Microsoft opens up its Windows 10 Whiteboard app for public preview

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Microsoft's Whiteboard app, which company officials describe as a "limitless canvas" that supports inking and collaboration, has been in private preview for the past few months.

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When it announced the new Surface Pro a few months back, Microsoft also used the opportunity to preview Whiteboard, a Windows 10 app created to offer creative and business collaboration across devices.

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The app automatically transforms inexact drawings into standard shapes. The company has now added back the support for Live Tiles to the Store application along with improving the performance of the application on Windows 10 devices. Overall, Microsoft Whiteboard seems to be a nice compilation of everything Microsoft learned by developing its Surface Hub offering for organizations, and it should be a great tool for creative teams. It looks like a pretty compelling app, and one that straddles the line between Microsoft's traditional work focus and its current push to recruit more creative types through its Surface line of products. The latest Store app update is available for all Windows 10 PC and Mobile users, meaning the Store has been updated to public or production ring users.

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As you can probably guess, the biggest feature of this app is the collaborative aspect, but this will require users to have an Office 365 subscription.

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