Conduct seamless collaborative remote sessions with Miro built-in video chat without having to maintain two links or switch between apps. The easy video chat on your Miro boards better supports your distributed or remote team by creating an opportunity for real-time collaboration and helping everyone feel more engaged.
Miro Video Сhat, you can host a remote meeting with up to 25 users simultaneously participating in a video chat session.With
Organizing a call
To start a video chat, find the Video Chat icon in the bottom toolbar, and click Start.
Starting a video call
Joining a call
If your collaborators start a video call, you will see the video chat menu when you open the board.
Click Join to join the call.
Joining the video call
✏️ The microphone is on by default as you join the call.
✏️ You need to start video so that other participants can see you.
During the call, use the corresponding buttons to start/stop video and mute/unmute microphone.
You will also have an option to let your guests follow your actions (seeing exactly what you see) by clicking the Share screen button. Read more about Screen Sharing in the article.
To finish the call, click Leave.
💡 If your collaborator has started the call, but you don't see the notification, please refresh the page or click the Video Chat icon in the bottom toolbar.
Video Chat availability
PC Browser ✔
PC Desktop app ✔
on Tablet ✔
on Mobile ✘
|macOS and Win:
Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari
When downloaded from the official site.
Android: Google Chrome.
No support in the tablet app
Video chat (built on vonage.com) does not require any additional software or settings management except access to your microphone and webcam. Make sure to allow miro.com to use your microphone and camera in your browser (a pop-up window to request access is shown at the start of the call).
The video chat uses the system's default microphone and camera (they can be external but need to be set as default).
The video chat performance depends on CPU, RAM, and network connection. If your video stream is freezing or lagging please check your CPU in the Task Manager (when you are using video chat and when not, when you have other apps working and when not) to see the capacity.
The network connection can be checked at Cloudharmony.com. You will only need the test for Amazon EC2 (eu-west-1). The following points are important:
Generally, if your results answer our system requirements, the chat should be working smoothly. If your device complies with the requirements, but the video chat underperforms, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.