Microsoft releases "Microsoft Whiteboard Preview" app for Windows 10

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Microsoft today announced a new app that lets users turn their computer screens into whiteboards that can be edited and annotated by colleagues.

The limitless surface ensures that imagination has room to grow and provides space for everyone's ideas. You can also add pictures from the web or your device, add sticky notes, create image stacks, and more. Now even remote workers can easily join in and contribute to the discussion. Whiteboard is out of beta, but still in preview, so it's not quite the final version.

Whiteboard doesn't limit you to a single whiteboard, so you can work on multiple different whiteboards and work on them whenever you want. Whether you use pen or touch, Microsoft Whiteboard Preview recognizes your intent and delivers your desired outcomes in an instant.

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Microsoft Whiteboard, a new creative collaboration app that Microsoft first demoed back in May is launching in preview today. Whiteboard is free for anyone on Windows 10, but at least one person with an Office 365 personal, work, or school account is required for multi-party collaboration.

The app is available for download on the Microsoft store. The app will start rolling out to Windows 10 over the course of the next 24 hours, bringing the ability to essentially brainstorm, ideate, iterate and all of those other fun work things in real-time across multiple devices running the same operating system. After some time in the oven with private beta testers, Microsoft has announced Whiteboard is now available in public preview.