University Collaborations
June 14, 2022

University Collaborations

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro in many ways here at the university: In courses, learning content is presented and summarized on a board in a structured way. In addition, we use the boards for collaboration in the seminars to collect ideas and create short presentations together. We also use such boards for compiling information in order to conduct tutorials ourselves.
  • Multi-User
  • Flexibility
  • Design
  • User interface
  • Introduction
  • Longer preparation times
  • Better collaboration
Requires a little preparation, unfortunately each time new preparation of the boards necessary, because the templates do not give enough. However, the implementation in processes itself is very simple.
During the Corona pandemic, all classes at our university were held online or via Zoom, which made it difficult to work together in discussion-based seminars. There, Miro could help enable interactivity and have a kind of shared space where everyone moves with their mouse cursor.

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Miro is great for collaboration and working together. Especially the live view options are very helpful to follow the work via a beamer in the classroom. However, a relatively extensive board setup is always required beforehand, so you can't use the boards very spontaneously. It's a pity if you want to collect ideas quickly during the course without having planned it beforehand. That's why we tend to use other platforms for quick idea collections. Only for longer collections of ideas is Miro more useful.