About Miro

Miro is a visual workspace for innovation that enables distributed teams of any size to dream, design, and build the future together.

Miro enables distributed teams to come together to synthesize information, clarify complex ideas, and make decisions faster.

On a Miro Board, teams develop strategy, design products and services, and manage complex workflows all throughout the innovation lifecycle. When you look at a Miro Board, you can see hundreds of collaborators moving through the space as named cursors on the screen designing, contributing ideas, providing feedback, and co-creating together with shared tools and information.

Miro includes a full suite of capabilities designed for innovation including diagramming, real-time data visualization, workshop facilitation, and built-in support for common product development processes, including agile practices like estimation and retrospectives.

Miro AI extends Miro's capabilities, with AI-driven mapping and diagramming, clustering and summarization, and content generation.

Miro enables organizations to reduce the number of standalone tools, reducing information fragmentation, context-switching, and cost.


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Miro Software - 100+ Integrations
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4,7 /5
(1 493)
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4,4/5
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4,6/5
Ease of Use
4,5/5
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David
David
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  • Industry: Hospitality
  • Company size: 501–1 000 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Miro is the dream product for remote teams!

Reviewed on 2022/12/20

I love Miro, it’s helped me organize my own thoughts and ideas, and collaborate with people in any...

I love Miro, it’s helped me organize my own thoughts and ideas, and collaborate with people in any location and at any time (or asynchronously). It’s just Ana amazing repository, and a really flexible tool that provides all sorts of solutions.

Pros

Miro is the digital whiteboard I spent 20 years to see, and it’s almost as awesome as I always hoped. Being able to quickly and easily collect all sorts of materials, designs, references, links, diagrams, etc, and have a permanent, shareable repository is HUGE for teams.

Cons

I understand pricing st a basic level, where it’s basically just myself and a few reviewers, but I don’t understand how to scale it where large numbers of people are creating within it, and it seems like that would get expensive quickly.

Alternatives Considered

FigJam

Reasons for Choosing Miro

I had actually used Miro before, then tried FigJam because it’s “free” (if you’re already using Figma), but it’s not nearly as full-featured - though it IS mostly “good enough,” and it’s going to keep improving… Miro should not get complacent.

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Jessica
Jessica
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 201–500 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Miro Collaboration helps our team build product roadmaps

Reviewed on 2023/03/17

Our team is able to create better user flows and roadmaps as a result of the collaborative features...

Our team is able to create better user flows and roadmaps as a result of the collaborative features made available by Miro. Facilitates communication between product concept and actual use. It's easy to get started with Miro because it comes with a pre-made template.

Pros

This program has a high degree of natural user interface design. It has not been necessary for me to make use of any native tutorials (which are, of course, fantastic) in order to create excellent diagrams. Facilitates the visualization of technological processes with the purpose of pinpointing areas of difficulty, complexity, and risk.

Cons

The only drawback is that it takes an extra click every time I want to write the name on a whiteboard. A pop-up window appears whenever I try to give a board a name.

Verified Reviewer
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 11–50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Best way to visually collaborate with clients

Reviewed on 2019/12/17

Pros

It helps give us a birds eye view of the projects we are working on. That allows for clients to easily understand what we are doing and give us feedback.

The ability to use colours when adding comments allows us to start associating colours with certain messages which allows one to know if there are things to be attended to with just a glance.

Cons

It tends to require a lot of CPU resources which can be an inconvenience because one tends to use it in conjunction with a design software like sketch/photoshop which also require significant CPU power.

Barbara
Barbara
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  • Industry: Nonprofit Organization Management
  • Company size: 51–200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1+ year
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  • Ease of Use
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Miro helps collaborative thinking and visualization

Reviewed on 2023/11/13

Miro has greatly simplified our ability to efficiently prepare for and address issues with current...

Miro has greatly simplified our ability to efficiently prepare for and address issues with current initiatives. It has reduced the need for back-and-forth emails by providing a more engaging medium for sharing information.

Pros

One of the best things about using miro is that it's just like having a virtual whiteboard to write down and draw out your thoughts. We can collaborate, plan, etc. virtually as my team is all overseas.

Cons

However, Miro could improve this service by adding smart groups and data grouping and upgrading live conversation video.

Brian
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: 2–10 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Value for Money
  • Ease of Use
  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Collaboration is important? In-house or remote, this is your tool!

Reviewed on 2023/12/10

Pros

The ease of use and the ability for any and all to participate in discussions and ideations.

Cons

It is large and moves slowly as the boards get bigger.

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Miro FAQs

Below are some frequently asked questions for Miro.

Miro offers the following pricing plans:

  • Starting from: US$10,00/month
  • Pricing model: Free Version, Subscription
  • Free Trial: Available

Miro offers a free and premium plans starting at $10 per user per month (or $8 per user per month for annual billing). Miro offers a free account with 3 editable boards and unlimited team members. Our paid premium plans offer extended features such as unlimited boards, private board sharing, unlimited external board viewers and commenters, advance attention management, custom templates, Single Sign-On, integrations to your favorite tools and more. Custom enterprise pricing is available as well.

Miro has the following typical customers:

2–10, 11–50, 51–200, 201–500, 501–1 000, 1 001–5 000

Miro supports the following languages:

Dutch, English, French, Japanese, Spanish

Miro supports the following devices:

Android (Mobile), iPhone (Mobile), iPad (Mobile)

Miro integrates with the following applications:

Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe XD, Airtable, Asana, Axure, BetterCloud, Bitium, Box, Centrify Identity Service, ClickUp, Coda, Confluence, Dialpad Meetings, Evernote Teams, Figma, Freshdesk, GitHub, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Hopin, InVision App, Jira, Livestorm, Marvel, Microsoft Teams, Notion, Okta, OneDrive, Prezi, Procore, Productiv, RemoteHQ, Slab, Slack, SlideShare, SurveyMonkey, Trello, Typeform, UXPin, Webex, Whereby, Zapier, Zendesk Suite, Zluri, Zoom, Zylo, inVision, monday.com

Miro offers the following support options:

Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, 24/7 (Live rep), Chat

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