Lifesaver during the fully remote environment.
March 16, 2022

Lifesaver during the fully remote environment.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use it for different purposes across teams. I will list some of them below 1. Brainstorming different design alternatives 2. Draw architecture diagrams 3. Whiteboarding during system design interviews 4. Sometimes map project dependencies across teams so that we can track how we are doing across projects and whether we are on track for project deadlines, etc.
  • Drawing fancy architecture diagrams: Miro allows combining various blocks so that we can explain our architecture with the respective blocks.
  • Sprint planning: We use for tracking the backlog.
  • Retrospective meeting: we can use for sprint retrospectives.
  • Learning curve: with so many features to use, we had to go through a few training sessions from the Miro team to really understand the power and features available.
  • Diagram Export: Exporting the miro board as a diagram can be a little challenging sometimes if you want to do it in any format other than PDFs.
  • Better collaboration across teams.
  • Better way to share ideas and discuss options.
Not sure I understand the question. I don't have more insights than using Miro. If this is asking for how does the access pattern work, then I can talk a little bit about it. When we started using it, it was an individual person signing up and then we had a limitation on how to share across the team. Once the single sign-on was implemented, we were able to share across the team and use the full benefits of Miro.
I would say yes because as I explained my answer to the previous question, initial it was a bit challenging to share across the team but once we implemented the single sign-on it was pretty easy to integrate with our Google suite, Slack, Jira, and other tools we use internally to collaborate.
Yes, Miro has been a lifesaver during the virtual world where everyone was remote and we had to figure out how to go back to the drawing board and brainstorm. Once we got the initial training and access via single sign-on it was a pretty smooth sailing ride for collaboration on new or existing projects.

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We have used in the past and still use it in some places but one major place where Miro shines is the collaborative space. Miro has a rich set of features that are useful when we want to have a discussion or join virtually on some projects. is good for individual work and then sharing with the team whereas Miro powers teamwork.
A) Well suited Miro is a good tool when you want to: 1) Brainstorming design ideas; 2) Taking meeting notes such as sprint retrospective, roadmap planning, etc. 3) Collaborative sessions where multiple people are involved B) Less Appropriate Miro is not a good choice when 1) You have to share the board with someone who can't access Miro 2) Export the ideas and clip it in some document or presentation.