Wednesday, May 17, 2006 - Visual Whiteboard Collaboration

Here is another tool to play with, - Free Web-Based Collaboration. A few of us have used it a couple of times during our regular teleconference calls. (We normally use the phone and a Skype chat room). It was easy to use and useful for sketching visual ideas. We wished for a shared write board as well as a whiteboard because using the text tool was a bit clumsy. But overall, I like it. Useufl for a quick, free shared visualization space. Free for up to 20 users at a time. Includes a chat panel (right side) and list of users (upper right side.) You can save screens and email them to yourself or others.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi nancy,

thanks for your post on Just wanted to let you know that we will be releasing a new version by the end of June. In the meantime, try out the desktop sharing feature. Just go to "New Page" > "desktop sharing". if you have any questions, please feel free to email fred [at] simulat [dot] com.

(sorry, my blogger account is acting up and i cannot log in)

5:53 PM  
Blogger zby said...

Hi, this might be a bit OT, but I hope not too much. When I explaing things to people I like to draw, but I cannot do that with mouse. It somehow feels clumsy and too distracting from what I want to say, and also I cannot really draw what I want with it. Do you have this experience? Is it only lack of practice?

2:09 AM  
Blogger Nancy White said...

Thanks for the heads up, Fred. I'll check out the desktop sharing.

zby, what you might want to look into is something like a wacom tablet. you just hook it up through a USB port and you can then draw. I really liked mine (till I ran over the cord with my chair too many times and ruined it! LOL)

10:42 AM  

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