There's a new version of the Microsoft Whiteboard app for Microsoft 365 and it's been enhanced to support collaborative work whether people find themselves working at home or at the office. Over the last few years, the way people work has changed and as workplaces reopen, there's a need for better hybrid remote and office-based workplace solutions.
Whiteboard works just like a physical whiteboard, meaning that it can be used for drawing ideas, erasing them or elaborating with sticky notes, text and more. With an enhanced focus on collaboration, Microsoft updated the app with "collaboration cursors" so that users can see what others are doing. There's also a laser pointer for bringing attention to key areas, well as templates for creating presentations with ease.