My issue is that I've created a "team" and invited students in my classes to it. In this version, only the 3 most recent boards are editable. However, students are using this team to create Miro boards for their other classes, so even if I only created 2 boards which I need to maintain as editable, those two boards switch to view-only because students are creating their own boards in the same "team" pushing my boards to view-only. There doesn't seem to be a permission setting to only let the admin create boards in the team. Is there any way to keep my boards as editable in my own team? Or do I need to upgrade to do this?
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You have a few options:
While you could add some students to this plan to be able to edit boards with you, and create their own, you don’t have to in order for them to view a board - you can still use the Visitors access method, and you could even add a password to the board. In addition, if you do not want even more control (and depending on how many students you have), you could add the students directly to the board using the Guests feature, giving them View or Comment access.
Apply for the Education Plan here (for for Educator!) → https://miro.com/education-whiteboard/
If approved, your current Free Plan team will be upgraded to the Education Plan, and any existing team members will be added as team members (as long as the number of existing Team Members is less than the allowed number of seats for the plan). So, I would suggest that you first delete all team members from your Free Plan team before applying for the Education Plan).
NOTE: If you do add other users as members of your Education Plan, I suggest that you read this post → https://community.miro.com/educator-community-69/how-to-set-up-miro-education-if-you-teach-multiple-classes-1561
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