Collaborative tools are increasingly used by companies to organize remote work. Whiteboard tools are designed to facilitate any type of virtual meeting and promote collaborative work remotely. What could be better than these tools to make your daily life easier! There is a multitude of them, but we have selected the best of the moment!

1. Klaxoon

Klaxoon

Created in 2015, Klaxoon is a French platform originally designed to boost physical meetings through quizzes, polls and document sharing. Currently, it’s focused on equipping teams. More precisely, those who collaborate synchronously in meetings and asynchronously between meetings.

Klaxoon is equipped with a collaborative whiteboard, called Board Hybrid. It displays:

  • Files,
  • drawings,
  • images,
  • Links,
  • Videos…

All these tools are complemented by a video conferencing interface that supports 50 to 250 participants. In addition, the hybrid dashboard presents other tools to make meetings much more productive. Klaxoon has thought of everything for a quality communication facilitating work in hybrid mode.

Klaxoon is in a neck-and-neck situation with Miro, which follows it in the ranking. Today, it has become totally indispensable!

2. Miro

Miro

Miro’s virtual whiteboard, created in 2011, has grown considerably over the years. This platform that has become a must-have for telecommuting teams provides access to:

  • Workshops,
  • Ideation,
  • Brainstorming,
  • Design thinking,
  • Planning…

The main advantages of Miro are :

  • Its clear and playful interface,
  • Its regular updates,
  • Its screen sharing function with the possibility to share a board while protecting it with a password,
  • Its videoconference function
  • Its chat function.

These assets make it a reference in terms of collaborative whiteboard tools. However, this does not prevent Mural from being equipped with significant assets to be part of the references.

3. MURAL

MURAL

Also born in 2011, MURAL, Miro’s main competitor, has the mission of offering a dynamic and shared virtual space. It allows to animate a workshop or a collective intelligence session.

MURAL’s particularity lies in the large library it offers to its users to visualize their ideas and describe processes. This library consists of multicolored notes, icons, animated gifs, shapes and connectors. In addition, there is also the possibility to share chats, dialogue in a chat module or initiate a voice call.

Like Miro, MURAL gives access to more than 200 templates for brainstorming, design, planning, agile practices…. The interface here is less extensive, but this does not diminish the performance of the platform.

4. Microsoft whiteboard

Microsoft Whiteboard

Microsoft whiteboard is what you need, if you need a virtual whiteboard for occasional use. This virtual board tool is easy to use and is also available offline.

It has other tools that are essentially required for a virtual whiteboard. These include freehand drawing, adding photos and text, and proofreading option among others.

Users can share the board without using a connection. They can also control their access and save the boards by downloading them as images.

5. Conceptboard

Conceptboard

Conceptboard is the ideal tool if you need a whiteboard to collaborate on storyboards. It is also suitable for a design agency for example.

It allows its users:

  • To add drawings, text, shapes,
  • To integrate video and audio content,
  • To converse by chat,
  • Leave comments on the board,
  • Assign tasks within the application.

With Conceptboard, it is possible to create an unlimited number of sections on a whiteboard. They can be exported as an image or as a PDF file. It is possible to save or share them outside the tool.

6. Milanote

Milanote

With this platform, the specificity is to work in real time on the same project. This work can be done with collaborators or individually and then shared at any time.

Milanote allows a fluid organization of ideas and projects in visual tables modeled in advance. It is easy to use and features a simple text editor and a task management tool. Brainstorming sessions are easier thanks to its easy-to-use interface.

7. Lucidspark

Lucidspark

Lucidspark is one of the best whiteboard platforms. It brings out the best ideas by offering users the ability to make:

  • Pre-made templates,
  • Freehand drawings
  • Freehand drawings
  • Communication options
  • Other intuitive features make it more efficient for the organization.

With this tool, a very good working environment is established with the employees who can also express their ideas.

8. Stormboard

Stormboard

Based on the “post-it” system, Stormboard is an online whiteboard reference. Each of the digital notes on this board can have its own whiteboard. This increases the possibilities for brainstorming and collaboration.

User members can each create their own board and add their ideas to it. A vote can be taken at the end to select the best boards by discussing them in a chat. Stormboard also gives the possibility to directly assign tasks and targets agile practices (Kanban, PI Planning), brainstorming, design thinking or strategic planning.

9. Limnu

Limnu

Limnu is a tool that looks a lot like a physical whiteboard. It is ideal if you are still reluctant to go digital for your brainstorming sessions. It is nevertheless realistic.

Limnu has collaborative features that allow you to invite others to consult. It offers the possibility to limit the access to the boards so that others can see it without modifying the content. The collaboration will then be done by chat.

Limnu is suitable for brainstorming and remains available online.

10. Freehand

Invision-Freehand

The Freehand platform offers a digital space where the whole team can brainstorm surprising ideas. Through its tools, for brainstorming, creativity is stimulated in the team and collaboration is sharpened. Tools necessary for the brainstorming of companies like drawing, communication and many others are offered with Freehand.

The features offered by Freehand are very useful for digital space lovers.

11. Zitboard

Ziteboard

Zitboard is among the best zoomable collaborative whiteboard platforms. It offers you features for

  • Drawing;
  • Explaining and teaching;
  • Meetings;
  • Discussions;
  • Online training…

It improves remote collaboration and promotes your work. With Zitboard, it is also possible to share ideas with collaborators and bring out a team result.

12. FigJam

FigJam

FigJam is the latest collaborative whiteboard. It facilitates the virtual development of thinking and innovation projects. A tool like FigJam allows continuous organization of the team, improved thinking and good concentration. It is a robust brainstorming tool that allows you to:

  • Create diagrams;
  • Plot user paths;
  • Analyze the results;
  • Maintain a remote working environment and much more.

FigJam is an optimal solution without comparison.