Microsoft Whiteboard Android (preview) application was recently released. Let's take a look what is can do and what features it packs! You may want to also refresh your memory with my earlier Microsoft Whiteboard articles: How to use Microsoft Whiteboard with guests in Teams MeetingsHow to: adding a Microsoft Whiteboard to a team channel as … Continue reading Microsoft Whiteboard in Android mobiles
In January became available to add a Whiteboard a team channel. It was also discovered that it allowed also guests to use the Microsoft Whiteboard in the channel via the tab app. This of course opened new possibilities for collaboration with guests. My friend & colleague Petri Jämsen kindly pointed out this week the scenario … Continue reading How to use Microsoft Whiteboard with guests in Teams Meetings
Microsoft Whiteboard is a great tool in the Microsoft 365 belt: allowing innovative & visual planning while keeping the data inside the tenant. And of course one big benefit is that it is included with the license. There is still room for improvement with Microsoft Whiteboard but one of the roadmap items just completed: adding … Continue reading How to: adding a Microsoft Whiteboard to a team channel as a tab
Looking at the roadmap updates this got my eye: The long awaited feature that would allow Whiteboard: External access in Teams meetings Any guests, external or anonymous users in a Teams meeting can view and collaborate on the whiteboard during the meeting. They will not have continued access to the whiteboard after the meeting ends. … Continue reading Roadmap update: externals access to Whiteboard in a Microsoft Teams meeting delayed to March 2021
There are again several changes in Microsoft Teams Roadmap. While the latest info is found always at the roadmap I copy here the list of most recent changes for easier big picture. One big change, affecting lots of people, is the Virtual Breakout Rooms schedule which has been updated to November 2020. So what's changed … Continue reading Roadmap watch: latest modifications to Microsoft Teams Roadmap
Microsoft Whiteboard got nice improvements to both Teams and web-version during the summer. In this post you can see what the improvements are and how they work together with the Whiteboard app. First, the most important improvements Write text anywhere in Whiteboard at Teams & webAdd & edit notes in the whiteboardMove objects in the … Continue reading The better and improved Teams Whiteboard
Live Events are becoming more and more popular. They are however limited in collaboration side: you can interact with audience using Q&A functionality (they ask questions, you answer them). What about Whiteboards or OneNotes and Live Events? Note: No, you can't share OneNote to Live Event in a way that everyone could collaborate and ink … Continue reading Live Events, Whiteboards & one live OneNote.
I have written several articles about Microsoft Whiteboard in this blog. I really enjoy using Whiteboard for several reasons (innovative, fun, included in every Teams meeting, has great features) but there is a similar flaws in it currently than with Teams Wiki or Meeting Notes - it is not enterprise ready as a collaboration tool … Continue reading Why to OneNote instead of Whiteboard?
Using Microsoft Whiteboard in meeting is easy and I have written a couple of blogs about that earlier: https://myteamsday.com/2019/11/19/how-to-use-whiteboard-in-teams-meetings/ and https://myteamsday.com/2020/03/21/how-to-whiteboard-in-teams-meetings-efficiently-ii/ 20.1.2021: it is now possible to add Microsoft Whiteboard to a channel as a tab. Read my blog post how to. If you want to start using Whiteboard with your team in channels you … Continue reading How to use Microsoft Whiteboard in teams and channels
When you need to collaborate in more visual way with your team members you want to take a look at Microsoft Whiteboard that automatically available with every Teams meeting. If your collaboration with your team is more text-based then I advice to use OneNote. For more visual needs, free form planning or just because you … Continue reading How to use Whiteboard in Teams meetings efficiently II