great tool for engaging workshops and efficient way to gather data from a group
Updated January 31, 2023

great tool for engaging workshops and efficient way to gather data from a group

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Good product, easy to use for workshop participants with no prior experience. Helps provide a more engaging experience for meeting participants, and allows the collection of many people's thoughts at once (rather than spending time collecting everyone's views one by one which can become time-consuming). Would recommend it for anyone facilitating larger meetings.
  • User engagement
  • Ease of use
  • Ease of sign in
  • Can't force unregistered participants to input a username (i.e. disable anonymous responses).
  • Poor implementation of voting/rating/quantitative functionality (e.g. being able to rate a point on a scale).
  • Reduce time spent in workshops/meetings.
  • More engagement across stakeholders.
Room for improvement regarding quantitative data collection (e.g. functionality seen in Mentimeter).
Very simple to use for new users.
Enables improved stakeholder engagement in virtual meetings which can be laborious.

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Miro is better for qualitative data collection and more abstract thinking.
Mentimeter, Slido, MURAL (formerly
Miro is suited to qualitative sessions aiming to get thoughts on topics. It is less suited to a session that requires any quantitative inputs such as rating questions on a scale, prioritizing actions, etc.