Great use of online editing and visualizations. collaborate with muscles!
November 15, 2022

Great use of online editing and visualizations. collaborate with muscles!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Integrating user flows and architecture designs in documentation using diagrams tools. Creating and sharing whiteboards over video chats. During sessions with developers, drawing ideas in think tanks. Doing time-based retrospectives with large teams. Visualizing product wireframes and integrating them within onboarding documentation. Brainstorming using sticky notes and arranging in groups accordingly. Product use cases and ideas sharing.
  • User experience.
  • Login flow for organizations.
  • Sharing knowledge between team members.
  • Better mobile version/app.
  • Integration with Jira products.
  • More free templates.
  • Miro helped create documentation faster.
  • Allowing collaboration helped with remote teams.
  • UX was positive for all users.
Maybe organization-wide users are not fully aware of other teams' collaboration enough. Most of the integration and onboarding were pretty easy and intuitive for all employees requiring the service. Explaining how to use Miro is easy; the only thing repeating itself is the "follow me" feature, which was hard to explain.
Couldn't find an MS teams integration. Maybe it's because of the organization blocking.
Allowing whiteboard sharing was helpful with kickoffs, brainstorming, and knowledge transfers. Helping dev teams understand features and collaborate on ideas is intuitive.

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Miro is more intuitive with better responsiveness. More integrations with drawing capabilities. Inline editing is great, with amazing visualizations. I love sharing screens when teams are watching live remarking/commenting. Using this in large teams allows voting and timer capabilities better organize and manage the conversation. Sticky notes help us understand the idea of not forgetting to write remarks during conversations.
Communication over features and reviews, allowing users to follow presenters focused view creating limitless designs and importing images and icons Easy and fast diagramming supporting different types of illustrations fun way to show live diagramming Easy decision making for video calls allowing collaborations over the web Whiteboard and other small tools such as timers for better management.

Using Miro

  • Online collaboration on Figma designs, writing remarks during live sessions.
  • Creating diagrams for technical documentation.
  • Helping users better understand ideas using diagramming.
  • Creating poles for voting during live sessions.
  • Doing lectures, presenting the visual assets in Miro.
  • Create retrospective with teams.
  • Collaborate on designs.
  • Integrate in teams.
  • Allow all employees share ideas.
I love the UX and ease.