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    How to use the Whiteboard in Zoom

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    In this video I will show you everything you need to know about the Zoom Whiteboard. How you can use it for demonstrations, How you can use it to collaborate and have students write on the same Whiteboard. And how you can stop them from writing on your Whiteboard!

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    1. many thanks for this. so easy to use, I encountered a problem when I used a stylus pen to draw on the whiteboard, a straight line always connect the stlus pen contact poing to the mouse cursor pen, How do I solve this problem

    2. Great video! But there is one thing I've been wondering about: is it possible do let different participants interact with each other's annotations? If I divide my students into breakout rooms and have them work simulatenously on different parts of a whiteboard, I want to be able to walk around in the breakout rooms and then access their annotations and edit them directly. If they use the textbox to write, I would like to able to click on their textbox and edit the text they have written. So far, I've not been able to figure out how to do this. Do you know if it's possible? A video on this would surely be helpful to many teachers!

    3. In short Seth brilliant! Fried my brain trying to find the switch tools for students on and off. The named annotations too is brilliant. Have sent this to my colleagues. Many thanks. G


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