August 16, 2022


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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We have been using Miro to run retros given that the team is not collocated. We have used a few different 'games' for which I usually would create a board template that we would then copy
  • you can work on the same object at the same time
  • you can see where other participants are and so you can help them find you by telling them where they are relative to you
  • You can open it on your phone via an app or via browser. I prefer the app
  • The web experience is worth the app IMO -- scrolling vs zooming seems to get me a lot of times
  • I wish there was an easier way to put a 'dot' on the post-it for voting. We get around it by putting different figures but in somehow first few games it always slows people down to figure it out.
  • Wish there was a stopwatch ticking away in front of all within the space. At least in the free version, there is not any
  • Improve communication
  • easier way to discover what we can improve
  • team building tool
it's not hard to register and start using the product. I like the app more than I like the web browser version which for me has been more difficult in terms of scrolling/ zooming.
We have not integrated it since we've been using it gorilla style rather than sponsored/ supported group-wise.
We use it for retros exactly in this kind of scenario i.e. while we are not collocated. It helped a lot to have a visual tool in which we can collaborate.

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Would you buy Miro again?


It's great for retros