I like Tinkercad, it’s been great to play around with to learn some basics of creating things in 3D. But personally, I prefer Microsoft’s free 3D Builder app. I just find it easier navigate on my laptop (without a mouse), and I also find it’s easier to split models up using 3D Builder than it is in Tinkercad, which I do a lot of.
That said Tinkercad is great and I know I have much so more to learn about it and all its features. To anyone that has access to LinkedIn Learning (which is available for free to current students of most post-secondary institutions), there is a two hour course called Learning Tinkercad by Kacie Hultgren which seems like it really goes into all the ins and outs of what Tinkercad has to offer. I’ve only watched the introduction to the course so far but already I’m amazed at what can be accomplished with Tinkercad - definitely more than the simple stuff I’ve done with it so far lol! I’m probably going to sit down and watch the rest of the course this weekend.