Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is being used both as a teaching and as a design tool; teachers use it as a giant shared board, where they can put exercises for the class and correct them in real-time. As a design tool, from the student's perspective, acts as a shared wall where groups can manage information, brainstorm ideas and organize them in an easy manner.
- Layout is appealing.
- Features are intuitive.
- Easy to be shared among people.
- Information is saved automatically.
- The mouse controls if you are in a laptop are bad.
- Improvements in zooming in and out and moving around the screen can be improved.
- Improved productivity.
- Better group work dynamics.
- Reduced project completion time.
I don't understand what you mean by the implementation. The writing of this question should be improved so people understand what is it that you want to know. The other questions address the benefits, possible improvements, and even how is it that I personally use the software. I do not understand what is meant by this question.
I feel it is very easy to adapt to the use of the program. The interface is fairly simple and flexible enough to allow proper use of the software.
It has impacted in a positive way, especially for the first part of the projects, where divergent thinking is necessary.
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Miro's feature set?
Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Miro again?
For group work, specifically the design process, it is a great tool. For brainstorming and conceptual mapping, it is flexible enough for creativity but not so complex to use that you get frustrated. For document writing scenarios it is not so well suited, as I assume it is not designed for such a task. As a teaching tool, it works wonderfully, and I think there is more potential for discovery in this sector.