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Microsoft Introduces Whiteboard Preview App for Windows 10


Not necessarily you have to be a user of Hub for getting the experience of Whiteboard, as Microsoft releases one new app that gives you the similar experience of whiteboard for pen-and touch-enabled Windows 10 computers. Microsoft is picking a whiteboard experience like that of one, which crafts with its hardware of Surface Hub and making it obtainable to the users of Windows 10 PC.

Truly not all businesses can afford the budget for the display of “Surface Hub” digital whiteboard having a starting price of $7,000, but one good scope is about it is that their users have the access to a Personal Computer. It is being served to the market and the software maker announced that the release of its Microsoft Whiteboard App for Windows 10 will be on 5th Dec.

As the name goes, the app furnishes a canvas that can be used for illustrating concepts, sketching out ideas, making collage on designs, and various other tasks that can be done on this archetypal whiteboard, mounted on the wall of a conference room. But this takes things ahead, by allowing their users to turn on the doodles into sharable and published files.

In a blog representative of the Microsoft Company wrote that with the preview of Microsoft Whiteboard one can use intelligent ink, which can recognize the user’s freeform drawings then turning them into a standard shape, thus it’s easy to create great looking tables, diagrams, and flowcharts. And this app automatically saves your work unlike any other Whiteboards. Hence, you can just pick up your work just exactly where you left off or just share links to your board, so that others can perform on top of your board work. You don’t require to email or take photos of your canvas to others when you need them to pick up for the speed, the post also stated.

Though anyone can use the app having a Windows 10 device but atleast one participant needs to have an account of Office 365 for it to save boards. Microsoft stated that on the Surface Hub, it will gradually be replaced by the Whiteboard App that crafts with the device.


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