Canva Whiteboard is a tool that was created by Canva in order to cater to the requirements of enterprises for remote working. This post will take you step-by-step through the process how to use Canva whiteboard and provide you with specific examples of how to organize fruitful talks with the Canva whiteboard.
- What is Canva Whiteboard?
- When is Canva Whiteboard used?
- Is Canva Whiteboard free?
- How to Use Canva Whiteboard?
- Step 5: Download
- Specific examples of holding group discussions in a workshop
What is Canva Whiteboard?
When is Canva Whiteboard used?
With synchronous interoperability and a rich template store, Canva whiteboard can be used flexibly for individual, team, and organizational purposes in developing ideas, building forms, or group discussions, for example:
- Idea development
- Project planning
- Group discussion
- Online discussion via Zoom
Is Canva Whiteboard free?
Canva Whiteboard is a function available in all types of Canva account.
How to Use Canva Whiteboard?
Step 1: Add Canva whiteboard
There are two ways to create a Canva whiteboard:
Method 1: Create a Canva whiteboard from the home interface.
Method 2: Extend your slideshow to Canva whiteboard.
Step 2: Choose the Canva Whiteboard template
In the interface window of Canva Whiteboard you can choose from a lot of different templates.
There is unlimited design space, allowing you to add a lot of forms on the same interface. Members have the option to view different forms at the same time.
Some common templates
Step 3: Add members
There are two ways to add members to the discussion:
Method 1: the host manually adds each member
Method 2: send a link or QR code for participants to access.
Discussion hosts should be aware when choosing a sharing mode : individual, group or anyone with a link.
Step 4: Discuss online
Participants in discussions have similar rights to move objects, add content, or interact with comments or content. of other team members.
Quick flow function: allows doubling the object right on the screen with a plus sign instead of having to choose the charge combination Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V.
Timer function: allows the countdown time to be displayed to all participants in the discussion.’
Step 5: Download
There are two download options
Option 1: select the area to download and use the Download selected section function
Option 2: download all forms in the design space
Specific examples of holding group discussions in a workshop
Step 1: Prepare what to discuss
Examples of topics to discuss in the company include: Developing product ideas, drawing customer portraits, finding customer needs, analyzing the root cause of pain, outline the feature of the product.
With such contents, the host should prepare discussion forms such as the following table:
|Develop product ideas||Mindmap||The entire company||General, live discussion on Canva Whiteboard|
|Draw customer portraits, find customer needs||Customer Canvas||By group (marketing department, customer department…)||Group discussions, live on Canva Whiteboard|
|Analyze the root causes of demand||Fishbone diagram||By group (marketing department, customer department…)||Group discussions, live on Canva Whiteboard|
|Outline of product features||Product Features||By group (marketing department, customer department…)||Group discussions, live on Canva Whiteboard|
Step 2: Transfer group discussions
From the agenda of the workshop, the host forms discussion spaces for private groups on topics by creating additional pages for each content. capacity, for each group:
Step 3: Hold a discussion
Groups participate in discussions, build content on assigned spaces.
Step 4: Present
Groups using discussion results using slideshow functionality
Step 5: Compile documents to make a summary report of the workshop
The host summarizes and prints the discussion results of the groups serving the workshop report.
Canva Whiteboard is a feature developed by Canva to meet the remote working needs of organizations. Canva Whiteboard is increasingly being applied in organizations with members working remotely or international conferences with members from many countries.