A great way to get everybody collaborating together!
March 10, 2022

A great way to get everybody collaborating together!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro in our organization for collaborative work that would have previously happened in shared documents. Miro has allowed us to, especially live on calls, work together through complex problems with easy collaboration. I love that I can easily share links with colleagues and they can gain access in seconds.
  • Templates, especially for retrospectives.
  • easy to sign up colleagues to get working immediately.
  • the ease of use of the different tools such as notepads.
  • I would love to see more templates available.
  • Quick guides are not always relevant.
  • improved productivity in creating company OKRs.
  • increased engagement in retrospective sessions, leading to better sprints.
i am not certain what is meant by implementation. I found the tool very easy to begin working with and extremely user friendly. we do not have a paid account so i cannot comment on that unfortunately. Overall i would say that i am satisfied with the implementation of Miro
This is a difficult question to answer too. I think that not having a paid account has made Miro more difficult to integrate with colleagues, who will access it for that session only but then not plan to come back to it. for creators of Miro boards, however, it has been very easy to integrate.
Miro has greatly impacted our ability to collaborate. I am a scrum master and run stand-up sessions, and have found Miro especially useful when reflecting with the team during retrospectives. The tool is fun (especially with templates) which has kept the team engaged well. Our workers are based in 5 different time zones so miro has helped to connect us.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


I think Prezi and Miro are very similar tools in their ability to make dynamic presentations. Prezi can make you feel a bit dizzy with all of the zooming in and out, though is probably more of a 'sandbox' tool than miro meaning you can do more creative fun things yourself for presentations. Miro's added collaboration element makes it my tool of choice, however.
Miro I feel is very well suited for collaborative sessions in which it is beneficial to get the involvement of as many participants as possible. Examples of this are retrospectives, all hands, and other sessions where collaboration is encouraged. It's hard to know where Miro is not well suited, but probably on documents that require version control and other features as I can not see when other people have edited work since I have been gone.