We are using Miro for PI (program increment) planning every couple of months. We have everything inside one board and typically 2500-3500 objects in total in the board. 50 - 60 people are part of the planning.
For most of us, Miro works “ok” but 10-20% of people are experiencing performance issues, which obviously hinder the user experience and has got me thinking about alternatives:
- parts of the board loading slowly
- slow navigation around the board owing to performance
- general slowness / lags when compared to using a smaller board with less people collaborating
From the little testing I have done, it seems that running Miro on Chrome is most efficient and even better than using the Miro app, especially assuming that a Google Meet is ongoing in Chrome. This article - https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013588560-Tips-to-improve-board-performance - had some general tips, a couple of which I can perhaps try, but nothing that specific about browser recommendations in relation to performance.
Someone suggested that we split up the board but I am rather reluctant to consider that since having everything in one place makes it much easier to use.
All practical tips and recommendations are warmly received :)