Collaboard :With Collaboard, you won’t be bound by the physical limitation of a whiteboard.The virtual workspace is nearly limitless, letting you add elements like sticky notes, cards, images, shapes and icons.You’ll also be able to incorporate documents like PDFs, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files seamlessly.
Put those doodling skills to good use with automatic digital pen recognition.You’ll be able to draw free-hand, take notes, or sketch out ideas just like a real whiteboard, except with more detail than a dry-erase marker allows.It’s perfect for artists, coaches, designers, and anyone else who wants a more personal touch to spark that creativity.
Connectors make sure you don’t get lost in all of that awesome content you’re creating.You can connect any element together and then define the style of that connection to build complex systems.Create workflows, processes, mind-maps, and organization charts, or just pretend you’re Spider-Man weaving a complex web of landing page designs.
Collaboration is the backbone of virtual whiteboards.Everybody who’s connected to the same project can create content for others to see in real-time.Invite any person from your team and easily manage their permissions, or add guests to give them an inside look at your process without compromising your designs.
Whiteboards are that little bit of office magic that’s hard to take home, like water cooler chats or guiltless snack hoarding. Don’t squeak by with clunky text docs that confine you within the lines.Collaboard gives you tons of space, media integration, and free-hand sketching in a real-time collaborative environment.
I tested Collaboard fully for an online course I presented a few days ago, and almost immediately decided I would use this tool for my attendees, over a linear tool. I found it quite natural to use,