Good for Education, features to be improved
February 21, 2022

Good for Education, features to be improved

Jason Blair | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro is being used in architecture education to support a hybrid learning format. It is used virtually every course and in all peer reviews as a collaborative tool and "pin-up" space. It addresses a need for live annotations across multiple devices (professor to student, peer to peer) while being able to host a variety of media formats.
  • Drawing & annotations
  • Media Hosting
  • Collaborative Design
  • Organization of separate Miro "boards"
  • Handling of a large volume of content on a single board (reviews for 100+ students)
  • Annotation tools and drawing capabilities
  • Increased collaboration and visibility of work
  • Improved productivity through live annotation
  • Made a hybrid educational environment feasible
Large-scale implementation across a curriculum has room for improvement. Individual Miro boards can sometimes be difficult to keep up with without the use of an internal organization system. No landing pages for groups of boards exist without creating them.
It has become integrated into the format and setup of courses with ease. Because Miro can handle different types of media formats it makes a good case for a virtual "pin-up" space that courses can benefit from.
Miro has allowed a new kind of hybrid collaboration where interactions between professors and students, along with peer-to-peer reviews, are easier to execute in real-time and easier to review at a later time. It is a good complement to something like Zoom, Teams in a remote setting.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

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Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Would you buy Miro again?


It is well suited for an educational environment but still has its quirks/flaws that sometimes limit its capability. Often an educational environment with many students pushes the capability of Miro to perform smoothly and in real-time.