Miro helps you energizing your remote sessions
August 23, 2022

Miro helps you energizing your remote sessions

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is a great app for online collaboration. It helps you to turn passive online meetings into active workshops to get things actually done. Miro works quite well with bigger audiences, like >100 as well. Nevertheless, the real difference between an online time-wasting session or making an impact depends mostly on the skills and extra effort of the facilitator and the willingness of the participants to make it happen online.

Miro is often compared with MURAL. Personally, I don’t have a strong preference for one of them. Usage among my clients is 50/50. Every few months the reasons to choose for one for them change as well because they both develop (for example; more 3rd party integrations) at lightning speed.
  • Online collaboration
  • Using (open marketplace) templates
  • Enterprise level user management integration, incl. SSO
  • 3rd party integrations (like Jira, Azure DevOps, Asana)
  • Search and select Azure DevOps items
  • Navigation between Miro 'teams' versus 'Projects'
  • Miro contributes to more energized people during online sessions
  • Miro contributes to better online workshop results
  • Miro helps us with more transparency over teams, with the lack of physical walls
We work with the enterprise license, which includes excellent support from Miro, to get the setup with our SSO, etc. done perfectly.
cloud solution with good documentation, and in case you need more Miro support is great (at least with the license we have)
Miro helped a lot during and post-pandemic remote working

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?

Yes

Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Miro again?

Yes

Miro is often compared with MURAL. Personally, I don’t have a strong preference for one of them. Usage among my clients is 50/50. Every few months the reasons to choose for one for them change as well because they both develop (for example; more 3rd party integrations) at lightning speed.
Miro is best suited for interactive online workshops. Don’t use it, if you want to do a one-direction (ppt-like) presentation, but get yourself and an audience ready to really work together, online. It's less easy than a whitewall, brown paper, a post-it-like session in the office, but you can get pretty close to it, with some practice.