November 11, 2021
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We use Miro to collaborate each week within lectures and within projects. It’s great for immediate and immersive collaboration on the same interface and the same workspace: especially when you cannot be in the same room. It’s great for online collaboration and for any number of people. Updating in real-time: it allows you to see where people’s cursors are and what work is being produced at all times.
- Improved distance collaboration.
It’s easy to pick up on the basic tools, it would be better if the tutorials were easier to understand and more immersive.
We can collaborate on thoughts and initial ideas in a project by collaborating from afar on a Miro board.
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Would you buy Miro again?
Miro is great for when you want to work on the same workspace and interface. It’s well suited to accommodate a large number of collaborators (there’s a feature to turn on/off the visibility of everyone’s cursors on screen). Each cursor has a name so it is easy to identify which person has collaborated. One thing it could improve on; is to be able to access the author of each contribution - whether that’s a label above or next to - or whether it’s a piece of information that is readily available after you click to see more.