Using Whiteboards

Get the most from your whiteboarding experience:

  • You can create whiteboards in a space, anyone in the space can then choose to view or edit them.

  • You can also use whiteboards in a meeting, you can create or open an existing whiteboard, and then share it on the call so that everyone can view it.

1

Select the space, click the activity menu , choose Whiteboard , and then select New whiteboard.

2

You can select the following:

  • Color changes the marker color.

  • Eraser turns the marker into an eraser to remove edits or click eraser again to select Clear all and remove all edits. You can click undo to restore the edits you just cleared.

  • Stickies creates and adds stickies. You can add text, change the color, and move the stickies around your whiteboard.

  • Undo removes your last edit. You can continue to click undo and remove each edit until you return to the last saved whiteboard.

    On a shared whiteboard, if someone selects Clear all, undo is unavailable. However, if you select Clear all and nobody else edits the whiteboard, you can click undo to restore the edits.

  • There's no limit to the size of your whiteboard. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move around the whiteboard. You can use a mouse or a touchpad to zoom in or out on the whiteboard.

1

Select the space, go to the activity menu , choose Whiteboard , and then tap New whiteboard.

2

You can select the following:

  • Color changes the marker color.

  • Eraser turns the marker into an eraser to remove edits or tap eraser again to select Clear all and remove all edits. You can tap undo to restore the edits you just cleared.

  • Undo removes your last edit. You can continue to tap undo and remove each edit until you return to the last saved whiteboard.

    On a shared whiteboard, if someone selects Clear all, undo is unavailable. However, if you select Clear all and nobody else edits the whiteboard, you can tap to undo the edits.

  • There's no limit to the size of your whiteboard. Use two fingers to move around the whiteboard on your device.

Select the space, click the activity menu , choose Whiteboard , and then select New.

  • Color changes the marker color

  • Eraser turns the marker into an eraser to remove edits or click eraser again to select Clear all and remove all edits. You can click undo to restore the edits you just cleared.

  • Undo removes your last edit. You can continue to click undo and remove each edit until you return to the last saved annotation.

    On a shared whiteboard, if someone selects Clear all, undo is unavailable. However, if you select Clear all and nobody else edits the whiteboard, you can click to undo it.