Top 13 Whiteboard tools


Whiteboards are realtime online group drawing apps that allow to  mark up documents, websites, graphics, and photos, or start brainstorming on a blank canvas.
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Twiddla is a no-setup, web-based meeting playground. Mark up websites, graphics, and photos, or start brainstorming on a blank canvas. Browse the web with your friends or make that conference call more productive than ever. No plug-ins, downloads, or firewall voodoo - it's all here, ready to go when you are. Browser-agnostic, user-friendly.
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Whiteboard designed for team collaboration. We improve the effectiveness of visual collaboration between startup teams, freelancers and their customers, project managers, designers and creative communities located all over the world.
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A collaborative, digital whiteboard makes it easy to create without boundaries and share ideas in real time. Jamboard moves the whiteboard to the cloud.
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Scribblar is a collaboration tool that is perfect for online tutoring and real-time collaboration and used by thousands of teachers, students and schools.
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Doceri is a scalable suite of products that allows a teacher or presenter to control a computer's desktop, to control audiovisual technology, and to annotate any document or image. The professional iPad interactive whiteboard and screencast recorder with sophisticated tools for hand-drawn graphics and remote desktop control.
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With the Cisco Spark Board, you can wirelessly present, whiteboard, and video or audio conference. It's everything you need for team collaboration, all at the touch of a finger. Use the Cisco Spark app to connect to your virtual teams outside the physical room, through the devices of their choice.
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The Microsoft Surface Hub is an all in one multi-touch screen solution that empowers people, groups and organizations to connect and collaborate effortlessly. Unlock the power of the group and accelerate collaboration and innovation. Connect individuals, regardless of their location, to digital Whiteboard and integrated conferencing, apps, and more.
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Dabbleboard is an online whiteboard application with multiple tasks available. With Dabbleboard you can collaborate online with your contacts and use the intelligent whiteboard. You can use it in business, education and pretty much everywhere you need a virtual whiteboard at. The drawing made on it is almost as natural as a real whiteboard.
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Groupboard is a set of multi-user java applets including whiteboard, chat, message board, games and voice conferencing which you can place on your web page by simply copying a few lines of HTML code. You can also run Groupboard on your own web server. It can be used for tutoring, distance learning, training, or simply for fun! With the whiteboard you can upload background gif/jpeg images and draw on top of them, and all of the users connected to the board will see the changes in real-time.
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Scriblink is a powerful tool that allows you to collaborate in real time on a digital whiteboard where you can sketch, plan, collaborate or just have fun.
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Flockmod is a realtime online group drawing app. Draw with your coworkers online. Interactive group drawing for the modern age
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CoSketch is a multi-user online whiteboard designed to give you the ability to quickly visualize and share your ideas as images. No registration or plugins. Anything you paint will show up for all other users in the room in real time. One click to save a sketch as an image for embedding on forums, blogs, etc.
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IDroo is an online real-time whiteboard for Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS and Android. Endless canvas for your drawings, learning lessons, brainstorms, you name it... Smooth freehand strokes - just like pencil in notebook or chalk on blackboard. Insert Images, PDF, Word or other documents to the board

Latest news about Whiteboard tools


2018. RealtimeBoard, a visual collaboration platform for companies, raises $25M



RealtimeBoard, a visual collaboration tool particularly suited to distributed teams, has picked up $25 million in Series A funding. The company will use the additional capital to continue to scale, including building out its customer acquisition capabilities by bolstering sales and marketing teams, and growing its user community. RealtimeBoard is building a visual collaboration platform that enables white-boarding work to happen in a digital space, and can serve as the glue between other collaboration platforms used by companies. To that end, RealtimeBoard counts the likes of Hubspot, Skyscanner, Qlik, Autodesk, Netflix, and Twitter as customers, and claims 2 million users worldwide. The startup generates revenue by charging for use of its SaaS on a per seat basis for teams or company wide.


2008. Scriblink makes collaborative drawing easy



Scriblink is a free whiteboard collaboration tool. For a fee, businesses can take their Scriblink board, customize its appearance, then embed code into their company site to launch their branded whiteboard. You can upload an image or photo to mark up or you can type, draw lines and shapes, erase and change colors easily. You have to make sure your browser allows pop-up windows for some of the site’s features. One thing Scriblink doesn’t allow you to do is to save your whiteboard directly to your hard drive. You can either email a link to it to yourself, to others or take a screenshot if you really need an image file of your whiteboard. Scriblink also gives easy access to in-screen chat, VOIP conferencing provided through a third-party provider and phone conferencing provided by FreeConference.com. Prices for Scriblink’s Business Solutions range from a Silver level at $9 per month to Platinum at $29 per month.




2007. Live whiteboard collaboration with Scriblink

Looking for a quick way to pass along ideas with a few other folks? Check out Scriblink, a new site for whiteboarding and conference calling. Setup is dead simple - just load the page and give the service your name to get going. There's a half-page workspace to sketch and write down ideas, a full color pallet to differentiate each user, and an undo button that will let you get rid of every addition you've made. There's also built-in multi-user chat on the right-hand side. If you feel like talking, the service can set up a free conference line to dial in to, although this is in no way integrated into the shared workspace. In case you feel like saving your work, just give it your e-mail address, and the site will give you a permalink to access it whenever you feel like it - although Scriblink doesn"t have to hold on to your workspace forever. It promises two months minimum, but if it"s important, you"d be wise to save a copy locally or e-mail to yourself.