Miro as agile sofware tool
July 06, 2022

Miro as agile sofware tool

Juan Felipe Maillane Tabares | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use the tool to carry out the retrospective meetings of the project development sprints using the scrum methodology, in which we write the elements to improve, the successes, the opportunities for improvement, and the things that we must continue to do correctly in each project and for each team
  • Presentation layer
  • User experience
  • Free to use
  • The mobile user experience could be improved
  • The drag and drop function sometimes is hard to use
  • Reduce process documentation times
  • Increase team synergy
  • Better process understanding
I think for now everything is pretty good
Now I have not they have not had the opportunity to implement integrations so far, however, I know that you have different options for integrating with third-party systems
Yes, one of the main uses of the tool is the possibility of collaborating with colleagues in different physical locations and this is how we currently manage it for the retrospective meetings of each sprint in the projects.

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They are two very similar products in certain functionalities related to agile software development projects, however, at the user experience level, Miro is a little more flexible and easier to use than other similar ones.
The tool is optimal for analysis exercises and retrospectives in which it is necessary and useful to draw boards with process or information flow diagrams, also to document business processes or activities, or for the academic field.