Miro software for specific tasks
March 25, 2022

Miro software for specific tasks

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

For meetings, especially with scrum methodology. Also to have conversations between boss and employees.
  • A lot of users can use it at the same time
  • Different tools to work with
  • Enhancements with Microsoft Teams
  • should be more intuitive
  • more easier to not get lost when zooming
  • Easier communication between colleagues
  • Good to combine with Agile methodology
  • Less time required to end meetings as all can participate at the same time
It's a really good tool. However, we normally need some different tools to work with. And Miro does not have all capacities that a worker needs. For example, for complete detailed information about tasks, I always use OneNote. I can't do the same with Miro as Miro seems much easier to work with brief information.
It's just an email and a password. With a simple link, all our colleagues can log in. I guess that this kind of quick access is that it's needed nowadays. Also, it's really incredible that many people can participate at the same time, or even when the meeting has ended.
As I mentioned, Miro is used in our company normally into meetings. We use it when we have the training, or when we have the daily stand-up with other involved teams in my project. It becomes an easy way to share information about what do each team does and hence, everybody can participate, give ideas, and so on.

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In the end, miro is better used for specific tasks like sharing information during a meeting. But as I mentioned, other tools have their advantages against Miro, like OneNote and its capacity to store information, Excel to execute formulas or Teams for dynamic meetings. Each tool has its purpose at the end.
Well suited: - Meetings - Talks - Compile brief information between some colleagues Less appropriate: - For detailed information - For own tasks that don't involve other people (I tend to use OneNote for this)