24 September 2011
Conceptboard Whiteboarding Debuts Better for Google + Hangouts
Just a few days since the launch of the agent Hangouts + Google API (application programming interface), but we are already beginning to see some interesting implementations make their debut. Case in point: online whiteboard Conceptboard service introduced an extension that puts Hangouts Sketchpad own newly integrated Google to shame http://thetreadmills.com/smooth-treadmill-online.html.
Wednesday, Google rolled out nine new features of Google +, including several "extras" for Google + Hangouts, many people in the social network component video chat.Now in beta, these features allow users to work together on Hangouts Google Docs, share screens and collaborate together in Sketchpad, a single shared application sketch.
The Sketchpad Google Hangouts allows users to draw, add shapes, text, lines, images and more in a blank document can be saved in Google Docs.
Extending Conceptboard Hangouts, however, provides an implementation much richer sharing whiteboard.Essentially, the company comes packed in its current online service Hangouts whiteboard, allowing users to scribble freehand, use drawing tools, import other files (including images, PDF, Office docs), write notes, create tasks and take screenshots and share their screen area and the cursor with the other (for example, mode of presentation).
Advice is also available when the ends Hangout Conceptboard site for those who create a free account and via a unique URL.
Above all, these tips are available to others who have no extension, a Google Account + or Chrome Web browser installed. Failure + Google users can use the online service Conceptboard to work with others instead.
+ Google's API is still Hangouts test, thus extending Conceptboard Chrome is a "technology preview" for now. There may be bugs, but if you linger, you can contact the support team of the company here.The extension itself is available here on the Chrome Web Store.
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