My team uses Miro for mood boards and concepting, so they become very image heavy (~3000 images) and slow down quickly. A common question from coworkers that I haven’t found in this community - does the actual size/scale of your images and boards impact Miro’s performance?
Best answer by Kiron Bondale
Definitely - the higher density or resolution they are, the more “work” is required to transfer them back & forth and to render them. And the more objects on a board, the more time it takes to “watch” all those objects and to render them visually.