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App of the Week: Conojo Whiteboard


Whiteboarding always sounds like a great idea, until you start actually doing it, and start running into problems. Where are the markers? Who's going to do all the writing? Why is their handwriting so illegible? How are we all going to share this afterward? Shouldn't that be over there? Can we start all over?

The Conojo Whiteboard app for iPads solves many of the problems. It's got a number of drawing and writing tools that can never be lost or roll beneath the radiator, and a wide variety of templates, graphs, chart, backgrounds and formatting options. Even better, its Bluetooth integration lets you share quickly and easily, so everyone in the meeting can participate.

You can also record your whiteboarding sessions, and then export them for sharing on YouTube, social networks or by e-mail.

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