Miro - Enabling remote workers working together...
November 15, 2022

Miro - Enabling remote workers working together...

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro in many different ways to solve different problems. In general, it supports us working together, although we are working remotely. Moreover, making use of the template feature helps us structure our work. On the other hand, it also gives us the opportunity to just go for it without setting limits, which supports creative processes. To be concrete, the range of use starts with simply doing Brainstorming sessions and end with creating full-blown service blueprints or system architectures. In between, we also use it to organize work with Kanban boards and so on.


  • Supports us working together in remote setups.
  • Accelerate and simplifies work by using templates.
  • Collaborate asynchronously using the comment feature.


  • Offline support would great.
  • When using Miro, the outcome of a workshop is more or less automatically documented and can be easily shared.
  • Productivity may also suffer if the participants are not familiar enough with using the tool and are more into dealing with the tools themselves instead of working.
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It became much easier to work together in remote setups. Both the synchronous and the asynchronous work benefited from it. In many cases, Miro became the single point of truth when it came to information sharing.

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Mostly any kind of workshop where you formerly used a whiteboard/flipchart or something like that and nowadays is run remotely can be supported by Miro. When creating very specific and comprehensive stuff like screen designs or system architectures, there may be better fitting, dedicated solutions for that. But often, the learning curve using them properly is very steep.


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