Jamboard Whiteboarding in Google Meet

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Are you a visual learner? If so, you’re going to love that Jamboard is coming to Google Meet!

Jamboard is Google’s interactive whiteboard which sits within the Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) family! However, Google is now adding it to Google Meet as a tool that you can use to creatively collaborate and interact live in meetings and workshops.

This week’s video shows you how to use this tool and bring more fun, as well as productivity to your online meetings and workshops. Read more here –

If you want to be able to seamlessly let your staff work remotely and move your office to the cloud to avoid headaches like VPNs and outdated ways of collaborating over email, talk to Damson Cloud about how Google’s communication and collaboration solutions can help your business –

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