A truly synonym of collaboration
April 08, 2022

A truly synonym of collaboration

Jaqueline Rodrigues Damazio 🏳‍🌈 | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I often use Miro for making wireframes and user flows. It's more unusual, but I've already made some roadmaps and tried to make a kanban. Sometimes my team used to make a funny or interesting sprint retrospective on Miro. Generally, my product owners used to make a brief flowchart in Miro to align with the rest of the team. To bring different people like developers or product managers, it's so much easy to make a video with Miro on screen sharing.
  • Paste data, images, links and presentations in the boards
  • Put a timer for making activities in the board, in addition to being able to listen music
  • Follow people in the board and don't be lost
  • Make good integrations with Google, Teams and Figma
  • A range wireframe and icons library to draw user flows or wireframes quickly
  • A better loading
  • Can make a voice call in Miro besides videocall
  • Quickly "Delete board" function
  • Export to SVG
  • Improved productivity
  • More workshops
  • Remote team together even though online
  • Quicker return on investment
It's a really quick implementation because their strategy is based on PLG (product led-growth), and in a couple of days, we have already used this product.
Because I don't integrate much Miro, currently, I install a Miro integration on Google Calendar in my Gsuite. It seems easy, but I still don't test.
We can make more workshops and iterations meetings. Besides is so much easy create a Miro board and quickly send a URL to a colleague to collaborate on that board. Miro impacted our collaboration because anyone can enter the board, and the feedback comes easy- the critiques.

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- Easy access
- Better understanding to use (Figma or FigJam still don't recognizable and much for designers)
- Don't need a call to make happen
Good Scenarios for Miro:
- A design sprint
- Sprint retrospectives
- To draw user flows and wireframes
- Make flowcharts
- A good sprint analysis
- Make a mood board for visual design or arts
- Run a workshop

Bad Scenarios to Miro:
- Create high-fidelity prototypes
- Make complex flowcharts
- Detailed drawings