February 08, 2022
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use it when someone asks me to present information in organized ways, mostly because it helps me to transform big amounts of information into products that are simple but complete and cute. Also, it is a great tool to study and review the contents seen throughout the semester. Finally, I think it is helpful for people who are more visual learners.
- Mindmaps with different colors and images.
- Sintetize information.
- Visual products
- Have clearer instructions for beginners.
- Have it’s own images or emojis.
- Have different templates.
Because it can help you to resume one theme into something simple and visually great, but also to combine different elements in one product, mostly if you have a common idea as a base and you can connect everything with it. Also, it has a great variety of tools to do it.
It’s an excellent tool in classes because you can tell the students a common idea or theme and they work in it based on their knowledge and opinions, which helps to socialize and know different points of view. Also, it helps to distribute the amount of work and do it at home, which is great due to the pandemic.
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
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Would you buy Miro again?
I think that it is well suited for school and work scenarios, mostly in cases where you need to organize information and present it more visually. Also, it is well suited for brainstorming or organizing programs, projects, and even the structure of an organization. Finally, I think it is less appropriate when you need more context or information.