Cyber Assistant: Dabbleboard
Most likely, there are times when a work-related project requires you to collaborate with someone who is on another location. And it might be helpful if you could allow them to see things you are writing or drawing on your computer or a whiteboard. This is especially true if you work in a company where some of the employees work remotely.
Dabbleboard can be a great tool to help with these situations. It is an online whiteboard that helps you demonstrate and communicate ideas, so other people can easily visualize exactly what you mean. It’s very easy to use – you just start drawing, and it recognizes most common shapes and completes the drawing for you, or you can draw freehand if you prefer. You can also enter text anywhere on your drawing.
You can save previous drawings and images to your personal library, allowing you to quickly access and reuse them again. Or you can browse through the site’s public library and use images other people have made. You and your colleagues can log in at the same time to brainstorm together, and you can even do a video or voice chat.
You don’t need to buy or download any software to use Dabbleboard. The basic service is free, but you can upgrade to a Pro account for a fee to get more bells and whistles.
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