Super easy collaboration and sharing tool. Best in class!
November 15, 2022

Super easy collaboration and sharing tool. Best in class!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro daily during our Agile meetings and ceremonies in order to take track of our activities, brainstormings, and define and discuss product and UX design. Miro is a very quick, easy-to-learn tool, and it comes in very handy also to interact with non-frequent users or people external to our team.
  • Design thinking session.
  • Product backlog mapping.
  • Agile ceremonies (eg. Team retrospective).
  • Brainstorming sessions.
  • Better performance on high populated boards (Eg. with many comments).
  • Native integration with popular conference tools (Eg. Microsoft Teams).
  • Improved components for UX/UI rapid sketching sessions.
  • reduced time for design sharing during meetings with external guests.
  • less effort in meetings organization.
  • Improved time-to-market in product and service design.
Did not participate in the implementation.
We use Miro daily as a repository for our UX design works made with Figma. Though sharing is possible also using Figma itself, we find it easier and quicker to use Miro as our main tool in order to share designs with stakeholders other than designers. Miro features make it easy to work and discuss with non-designers better than any other tool we use.
As with many other organizations around the world, we had to move abruptly to full remote working during the COVID-19 emergency. Doing so, we had the urge to find a remote collaboration tool that could support us in our new way of working. Lean learning curve and a wide array of basic features were our main needs, and Miro proved to be the best solution to our needs.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

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Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


When looking around for collaboration tools, we also tried MURAL. Though being very complete in terms of features, I think it has quite a steep learning curve in order to be able to use it at its full potential. Miro proves easier to access also for non-frequent users in the team.
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I think that collaborative sessions with Teams members and external "nonfrequent Miro users" are where Miro shines the most. His really intuitive easy-to-learn interface and his scalable wide array of tools make one of the best all-around tools in the market for daily task such as product design sessions, UX design sessions, Agile ceremonies meetings, and every other daily collaborative activities you can have within your team.