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Stormboard: For Online Collaboration

Stormboard is an online collaboration tool which allows users to brainstorm ideas between themselves. Stormboard uses virtual stick notes on a whiteboard type backdrop which allows easy organization of the notes place there by the various users. It also allows the users the discuss between themselves which means that users can be anywhere and they can still work together. Another useful feature which is present in Stormboard, is the ability to export the work that is being done at any time throughout the process as many times as necessary. This can be a very useful feature for showing the progress of a simple idea to a fully fledged product.  Stormboard has different export options and these include PDF, spreadsheets or a report summary. This site is optimized to run in any browser, such as laptops, tablets and even phone browsers and this makes it all the more accessible.

Link to site: https://www.stormboard.com/

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One comment on “Stormboard: For Online Collaboration

  1. Sarah Buttigieg
    December 16, 2014

    A lot of persons write short notes when studying or revising information. However, keeping track and things organized is not always as easy, so yes this tool is very efficient and suitable. And I also like that you can export information whenever you want. I think that teachers should introduce this tool to their students and encourage them to use it, especially when doing their final revisions.

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