Great diagramming tool.
November 15, 2022

Great diagramming tool.

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

We use Miro for systems, architecture, user flow, and many other technical diagramming use cases.
  • Flexible with the type of content supported.
  • Collaborative editing.
  • Fine-grained permissions.
  • Easy for users to get started - no app to install.
  • Moving boards from one project to another is awkward.
  • Users often find it hard to understand to what account or team they are adding a board, making it hard to collaborate with them later.
  • It has made our remote collaboration on technical designs much faster with less friction. We are able to cut down the time it takes to get a design in front of the right people and incorporate their feedback into it.
It was a little confusing when we upgraded to Enterprise licensing. A lot of users lost permission to boards to which they had access before. Otherwise, it was smooth.
I have not integrated Miro into any other products beyond simply pasting links to Miro boards in text fields.
It has made it easier to collaborate with people all over the world in one place that is relatively easy to access, understand, and use.

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It's too hard to collaborate quickly with people in Visio. Between installing the application and making sure you're licensed, it takes too much time. Miro is easy to get up and running with and can even support some collaboration with people who don't have a license. is just a little harder to use than Miro.
It seems less useful for product road mapping. But, creating various kinds of technical diagrams seems well-supported.