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Creativity and collaboration are key to growing your business and staying ahead of the competition. However, brainstorming sessions can be difficult when your colleagues are situated across a number of locations.

Google’s Jamboard tool is a great solution. One of the latest additions to the G Suite, Jamboard is a collaborative, digital whiteboard that makes it easy to create and share ideas in real time, and effectively moves the whiteboard to the cloud.

In a nutshell, Jamboard successfully combines business collaboration and video conferencing software to enable remote and local personnel to capture ideas and collaborate during meetings.

Collaborate with ease

The Jamboard features a 55-inch 4HD screen and provides a big-touch enabled display panel to enable multi-user collaboration. It also includes a built-in wide angle camera, built-in microphones and impressive speakers to enhance the experience. And it’s easy to move around the office with its purpose-built portable stand and single-cable setup.

Teams are able to sketch, write, draw, add notes, pictures and documents, and pull items directly from the web, regardless of your location. Plus, all your notes and material are exported to an easy to share digital format.

New feature

Google is constantly looking to improve their products and enhance the user experience. So, to make the Jamboard tool even more integrated with G Suite, the jam files you own will now appear in your Drive folder. This means you can easily open, copy, and share jam files from My Drive and Team Drives, and save jam files from Jamboard to My Drive.

The added benefits allow you to:

  • Share jam files directly from Drive.
  • Open jam files from Drive in the Jamboard web and mobile applications.
  • Search for jam files in Drive (by entering “type:jam” in the Drive search bar).

For more information on how you can explore and harness the full creativity of your business with Jamboard and G Suite, visit our Jamboard page.

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