Miro in Tech
August 18, 2022

Miro in Tech

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use Miro boards with artists and project managers at my job. We're able to come up with advertising concepts by looking at our entire image portfolio linked on the Miro board, come up with a workback schedule, set due dates, and understand how we're going to make our monthly cadence all on Miroboard. It's good to be able to brainstorm in a visual way, too.
  • Miro is great for virtual learners because we can show images
  • Miro allows for folks to be able to work together in a creative setting
  • Miro's tools are easy to pick up and consistently use
  • Sometimes the mouse controls on Miro is confusing for first time users
  • The onboarding process for Miro can be intimidating for folks without a technical background
  • If folks are using other programs and services, they might not want to add a whole new program to their daily use list
  • Miro has allowed for communication between folks in different time zones easier
  • Visual learners appreciate Miro and can get concepting done more
  • We had reduced projection completion time by 3%
Miro is hard to implement for the older generation who are not technically inclined, so it can be hard to onboard those people. Miro had good tutorials for people that were group-heavy to test out the full weight of Miro. But at the same time, it can be intimidating for the older generation. I think having smaller, slower sessions for people who are older might help.
I thought Miro was easy to implement in my own business daily life, but I can't give a proper estimate on how it was integrated from a technological standpoint. I was able to get all of my artists and project managers onto Miro eventually, but it's been difficult for the older generation who have been here for a long time.
Miro has made it easier to collaborate on new projects. It is helpful for visual learners who work in advertising at my company to work on new marketing initiatives. Brainstorming is fun because it leaves a paper trail, and people can write post-it notes as if it were real life.

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Miro is great for co-working but not so good for folks who work in a silo or work with a lot of teams. I think it works for small teams who are collaborative better. It can be intimidating for older users who are not technically inclined, so it should primarily be used by artists and producers or project managers. In some instances, too many cooks in the kitchen could also cause confusion, but I think Miro can use a ton of different people at once.