Miro - Perfect multi-input whiteboard for use during a global pandemic
January 06, 2022

Miro - Perfect multi-input whiteboard for use during a global pandemic

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Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Due to the pandemic, Problem Based Learning in the medical program at Lunds University had to be done [at] a distance. Whiteboard access is invaluable in these projects, meaning that we could not possibly have had a high quality education during the pandemic without reasources such as Miro. It abled us to communicate, draw and discuss seamlessly with all tools we could possibly need, with supervision and input from tutors. The customer service was fast to respond whenever changing of account settings was necessary.
  • Integrates input from a big number of people
  • Able group projects to expand to massive sizes, without switching boards
  • works seamlessly on many devices at once, so that i on the same account in the same session can draw on the phone/ipad app, while writing in the desktop app
  • Increasing the max number of members in a team for student accounts
  • More color choices when drawing, instead of a few limited options
  • Allow for bigger variation in usage. Bigger and smaller pen sizes, bigger and smaller fonts, and limitless boards. Let us work on an infinitely small or large scale
  • Increased learning during a global pandemic
  • Increased mental health for many students, since trying to work on Zooms integrated whiteboard was a depressing nightmare for everyone involved
What would be best is if institutions that get Miro for their educational programs also get introductions for their tutors and students, as some people experienced a fairly significant learning curve for the program, while others just speeded ahead.
It was incredibly easy to integrate Miro with our normal work via zoom, to create accounts and invite users to new teams and boards
Miro has absolutely revolutionized distance learning, abling us to work in ways we earlier thought were impossible off-campus. There is now no hiccups or restraints in any way to simply start up Miro for a quick discussion or new massive group project

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Miro is pretty much perfect for our usages, consisting of seamlessly integrating the work of hundreds of students during times when on-campus learning is not possible. Any project that needs a whiteboard with input from multiple people at once will find this invaluable. The only times' Miro will not be enough, is whenever you need to expand artistically with no limitations since there are limits to everything from pen and font size to color choice.