A College Student Perspective
February 03, 2022

A College Student Perspective

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro has been used in a number of projects that I have been a part of, mostly for brainstorming during the pandemic. Currently, Miro is being used as a way to create map diagrams. These map diagrams have a scope of North America and China and Miro has been a huge help in being able to create those maps in a way that is clear and looks professional.
  • Point to Point mapping
  • Large space to collaborate
  • supports pdf and large image resizing
  • Transparent image saving
  • more line sizing
  • reduced project completion time
  • limited image saving size
  • limited image upload size
Miro does not implement well through Teams, which was an issue with my team. It is hard to use and is seemingly missing a lot of features when inside the other application.
It did not integrate into MS Teams well. My team has ended up accessing the Miro boards in a number of different ways, but never through teams where the rest of the project details are kept and communicated on.
Miro has given me and many other students at my school a method for collaborative brainstorming during a time when it was impossible or difficult to meet in person and run the same exercises. It also allows for a collaborative view on projects that limits the need for file sharing between team members.

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I have not used other products
Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
Online brainstorming and spaghetti diagram creation.