An essential tool for online teaching.
February 11, 2022

An essential tool for online teaching.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for online teaching. This is usually done in small groups of two or three people. We use Miro in conjunction with Microsoft Teams. We rely heavily on the ability to have various participants contribute to the boards and the ability to use a mixture of typed text and freehand sketching with a Wacom tablet.
  • Easy to organise boards and to save data
  • Easy to use boards during a live class
  • Good selection of tools for drawing on boards
  • the system of boards and teams is sometimes confusing. Lots of scrolling between boards to find the right one.
  • made it possible to deliver online teaching effectively.
  • made it possible to work with people around the world easily.
Once Miro is in use, it works great, but it is sometimes tricky to get a board up and running.
Miro has allowed the University of Oxford to conduct its undergraduate interviews online. This has resulted in a large economy of resources and is much more convenient for the applicants.

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AWW App was better suited for quick interactions or impromptu work sessions. Miro has a better set of features, but the features from AWWapp were often enough for our purposes.
Miro is well-suited for a dedicated class. It is not very well-suited for scenarios where we did not plan on using a board but realize that we need quick access to one, to write down a few ideas and clarify a few points. It's quite cumbersome to set up a new board and get everyone to join it, so we sometimes use alternatives.