In the midst of the pandemic, applications and services to make group video calls are in very high demand, not only to keep in touch and to be able to see our friends and family, but also to maintain workflow between teams remotely.
As not only Zoom or Microsoft Teams live, it is good to know interesting alternatives that bring something else to the table. One of those is Miro, which basically brings us a collaborative whiteboard to draw diagrams in real time with others, and that also has support for video conferencing.
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Infinite canvases with free templates
Now, the main point of Miro is not the video conferencing as such, but the collaboration in real time within an infinite canvas in which you can plan projects inside a huge digital whiteboard.
Miro offers multiple pre-designed templates, with diagrams, mind maps, and workflows designed for strategy and planning. Everything on the board is editable by team members and changes are seen in real time, with no limit on what can be added.
I also look integrates with multiple third-party tools like Dropbox, Google Suite, GitHub, Slack, Microsoft Teams, JIRA, Sketch, Asana, Notion, Trello, Excel, Evernote, YouTube, among many more.
You can use Miro for free with no limits on team membersAlthough you will only have three editable dashboards, predesigned templates, basic integrations, and anonymous dashboard viewing.
To get all the features, like video calling with unlimited dashboards, all integrations, and much more, your business or organization will need to subscribe to one of the paid plans.