If you want to collaborate on a creative project, nothing beats a whiteboarding session! With Miro, you can host a remote whiteboard meeting, using the Video Chat. Up to 25 users can simultaneously participate in a video chat session.
To start a video chat, find the Video Chat icon in the bottom toolbar, click Call to start.
Starting a video call
✏️ Your browser might display a pop-up window to request access to your webcam or microphone.
If your collaborators start a video call, you will see the following notification. Click Join to join the call.
Joining the video call
💡 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.
Drag the video chat window to any place on the board or close it to take advantage of the whole board.
Moving the video call window
During the call, use the corresponding buttons to toggle the webcam and microphone on and off. Switching off the webcam will make it a voice chat.
To finish the call, press the red phone button.
The video chat performance depends on CPU, RAM, and network connection. 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):
If your results generally answer our system requirements, the chat should be working smoothly.
⚠️ Pay your attention to video chat limitations in the Miro Desktop App:
Win & Mac desktop apps from Miro Apps
Win 10 desktop app from Microsoft Store