Data Engineer.
November 12, 2022

Data Engineer.

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I use miro for my team meeting for engineering ticket points estimation, where everyone can participate and cooperate in real-time while meeting online. Also, we use Miro to create charts that are way better than other traditional software.
  • Charts we use to illustrate software development.
  • Team building activities that required to join online.
  • Point estimates to track progress.
  • Connection speed.
  • User interface.
  • More training tutorials.
  • improved productivity to create charts for people to review online.
  • Reduce costs to purchase charting software.
  • No like Jira or Airtable to track tickets status.
We have about 8000 people in the company. The team uses different systems like Jira, Airtable, lucid chart, and other popular software. Miro is one of the options for the team to use and implement. One login is easy for me to use. One of the worst things may be whenever we want to share the chart or items with non-miro users; they are not able to see it until they create an account. This discourages us at some point from using Miro as our main source for tracking and process charts.
Miro is easy to integrate because the company has already installed and implemented it with one login. I don't see a lot of problems with using Miro. Our team also integrate miro with Jira for ticketing tracking and status update. However, we need more instructions to onboard it when we initially launch. Overall, it is an easy step to follow.
We use Miro for our weekly team meetings and team-building events. The whiteboard helps to do the reflection on what we do well, what we have done, and what the improvements are for the weekly. Teammates like these features because we can talk about items in real-time with zoom screen sharing. Since we all work remotely, this is the best option for us.

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All products will have limitations on the stuff we want to do. We use Airtable and Jira to track engineering tickets and end goals for feature development. However, Miro is more interactive than other products since we work remotely and need more interaction with a whiteboard to brainstorm and do charts. Meanwhile, we hope miro can have more features like those in Jira since we are all engineers working on tickets.
Miro is good when we need everyone to join engineering discussions online with charts and cooperation in real-time. We can do too much with Jira because it has limitations to doing things beyond tickets. However, miro solved this problem in that it is interactive for users in many ways. However, like what engineers use a lot in Jira, if Miro can have more information about how to interact with the ticketing system, that will be perfect.