Miro is useful in the classroom
February 25, 2022

Miro is useful in the classroom

Neal Carter | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

I am just beginning to use this in my classes. It has many great features to have students collaborate and brainstorm, as well as to draw figures and diagrams. I can have them make mindmaps, causal diagrams, and flowcharts all with this product. It helps them visualize complex relationships among multiple variables.
  • Easy to use
  • Many different templates
  • easy collaboration
  • multiple users
  • I would like to see more explanations of how to use the many features. Maybe that is what the community is for.
  • I would like more help features, including videos on getting started.
  • I can't really say, as I don't use it for business. I am only starting to use it in classes, so can't give a comparison.
Not really, since I am using this on my own and in classes.
I have just been using it on its own for now. I wanted to leave the rank blank, but it wouldn't let me. I am interested in using it with teams.
Again, I have used it in classrooms, and it is very helpful for students to work together on this. I am only starting, so am looking for new ways to use it.

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They are both pretty good. I think Miro has more interactive features and a wider range of tools.
It is a great tool for visualization and brainstorming. I like the mindmaps and cognitive maps, as well as the various collaboration tools. It is great even for online collaboration and getting better with more integrations. I did have one problem when trying to use Miro in an online workshop--everyone thought it was so cool, they were playing with Miro instead of paying attention to the material being presented.