People share ideas with each other. Visualize the process using different templates or charts. Agile ways of working for different types of boards. Less appropriate: Tracking the progress. Formal documentation.

Using Miro

  • Ideation
  • Voting for ideas
  • Visualise process
  • Visualise the business process
  • Share personal photos and socialization
  • Manage project timeline
Overall it gives us a much better interaction for remote workshop and meetings. It also allow us visualise a lot of different things which would make team clear on the process and aligned with each other.