Miro, an all rounder for students.
February 09, 2022

Miro, an all rounder for students.

Ana Vargas | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Oftentimes professors will ask for activities that require displaying information in an easy way while not giving enough time. Miro is a great way to collaborate with teammates, arrange information and organize projects. Basically, this is a time-saving tool. Also, the download options it has make it easier to put the graphics in text documents and presentations.
  • Time saving
  • Collaborator friendly
  • Information display
  • Compatible to paste in other documents
  • Bigger color palette for post its
  • History of versions (see who changed what)
  • Create a low-connection friendly setup.
  • Better understanding of information.
  • Team organization.
  • Time efficiency
Miro is an all-rounder when it comes to the best areas for it to work. Either STEM students, medicine, arts, etc. Have used it for projects or simply studying. It is a versatile tool with an infinite amount of uses in education. Professors can also use it to let students participate more in class (especially during lockdown)
It wasn’t the easier thing. Before I began using it, professors had created Miro where I participated, so when I logged in I had a big number of documents in my account. But, once getting a grip on it, everything was easy. The how-to is not complicated at all, the tools are similar to other text processors.

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Miro is easier to work with a team. While Lucidchart had good graphic options, I needed software that would let me work along with teammates or classmates. In addition, seemed like Miro needs less computer capacity. My laptop could cook an egg after using it, however, that’s not the case with Miro.
It is ideal for students brainstorming and managing projects, also for those looking for a nice way to display information. It is less ideal for large word counts, such as essays and argumentative paragraphs. However, it can work to help organize better the texts, write down starter questions, or bullets for a lecture.