What is RealtimeBoard?
It is a visual collaboration platform to create, collaborate, and centralize communication across your company.It enables you to engage all your collocated, distributed,or remote teams across formats, tools, channels, and time zones, without the constraints of physical location, meeting space, and whiteboards.
RealtimeBoard is a tool in the Project Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses RealtimeBoard?
10 companies reportedly use RealtimeBoard in their tech stacks, including Swingvy, RentRocket, and Clear Channel.
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use RealtimeBoard.
Why developers like RealtimeBoard?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use RealtimeBoard
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- Create mockups and schemes
- Write down ideas
- Leave feedback on your colleagues' input
- Use Post-it notes
- Build a whole project on one board
- Collaborate remotely
- Share the board
- Video chat
- Add files, images and documents from your computer and Google Drive
- Explore the built-in collections
- Use integrated libraries of icons
- Use wireframes and other content, which is ready to be used
- Pick a couple of hand-crafted templates
- Convert content from the board into a presentation right in RealtimeBoard using the Frames tool
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