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5 Best Microsoft White­board Alternatives

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  1. The canvas where ideas, content, & people come together.

  2. Drawpile is a drawing program that lets you share the canvas with other users in real time.

    Inkbase: Programmable Ink about 4 months ago

    > 4. The software is still bad. There is still no native cross-platform sketchpad application with collaboration features built in, that will let me conduct a three hour online research meeting with dozens of pages of math. Browsers will inevitably crash, and are just slow. Any experience with
  3. Anonymous real-time whiteboard with text and video chat.

    Can you use Discord alongside a few lightweight apps on the... about 2 months ago

    I'm in search of a new work laptop, and am trying to decide whether the Pinebook Pro will meet my needs. The most demanding thing I'll need to do over it will be to conduct an audio call over Discord (one-on-one) while using a collaborative whiteboard app (the website, specifically).
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    How important is it to you that a game/system is still "alive"? about 4 days ago:

    I use (1) we upload a map, everyone gets a pointer to gesture with and we drag and drop icons to represent character locations.( Sometimes we even use a scale), One nice thing about miro is the whiteboard is so large we don't have to delete old battle maps so can go back to them.
  5. Explain Everything is an easy-to-use design, screencasting, and interactive whiteboard tool that...

    Use cases for the Canvas about 3 months ago

    Logseq even has a Beta Canvas (whiteboard). There's even a Microsoft Windows Whiteboard app on my computer. Here's an app called "Explain Everything" that's on my tablet. It lets us, on a whiteboard, 'explain everything" just like a teacher might do on a blackboard. One.
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