Great tool for remote collaboration and idea generation
Updated April 07, 2022

Great tool for remote collaboration and idea generation

Jeff Redclift | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We initially used Miro only as a virtual white board to enable asynchronous brainstorming and idea generation. We have started to use it to visually plan out various next steps in the process of taking the ideas through development stages and hope to see this work all the way through to final customer shipment
  • easy to navigate even as the white board grows in size
  • expandable so ideas aren't limited
  • incorporates all types of input - text, pictures, handwritten notes, etc
  • initial licensing was confusing - free vs corporate sponsored
  • increased idea generation beyond what we were able to get from other virtual brainstorming sessions
our implementation of licensing made it difficult to get started
once you know how to create a team it is easy to get them started and sharing input
we are only in a pilot phase but it is already bringing in many more ideas from remote workers than any previous attempts

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honestly the other tools we tried were so bad they didn't last long enough for me to be able to remember their name
it is really good to capture thoughts in a white board style environment - this can help ease transition from needing to be physically present to allowing for remote participation having the ability to completely anonymize input could be a value add in some teams if there are large experience differences - take away the fear of providing dumb comments