An easy and intuitive tool for sharing ideas, documentation in distributed teams
February 22, 2023

An easy and intuitive tool for sharing ideas, documentation in distributed teams

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use it a collaboration tool between teams since it is really easy and fast for different purposes.
For example, we use it to create documentation to share between areas, to store business logics and decisions every team/area takes and also for sharing ideas.
Finally, we use it also to store farewells pictures and to get feedback.
  • Document code, relations between applications and business decision
  • Easy to share and edit with the whole team/area/company
  • Gather feedback and ideas
  • Do training with sharing toughts in the meanwhile
  • Sometimes zoom to fast so that everything disappears becoming too small to see
  • Only really basic flowcharts can be done: would be nice to have more shapes
  • Frames sometimes are really difficult to click in order to resize or move around
  • Improved productivity
  • Faster communication
  • Easy and intuitive usage by all people with different competencies
It helped a lot in particular during the covid-19 pandemic and later with distributed teams all over the world.
It allows everyone to get an easy an intuitive way to share ideas and knowledge. In addition is really useful also for learning purposes since one can guide the reading of a board and teach the others interactively

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Miro allows to create, share and edit various types of diagrams, boards and maps online. Some common use cases are: creating a list of ideas or topics for an important project and developing a user story or customer journey map.
Miro may be less appropriate for scenarios that require more complex or specialized tools, such as: coding or programming, data analysis or visualization of really complex use cases