Miro makes remote collaboration easy and fun
April 15, 2022

Miro makes remote collaboration easy and fun

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro to draft up ideas, host meetings, and provide a workspace for me to organize my thoughts. It is self-described as a digital whiteboard, and honestly, that's a perfect description. Miro shines with its multiplayer mode -- much like google docs, I can bring people in to see what I'm working on, they can provide comments or edit directly, and we can collaborate in a live environment. Some people use Miro to build out strategies as well. :)
  • Miro's controls are stellar -- the right click to drag around is fantastic.
  • Bulk insert mode for their Post-Its is *incredible.* It allows me to add information quickly, as if I were entering into a spreadsheet.
  • Miro lets me choose what I show to people in a preview window -- it's a nice touch when sharing out docs to new people.
  • Though perhaps not entirely unique to Miro, it handles a lot of users at once quite well. I've been in Miros with 20+ people at once.
  • Miro's desktop app is not great. I often prefer to use my browser and don't really see the benefit of the local version.
  • When using post-it notes, I'd love for Miro to provide better text formatting options (e.g. bolding)
  • If Miro could add a dark mode (or if there is one, make it more obvious), I'd love that
  • While I did not choose to acquire miro, it has proven to be a big ROI on time. It's easy to learn and people like using it.
I've found Miro to be easy to use. Their mouse controls are really where Miro shines. I wish all platforms used Miro's right-click to drag feature. The teams-based side of Miro is hard to understand. There's a chance I incidentally have two Miro subscriptions under two teams.
Miro existed when I joined my company, so I'm not entirely sure how easy or hard it was to integrate.
Miro empowers me to work with people in basically any location, both synchronously and asynchronously. I feel like my previous points describe this well.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?


Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

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  • MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
Mural is not as pretty as Miro, nor is it easy to use. Miro is far snappier and an overall better experience.
Miro is a fantastic product for brainstorming sessions with small and large teams. Independent work -- brainstorming or otherwise Presenting ideas with things like timelines and roadmaps collaborative work in real-time. Miro is not best served when used for Data entry and Data visualization. Miro is good for promoting ideas, not for distilling minute details of Text-based problems. If it can go in a Google Doc, it probably should.