Teach with Microsoft Whiteboard (Web app, Windows 10, and iOS)

Overview

Microsoft White Board is a freeform digital canvas that can be accessed from the O365 app launcher (waffle). It is best used on touchscreen devices; a pen, touch, and a mouse can be used. Write content during your lectures and use the Microsoft Whiteboard app. It is best used with a touch-enabled device and a stylus, for ease of writing. 

Microsoft Support article: https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-whiteboard/digital-whiteboard-app
Device support: Web, Windows 10 including Surface Hubs, and iOS (9 or later, iPhone 5s or later, iPad Mini 3 or later, iPad Air, or iPad Pro.)

 

Windows app

  • Templates to get started
  • Several options for writing freely, including more colors and changing width of your pen
  • Collaboration is very smooth
  • Content drawn can be duplicated
  • Images can be inserted, as well as Word and PowerPoint files
  • Insert images from Bing
  • Erasing content is very smooth
  • Export as a png
  • Send to Teams or OneNote

Web app

Access the Microsoft Whiteboard from the app launcher or visit https://whiteboard.office.com/

Click the Pen icon, select a color, and draw, sketch, or write on the board.

  • Saves to the cloud
  • Four colors available and an eraser (smooth erasing)
  • You can invite or create a share link from the Person icon
  • You can export the whiteboard as a .svg (but would need a third-party app)

Microsoft Teams

Available in Microsoft Teams when you share your screen in a meeting. 

Learn more about MS Teams, an all-in-one collaborative workspace for meetings, within departments, for cross-campus communication, file-sharing, or online class meetings.

Details

Article ID: 101346
Created
Sun 3/15/20 1:32 PM
Modified
Wed 3/23/22 3:02 PM

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