Add multiple pages for Whiteboard
By having multiple pages for Whiteboard, the erase can continue the discussion in different pages and refer back to initial pages, instead eof rasing them.
Thiagarajan Ganesh commented
If you can combine some of the features of Scrble Ink (such as pages, export to .pdf, straight line feature in ink to shape etc.) this will be a very useful product. It currently has many good features.
Josephine Winkler commented
Add a page break like on word.
I know I could start another whiteboard after saving the one I'm working on. However, after trying the whiteboard on zoom, it let me add a new page, and I could go back and forth on several ideas I'd drawn before, which is very convenient, which saves my time to find where my boards if I'm getting more and more ideas!
Kpopfan forever commented
yes some times you need to save pages because you have no space
If you are used to using a real whiteboard, you know that opening a new page is crucial. Erasing everything to write more does not only inhibit answering questions by referring back, but also makes a painful break in a lecture or lesson. I am very, very surprised that Microsoft Whiteboard does not have this feature!!
Wow these are good ideas.
This is a must-have feature. Currently, there is no way to have multiple pages on a given board, which is very restricting. Also, all the pages should be accessible as a thumbnail from any given page. This feature request also applies to Windows 10 app. I hope the team puts out the feature asap. Thank you!
Also, when someone is importing a pdf or PowerPoint, it should automatically import as separate pages.
Besides a video on PowerPoint should remain still as a playable video.
We need the ability to create multiple pages or boards within a teaching environment.
Allowing each page/board to be exported.
Potential for providing a URL that allows people to jump to a specific page within the Whiteboard session would also be useful (lecture notes refer to a specific item/topic within a lecture).
This is specially important for organization, when you want to bring up several sequential topics without polluting or having to navigate on a single board
By adding a multipage feature like Jamboard, break out room members can collaborate on their own separate board and share back their findings in the main room (teaching).