Miro Review - June 2022
June 20, 2022

Miro Review - June 2022

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I've using Miro quite recently due to some projects I got involved with that were placed in Miro. After these experiences I start creating some boards for myself in order to facilitate the visualisation of my tasks, notes and projects. I usually use the pre-defined templates available in Miro and then make some adjustments as needed, but I really find them very useful for insights on how to organize information.
  • Free templates.
  • Follow someone's screen view when logged in the same board.
  • Stickers library.
  • Add and reply comment functions.
  • It is not very easy to use the shapes and arrows. Usually, I spend a lot of time trying to make a chart flow from the scratch.
  • Formatting the text is also not very practical as you expected it to be.
  • There's no option to copy the formatted text and apply on somewhere else.
  • It is not very easy to edit the templates. The shapes and other elements come groped and it makes it hard to change one of them.
  • Reduced time.
  • Reduced misunderstandings (clear view of information).
It could be easier to use. I usually spend quite time making charts from the scratch, and that is definitely a lowlight of the tool.
The sign-up steps are always annoying, and in Miro is no different. Also I couldn't easily set up my preferences of emails received.
It definitely helped! The most aggregated value of Miro is that people are able to see information in a visually appealing way, therefore they are more likely to understand the information and the awareness is well succeed.

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MindMup is easier to create charts and workflows - I would expect the same usability in Miro as I find Miro more complex to create things from the scratch.
I really like using Miro to organize information, it can be from my personal notes, meeting notes, task lists or even project details. There're a lot of templates available for a variety of scenarios, and that makes everything easier. These templates also give you insights into the thinking flow you may like to take, which can help a lot when you don't know where to start or if you have to prioritise information points. I've also used Miro to put up design workflows, working alongside UX teams. It really works.

Regarding less appropriate scenarios, I don't have anything in particular in mind.