Whiteboards are commonly used in meetings, especially in reflection sessions as a way of seeing what we are discussing and to keep track of ideas. Whiteboards have become popular and are a great tool to use in online meetings. Pulling on them may not be the same as drawing on a corporate board but it does the job.
Using Microsoft teams? There is also a whiteboard device.
Google Meet Whiteboard
Google Meet has a whiteboard based tool. Most importantly, this tool is available whether you use Google Meet for free, or if you have a paid subscription for it.
The whiteboard is not available for mobile users. They will not be able to see or interact with the whiteboard at a meeting.
Use Google Meet Whiteboard
To use the Whiteboard in Google Meet, follow these steps.
- Start or join your Google Meet.
- Click on the actions button at the bottom right.
- Click Whiteboard in the panel that opens.
- Click on the Start a new Whiteboard button (Each meeting will receive its own whiteboard).
- A. new window that will open you can start drawing air.
- A. a design board will remain active even after the meeting has ended.
Share Google Meet Whiteboard
Googleboard Whiteboard is basically a Jamboard by Google. Another valid whiteboard is another Google product. In Google Meet, it appears with the name whiteboard but you are using Jamboard.
The created whiteboard can be shared. Each whiteboard has its own unique connection. The easiest way to share the whiteboard is to copy the link and share it over email or chat but that will not allow users to see, and not edit.
To share it more securely, click the Share button at the top right of the jamboard. Add emails to the users you want to share the board with, and click Send. If you’ve ever shared a folder in Google Drive, this UI looks pretty familiar.
When you create a whiteboard, everyone in the meeting will see it. To access the whiteboard, other users will have to click the activity button in a meeting. Since the board is already created, it will appear in the Whiteboard panel. Users can create multiple whiteboards for one meeting and everyone in a meeting will have the opportunity to interact with it. A link for each whiteboard created within a meeting will appear in the Whiteboard panel. If a meeting ends, and the same meeting is resumed (same connection), the whiteboards created in the previous session will not be listed.
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