Once just a replica of a physical medium, Microsoft Whiteboard has evolved into a robust app that works with Microsoft 365.
Microsoft announced a new experience for Whiteboard that will make it easier to work together. The new experience starts shipping this summer and will arrive for the Surface Hub in fall.
Microsoft Whiteboard recently gained several new color options for inking, highlighting, and using sticky notes. The update adds 15 new ink colors and six new thicknesses for inking.
You can now download Microsoft Whiteboard for Android in preview. The app allows you to collaborate with others on a shared virtual whiteboard.
Microsoft Whiteboard is finally catching up with its app sibling in Teams and on the web. The updated app now includes sticky notes, along with text objects and vastly improved performance.
You can now view more documents within the web app version of Microsoft Whiteboard. PDF, Word, and PowerPoint documents added through the Windows 10 app are now viewable on the web.
Microsoft Whiteboard is now on the web and available for real-time collaboration within Microsoft Teams.
A fresh update for Microsoft Whiteboard on iOS adds collaborative templates to help you get started on your brainstorming sessions right away.
Just in time for back to school, Microsoft 365 gains several new features including Presenter Coach for PowerPoint on the web and improved inking on the web.
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