Miro from a students perspective
November 18, 2021

Miro from a students perspective

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

It is used by certain groups during some of our courses to facilitate brainstorming, collaboration, and ideation. It helps us to be more flexible than other tools (e.g., PowerPoint, etc.). Group sizes are typically 3-6 people per board. We use Miro on an individual basis and sometimes hold workshops that are based on Miro.
  • Collaboration amongst team members (everyone can bring in their ideas).
  • Clear structure of workflow is enabled.
  • Integration of elements is nicely done (e.g., uploading pictures, PDFs, etc).
  • Handling on the laptop could be enhanced (mouse already helps).
  • Improved Productivity
  • More efficient teamwork
It runs on every browser quite well, so I do not see big challenges for integration.
I helped a lot and made sure everyone could actively contribute.

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  • Zoom
Easier to collaborate.
Especially, at the start of the project when you are laying the groundwork of how to proceed, Miro helps you as you can freely design and equip the board with the material you wish. To use Miro throughout the whole project (and not just for one workshop or so), there is a lot of effort required to actually build very nice boards in advance.