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Conceptboard vs GoVisually: What are the differences?

Conceptboard: Instant Whiteboards for Teams & Projects. Share and discuss your ideas, documents and concepts visually in one place rather than exchanging endless e-mail attachments; GoVisually: The simplest way to get visual feedback on your designs, mockups & print media. GoVisually gives you a beautiful interface to upload your designs and receive feedback from peers and customers. Using Govisually you will be able to graphically annotate feedback, leave and reply to comments, manage design versions, and much more.

Conceptboard and GoVisually can be categorized as "Visual Collaboration" tools.

Some of the features offered by Conceptboard are:

  • Comment and Discuss your Content
  • Keep Track of Changes
  • Cross Device Collaboration

On the other hand, GoVisually provides the following key features:

  • Upload & Share- Drag & Drop your file, Share it with your clients or co-workers, start collaborating.
  • Collaborate & Discuss- Use our awesome annotation tools to mark up changes, use comments to leave comments and reply to comments
  • Manage- Manage clients, projects, designs and revisions all from the same system.
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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 GoVisually?

    GoVisually gives you a beautiful interface to upload your designs and receive feedback from peers and customers. Using Govisually you will be able to graphically annotate feedback, leave and reply to comments, manage design versions, and much more.

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    What tools integrate with GoVisually?
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      What are some alternatives to Conceptboard and GoVisually?
      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.
      Quire
      It is a modern task management app for creative teams. It lets you map out your big ideas, break them down into small steps, and tackle them one by one with your team.
      Ziflow
      Created by the founders of ProofHQ, Ziflow's enterprise online proofing software helps brands and agencies deliver marketing projects faster by streamlining the review and approval of creative content, improving collaboration, centralizing feedback and eliminating manual steps through automated workflow. It replaces email, printouts and other ad-hoc methods for reviewing creative content with an enterprise-ready, pure-play online proofing solution.
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      Reviews of Conceptboard and GoVisually
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      Conceptboard

      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?