When it announced the new Surface Pro a few months back, Microsoft also used the opportunity to preview Whiteboard, a Windows 10 app created to offer creative and business collaboration across devices.
The limitless surface ensures that imagination has room to grow and provides space for everyone's ideas. It works on any Windows 10 device, and it allows multiple Office 365 subscribers to work on a document at the same time, across multiple devices. While working together, you can keep up with the changes that other users are making in real-time, whether they're adding images, diagrams, or sticky notes. Whiteboard is out of beta, but still in preview, so it's not quite the final version. Using your pen, you can jot down notes, draw precise illustrations, or search for images on the web.
"With the preview of Microsoft Whiteboard, you can use intelligent ink that recognizes your freeform drawings and turns them into standard shapes, so it's easy to create great-looking tables, diagrams, and flowcharts", the company explained in a blog post.
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Microsoft Whiteboard, a new creative collaboration app that Microsoft first demoed back in May is launching in preview today. In the meantime, you can install the preview of the Microsoft Whiteboard alongside your existing app. The company said the new app will replace the native Surface Hub whiteboard app when it becomes generally available in a "few months".
Microsoft's collaborative inking app, Whiteboard, is now available in to test in public preview.