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What is Conceptboard?

Share and discuss your ideas, documents and concepts visually in one place rather than exchanging endless e-mail attachments.

What is Framebench?

Framebench lets teams share, discuss & work together on almost any file type. Perfect for review & feedback workflows

What is Notism?

With NOTISM you can gather feedback from your team or clients, share designs for review, turn static screens into interactive prototypes and boost up your workflow.
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                  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.
                  Miro
                  It is a visual collaboration platform to create, collaborate, and centralize communication across your company on a single online whiteboard.
                  Loom
                  It is a work communication tool that helps you get your message across through instantly shareable video.
                  Assemblage
                  For more efficient projects, teams and meetings. Collaborate directly in your browser. Supports 20+ filetypes. Draw, annotate and edit with partners, co-workers or friends. All changes happen real-time on all screens.
                  Cage
                  Cage is an online collaboration tool that provides a secure environment for creative teams in web, mobile, print, video, design, 3D and motion graphics to easily present their work for feedback and approval. It also provides clients a simple, intuitive venue for offering direction in real-time on an actual creative asset.
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                  Just look at their website, it says it's free for the first 30, days... No credit card required. So there goes yet another potentially awesome tool, all because they couldn't capture users quickly by tearing off the annoying price tag. Why do you think Slack and Trello made it?

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