Pretty great tool
June 10, 2022
Pretty great tool
Contributor in OtherArchitecture & Planning Company, 1-10 employees
Score 8 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
My school instructors used Miro to explain project briefs and background information. I and my classmates used it to plan school projects with professors and group members, and between ourselves to organize our ideas and thoughts and research. It was used in an academic setting for group discussion and other organizational uses.
- Organization tools
- Text editors
- Loading issues (speed)
Sometimes it is hard to share with others. And near the end of the year when boards got quite busy, it was frustrating at times when miro would crash or take very long to load. We also presented straight from miro sometimes with the presentation feature and there were some èmbarrassing bugs.
There are some things that took a bit of time to learn and get used to. I think it does the job it is meant to do. There are a few things here and there that would improve the experience but they are not really what I would call deal-breakers.
It is pretty much the only tool we used together. It was very essential to our process. It was used both between group members and students partners and instructors with our cohorts. When we were doing a hybrid model of online and in-person courses, it was a great organizational tool.
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It's suitable when needing to convey a set of instructions to a large set of people, or for individuals to organize their thoughts in small groups. I also found myself using it to organize personal aspects of my life. I think another thing I can bring up that I would like to see is the ability to copy to clipboard images from the Miro board bypassing the need to download.