Miro is the new thing!
October 26, 2021

Miro is the new thing!

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

We use Miro for almost every activity in class. I like to take a Miro board as a "complete repository" of all the knowledge my students should have learned in order to be prepared for IB examinations. On the other hand, my colleagues and I use Miro to organise the syllabus for Physics class.
  • Pasting images from the web.
  • Variety of templates.
  • Different types of text entry.
  • Implementation of emojis.
  • Google images should be back.
  • Limited colour palette.
  • Improved the knowledge of my students.
  • All ideas are saved in one place.
  • Quicker syllabus organisation.
I think Miro is great for almost everything. I would focus on colours, images, and equations for a complete experience. It would be great if Miro implements the "extensions" like Google because people can contribute to the source and make it better and bigger.
The learnig curve is long but once you master the site, Miro becomes your favourite techy tool.

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Miro can be used in almost every place as it is an ideas organiser. You can use Miro boards to plan an activity for class and even bigger events such as work hierarchy, congress, and more. Nevertheless, Miro does not have the capability to cover mathematical sciences. Physicists like me, most of the time, need to write equations and there is no LaTeX support for that.