Miro - a fantastic tool for digital collaboration, problem solving and to support rapid decision making
Updated May 02, 2023

Miro - a fantastic tool for digital collaboration, problem solving and to support rapid decision making

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro almost every day, to facilitate better working sessions with individuals, squads, and large-scale cross-functional workshops. I find it very effective in supporting collaborative analysis, problem-solving, rapid decision-making, and solution design.
  • rapid decision making
  • collaboration and problem solving with large teams
  • easy visualisation of design thinking process activities and outputs
  • Keeping people present & engaged in a meeting
  • Easily sharing concepts and outcomes with wider groups of stakeholders
  • Workshop facilitation & preparation
  • really need a right hand triangle vector shape please!
  • Licence model makes it hard to get engagement & usage levels up so its useful. If more people had access to read / comment & interact for specific meetings that would make it a more valuable tool, and easier to justify the business case to keep it
  • Improved productivity
  • Improved engagement and participation in complex problem solving activities
  • faster, better decision making & stickability of those decisions
Providing quick stat training is important, to help people understand the base concepts. Many people are unfamiliar with digital facilitation & online collaboration tools
seems to be very easy
I work with people in multiple locations. It has meant our working sessions are very productive and engaging. People often feel more energized & enthusiastic after a collaborative working session, Miro's visual tools make this super easy.

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MURAL has better licencing model, as does Microsoft

Miro had better templates & usability but MURAL is catching up
I used Miro with a large group of senior leaders to workshop and decide the OKRs for the quarter. We used the tool alongside MS Teams for breakout rooms. With the pre-work we did to set up the boards and design the workshop flow, we found this far more effective (time/quality of output & engagement) than doing this event face to face.