great impact on work, very useful and intuitive tool!
September 02, 2022

great impact on work, very useful and intuitive tool!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Over the last two years I have used Miro mainly for the initial brainstorming phase shared with the team as well as for organizing project ideas and presentations on my own. I find it a very convenient tool for remote working, but also for keeping my own progress on projects in order.
  • synchronised co-creation
  • planning online
  • wireframing
  • online creative workshop
  • creation of slides
  • improve performance while using the tool
  • templates
  • facilitate working remotely together with the team
  • reduced project completion time
  • improved productivity
Miro is a simple and intuitive tool that can be easily integrated into the day-to-day work of large and small teams. This aspect is crucial for a tool to be used in the long term and not just for a short period of time. If it takes time to learn, then it is not the tool that will make work more efficient.
Miro had a great impact on work especially during the first pandemic wave of Covid 19. It allowed me and the teams I work with to continue the projects we had started together and to start thinking about new projects while being far apart. Miro was also very useful to co-design a creative workshop on future pandemic scenarios.

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Miro is a very useful tool for teams to keep track of ideas, progress and input of a shared project. It can also be very useful as a shared planning tool and is a tool that allows workshops to be created simultaneously, facilitating remote working between teams. At the same time, when it comes to reviewing a project or presentation, I prefer to import slides and tables created with other programmes instead of creating them within Miro. This additional step remains crucial for me because as a creative, the visual aspect is very relevant.