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An error occurred while saving the commentJohn Rehill commented
I just discovered that this exists in a fashion already. When you have a whiteboard open, either a previous one or a blank one, you should have a '<-' arrow in the top left. Click/Press that and it should go to a landing page that shows all previous whiteboards that you have and the ability to create a new seperate whiteboard.
I have noticed that whiteboards used in Teams meetings also show and you can tell the difference by a blue people icon on the whiteboard. You can't delete the whiteboard but you can leave the whiteboard conversation if you no longer need it.With your own whiteboards you have the option to delete them.
274 voteswe have this · AdminIan Mikutel (Sr. Product Manager, Microsoft Whiteboard, Microsoft OneNote) responded
This has been in Whiteboard for Windows 10 since Dec 2018. Please see my tweet for details: https://twitter.com/IanMikutel/status/1071092283364192256