Microsoft’s Collaborative Whiteboard App Arrives On Windows 10

by Harry Williams Manager

Microsoft is all geared up for the release of the Whiteboard app on Windows 10. The app will soon be coming on iOS and web too. Microsoft released the collaborative Whiteboard app preview in December last year. The Whiteboard app is free groupware program for remotely collaborating on views with unlimited users.

Anybody can install the application and start collaborating with other people. If one logs into Whiteboard using Office 365 school or work account, then they can collaborate with users within the organization. Users can collaborate on Whiteboard either in person or remotely. Most importantly, users can also insert and edit pictures, shape recognition, etc. Whiteboards are shareable through the cloud. The collaborators can access them whenever they want.

The web preview version of the app has also been released. The company stated that the Android version is slated to come in future.

The Whiteboard app is available for download in the Windows Store. A version for iOS devices will shortly be available in the Apple store. You can get the web preview by downloading it from Microsoft.

To get the app on your Windows 10 device, you need to have a Microsoft or Office 365account.


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