August 17, 2022


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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is generally used to do presentations at my organization. Due to the pandemic, the transition of the work environment into remote has made it difficult to communicate with the respective teams and be constantly updated about the status of work. Miro has eased this issue by being a single platform where all the work can be shared, discussed, constantly updated, and critiqued by different users on the team. The ease of using it makes it, even more, user-friendly.
  • Collaboration
  • User friendly
  • Platform for posting most recent updates
  • Easy markups
  • Redlining
  • Helping with brainstorming and design decisions
  • A lot of features/clicks could be similar to other commonly used software
  • Scrolling
  • Zooming in and out
  • Panning
  • Pens
  • Could include symbols
  • Printing or pdf generation from a view
  • Improved productivity
  • Reduced project coordination time
  • Improved collaboration
I feel it's already doing a great job. It doesn't have some numerical or technical features but I believe that the platform is not basically meant for that. But besides that, it's going great. Very helpful and collaborative. It could use some more improvement in including some of the predefined sheet sizes etc.
We have used it for mainly integration purposes in the past. Mainly, collaboration with design teams, sharing information with the clients and capturing comments. So far it has worked out great and is doing great in terms of integration. There can be some additional updates but the ones that are prevailing are pretty efficient.
Honestly, I do not have experience in collaboration on new projects. But as I understand the process would be very similar to the regular process. So it would be more or less the same. It is very easy to use and a lot efficient. Initially setting up a project might take a bit of effort but it's worth it.

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Miro is well suited in scenarios that involve design decision-making, mainly activities like brainstorming an idea or sharing information for review and critique. It is very helpful because of it is a single platform to share a lot of information easily and receive comments/critiques from different users. Besides, another interesting thing is that it captures the comments/reviews in the written format which means the one working on it does not need to separately take notes. However, Miro does not yet have the capability to collaborate with project managers or include provisions for technicalities of various design projects.