Enhance collaboration regardless of location
August 11, 2022

Enhance collaboration regardless of location

Maria Isabel Arapa | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I've been using Miro in Design Thinking sessions where collaboration is highly needed. This is usually related to process improvements and also product/solution design.
Our teams are in different countries and Miro allows us to collaborate during the meetings and also offline, offering a varied selection of tools to spark creativity compared to other tools like Jamboard
  • Variety of designs/Template
  • More space to collaborate on a broader design
  • Very intuitive. Tons of tools but easy to understand.
  • The amount of messages over email alerting changes in the board. Just the panel on the board to track changes is enough
  • Reduce time designing
  • Reduce time compiling product iterations in one single board
  • new users were able to understand it very fast (one single session)
In the last project I used Miro, I was the only one that knew Miro in a group of 10. Miro was adopted right away, almost no training was needed because it's very intuitive and everyone was able to access the boards, add their ideas, and iterate online and offline, which reduced the work dramatically. It's so user-friendly that almost no training or explanation was needed.
No issues at all while integrating it with other tools. However, we didn't integrate it with so many other tools. Maybe in a future project with higher complexity, we'll be able to test it.
In the last projects where we used Miro, the team members were in Europe, US and south America. Not only the adoption but the actual work with Miro was easy. Each member was able to collaborate, integrate ideas, keep the design moving forward off-line and keep track of changes very effectively.
Miro played a key role in enhancing collaboration across locations

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We still use Jamboard since our company is integrated with gSuite. However Miro over Jamboard because of its functionality
In my opinion, Jamboard is too narrow and way too simple when it comes to collaborating on larger projects. Miro provides more space and details that can really capture the complexity of a design on one single board. The fact that Miro offers templates makes it faster to start the work instead of creating it on my own. It's faster, intuitive, and enhances our collaboration.