In particular, Jamboard, which enables remote collaboration and is tightly integrated with Google Workspace and pulls content from Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, will be discontinued.
Google recommends that users consider switching to third-party whiteboard apps like Figma’s FigJam, Lucidspark’s Lucid Software, or Miro.
This transition means existing Jamboard users will have to purchase new hardware, as their existing devices will quickly become obsolete without third-party support.
Google plans to reimburse educational institutions for the cost of Jamboard devices.
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