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Zoom Whiteboard

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This article provides information about using the Whiteboard feature in Zoom. For information about using the Whiteboard in a Zoom Room, see Use the Zoom Room Whiteboard.

Whiteboard is a new tool from Zoom that allows teams to enhance collaboration and brainstorming, providing on-site and hybrid teams a unified space in which to work.

Accessible on any device, you can access Zoom Whiteboard at any time, whether during or outside of a meeting. It provides a variety of features, including sticky notes, drawing tools, and comments.

Start a Whiteboard

Zoom’s Whiteboard user guide provides details, including getting started creating, sharing, and managing a Whiteboard, as well as its prerequisites.

Whiteboard Controls

Zoom provides information regarding features, including editing tools, comments, and sharing in Zoom Whiteboard.

Manage Whiteboard Pages

The Whiteboard dashboard displays all of the whiteboards you’ve created and shared. You can manage them from the dashboard. Zoom also provides information about adding, deleting, and resolving comments in Zoom Whiteboard

Zoom Whiteboard Training

Zoom offers a free online Zoom Whiteboard Course to further understand all of the features available. A Zoom Whiteboard training video is also offered.

Sharing Whiteboards

  • Once you have created a whiteboard, click Share at the top right to send the Whiteboard to other users.
  • Enter the email addresses of the users you would like to share the Whiteboard with and set their permissions.
  • Click Send.
  • (Optional) Click Copy Link and then paste the link in a message or email to send to others.


  • When sharing, users are advised to share only with those specific users who require access to the Whiteboard and use the default setting of “Only invited user with the link can view”.
  • If you are commonly sharing Whiteboards with a large group of individuals, you can use Zoom’s Team Chat Channel feature to create a single Channel that includes all these individuals and then share to that Channel.


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