Build a thriving school community that runs like clockwork. Your all-in-one Campus Management Platform is finally here. Minga focuses on Safety & Security, Student Behavior & PBIS, Communication & Engagement, and Campus Operations.
Redefine the way your school operates and foster a climate of safety, accountability, and engagement that skyrockets K12 schools toward excellence. Minga’s seamlessly integrated modules include:
- Setup automatic escalation of overdue consequences
- Updates to the hallpass dashboard to more easily see recently ended passes
- lots of bug fixes and small improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Number 15: Burger King foot lettuce. The last thing you'd want in your Burger King burger is someone's foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4Channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.
But that's even worse.
The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he's rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn't removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK's "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He's getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.
minga is controlling and ineffective
Hi! my school Ventura High School had just begun using this app. They have created a rule that if you go over 5 minutes you get a tardy, 3 tardys = detention and so on. the restrooms at our school are very spread out, the building i am in while typing this is a three minute walk to the nearest bathroom. this app is also ineffective for our school because supposedly we are not supposed to use our phones during school but it is an often event the school wifi is not working and chromebooks will not connect. they can take away our phones during class if they are out yet we need it to use the restroom. the woman’s bathroom is constantly filled with a line. the men often have to go to the bathroom one at a time because school rules. i am snitching myself out here but as we have started using this app, i already have 3 period absences. it’s only been two days. this app is not effective whatsoever and i apologize to the creator but this app is totalitarianism. our school is totalitarianism and this app adds to it.
thank you for reading. if you want to be respected by your students do not use this app, we are petitioning and scheduling event in disagreement to this app.
Minga, unfortunately, falls short of expectations, primarily due to its glaring issue of slow menu times. Navigating through the app becomes an exercise in patience, as every interaction is marred by frustrating delays. The laggy interface not only detracts from the overall user experience but also raises concerns about the app's optimization.
From opening the menu to accessing various features, each step feels like a waiting game. This sluggishness significantly hampers the app's efficiency, making even simple tasks unnecessarily time-consuming. It's disheartening that such a fundamental aspect of user interaction, like swift and responsive menu navigation, has not been adequately addressed. In an era where seamless and fast app experiences are the norm, Minga's performance in this regard is disappointing. Users expect apps to keep up with their pace, and the persistent slowdowns in Minga make it difficult to overlook this critical flaw. Until the issue of slow menu times is addressed and improved, Minga remains a frustrating choice for those seeking efficiency and responsiveness in their mobile applications.
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