Remote workers, multicontinental teams, crowdsourced projects -- there are a lot of reasons to use collaboration tools, but few that are built around stylus or pen input. Microsoft has been teasing its own Whiteboard app for some time, and a public preview is now available.
Back in May, Microsoft showed off Surface Pro updates. The just-released app promises to be a collaborative tool for real-time sharing of drawings, photos, graphs and more, not just for Surface products, but any Windows 10 system.and other stylus-friendly Office updates while talking about the latest
The preview of Whiteboard, available here, is free, albeit with a catch. Any Windows 10 user can download and use it. To save work to the cloud, you need to log into a Microsoft account, and to collaborate with a group, at least one member must be an Office 365 subscriber.
The Whiteboard preview is available now for the English-language version of Windows 10, with support for other languages coming in "a few months," according to Microsoft.