...I first wrote about Whiteboard for Windows 10 back in May, when it was announced, noting that it provided two-way inking, intelligent ink conversion (shapes with accurate measurements and so on), real-time collaboration with remote users, and more. I suspect it will closely resemble the updated Whiteboard app for Surface Hub that shipped as part of the Creators Update.

But WindowsBlogItalia provides a few more details, including a (badly translated) peek at the release notes, which notes three main areas of capability: Use ink to enable smart features, use the power of the web, and work together from different places.

Anyway, it’s possible that this leak means a public release could happen soon.

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