Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I am a Professor at the University of the Philippines Los Baños. The challenges of e-learning during the pandemic have not been easy for both the professor and the students. Transitioning from the face-to-face platform, Miro has been helpful in ensuring an interactive vibe that could still be done in classes. In fact, there are already existing templates that could already be adapted. Also because of the "infinite" space Miro has, I am able to create many flowcharts that could not be done in other apps where the space is limited. Our students both at the undergraduate and graduate levels enjoy doing this as they are able to freely express themselves while having fun. Aside from my class, we also use this in training and workshops that break the ice especially when it's hard to facilitate discussions. Topics may range from simply asking what you had for breakfast to career journeys. This allows us to open up ourselves in virtual gatherings even to strangers because of the safe space Miro is able to provide.
- Positive: efficient for brainstorming.
- Positive: no need for installation costs.
Implementation of Miro is good for those with good internet connection and with tech-savvy users.
I feel I am adept when it comes to these platforms.
We are able to do strategic planning by fostering a good brainstorming platform and also in shortlisting the ideas generated.
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Miro is suited for millennials and young generations. They feel this sense of tech-savviness when using these platforms. For scenarios with technology-challenged audiences, this has been hard to implement. If Miro can find a way to be able to provide an easier user interface for this audience, then I guess we can all accommodate a majority of the online users.