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Classroom is an online and fully browser-based platform for delivering lessons. It is designed to be easy to learn and to reflect a traditional physical classroom. There is no software to install and students do not need to create an account. There is also built-in support for Google Classroom, to easily invite students, and cloud integration, to easily share lesson materials.

Classroom works in two browser tabs/windows, with the initial tab displaying the digital whiteboard canvas, where teachers can import and edit lesson content. The second tab provides a dashboard for student management, with controls for chat and group (huddle) work and notices relating to student attention or students raising their hands. As such, two screens are recommended.

To get started, check system requirements and how to create a myViewBoard account.

Please note, myViewBoard Classroom is available to Premium and Entity user accounts only.


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System requirements

System requirements
Teacher Scenario Recommended Specifications
Running Classroom to edit lesson content
(no students or video streaming)
  • CPU: dual-core, Intel i5 6th Gen or above
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Network: 1 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload
  • Devices: PCs, laptops (including Surface Go), and ViewSonic ViewBoards with Windows 10
  • OS: Windows 10, macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or 11 (Big Sur), and ChromeOS (versions after 83).
  • Browsers1: Google Chrome (v83+) or Microsoft Edge (88.0.705.74)
Editing lesson content, video streaming,
<15 students
  • CPU: dual-core, Intel i5 6th Gen or above
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Network: 13 Mbps download and 13 Mbps upload for a whole classroom
  • Devices: PCs, laptops (including Surface Go), and ViewSonic ViewBoards with Windows 10
  • OS: Windows 10, macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or 11 (Big Sur), and ChromeOS (versions later than 83)
  • Browsers1: Google Chrome (v83+) or Microsoft Edge (88.0.705.74)
Editing lesson content, video streaming,
> 15 students
  • CPU: quad-core, Intel i7 or above
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Network: 25 Mbps download and 25 Mbps upload for a whole classrrom
  • Devices: PCs, laptops (including Surface Go), and ViewSonic ViewBoards with Windows 10
  • OS: Windows 10, macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or 11 (Big Sur), and ChromeOS (versions later than 83)
  • Browsers1: Google Chrome (v83+) or Microsoft Edge (88.0.705.74)
For student devices
  • CPU: dual-core Intel i5 6th gen or above
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Network: 2 Mbps download and 256 Kbps upload
  • Devices2: PCs, laptops (including Surface Go), ViewSonic ViewBoards with Windows 10, Chromebook, iPad Pro (all models), iPad (6th gen or above), iPad Air 2 or above, iPad mini 4 or above
  • OS: Windows 10, macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or 11 (Big Sur), ChromeOS (versions later than 83), iPad OS (latest 2 releases), and Android (latest 2 releases)
  • Browsers1,3: Google Chrome (v83+) or Microsoft Edge (88.0.705.74)

1Internet Explorer is not supported.
2We recommend the device is not more than 3 years old.
3Safari is strongly recommended for iPad users.

  • If you experience performance issues, first close unnecessary programs and browser tabs. If your issue is still not resolved, contact your IT department for further support.
  • We recommend a screen resolution of 1920x1080 for best usability (with 125% zoom recommended).
Whitelist domains

Whitelisting domains is typically handled by IT administrators.

Domain Description
*.myviewboard.com Required for the web applications ecosystem to function.
myviewboard.com Contains a sub-service ecosystem required to allow wildcard subdomains.
*.myviewboard.cloud Required for proper functioning of web service resources.
myviewboardclips.com Allows proper functioning of myViewBoard Clips.
*.visualstudio.com VisualStudio API is used to enhance user experience.
*.pndsn.com Chat Room API.

Note: Asterisks * must be included where shown above.


Please ensure the following compulsory ports are whitelisted:

  • Protocol: HTTPS/2 SSL
  • Port 443 for websocket connection

It is also strongly recommended to whitelist the following ports:

  • UDP port 40000-65535
  • Port 3478 (UDP and TCP listening)
  • Port 5349 (TLS and DTLS listening port)
  • For STUN servers: Recommended to whitelist port 19302 (UDP)
Auto timeout

If the Classroom browser tab is not used for 30 minutes, you (the teacher/session host) will be automatically signed out and the session will terminate. Student sessions will also terminate.

Please note that this auto-timeout is not the same as myViewBoard account timeout, which can be configured from the FollowMe settings on myviewboard.com (requires sign-in).

Current limitations

Users may encounter the following limitations when using Classroom.

The myViewBoard team is aware of these limitations and is working to resolve them.

If you notice an issue not listed here while using Classroom, please let us know via myViewBoard Support. With your feedback, we will continue to improve myViewBoard services.


General Limitations
1. On mobile devices, a session will terminate immediately if sent to the background (for example, by switching apps or going to the home screen).

  • Users currently in a session will drop.
  • The current session automatically terminates for the host.

2. Importing files to Classroom sometimes results in formatting issues. These details may result in issues:

  • Tables with cell spacing
  • Page colors and page borders
  • Images/Fonts: effects, spacing, position
  • Audio, video, and PDF active elements
  • PPT: effects and animations
  • PDF: bookmarks, tags, comments

3. If text or other elements aren't displaying correctly, consider adjusting the browser zoom level and the system zoom level. On Windows devices, search for Scale and layout in settings, and adjust to 100% - this may help resolve display issues in Classroom. 4. Classroom currently supports up to 60 students per session.


Browser

  • Chrome: Underlined text sometimes does not display properly.


Devices

  • iPad: When a teacher plays both a YouTube clip and a video call, students using iPads may only see the YouTube clip.
  • iPad: If a teacher first gives a student permission to talk, and then revokes that permission, students using an iPad may still be able to talk if they click the microphone pop-up after the teacher revokes permission. In other words, the talk permission from the teacher triggers the microphone pop-up on the student's iPad, which remains there until the student clicks Cancel or Allow. If the student clicks Allow after the teacher has already revoked speaking permission, the student can still speak to the class. The teacher can disable this by again enabling and then disabling the student's speaking rights.
  • iPad and Android tablets: The screen record feature is not supported on Android tablets and iPads.
  • iPad: .mp4 files may not work due to incompatibility with the browser.

Open Classroom

Classroom works directly from within a suitable web browser. There is no need to download software. We recommend using Google Chrome or a Chromium browser such as Edge. Accessing Classroom is simple:


Digital whiteboard tools

For a printer-friendly overview of all Classroom icons and features on the Classroom whiteboard, see Classroom Toolbar Icons.

The main toolbar contains most of the key tools to create lessons. You can also import lessons from this toolbar. It appears on the right side of the screen by default but can be dragged to either side of the screen.

Teachers have the following tools to create a lesson:

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MT 1 file.svg
MT 2 Magic Box.svg
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Classroom 3.0 MT 4 Pen.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 5 eraser.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 6 sticky.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 7 shapes.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 8 text.svg
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Classroom 3.0 MT 9 undo.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 91 redo.svg
Classroom 3.0 MT 92 background.svg
File Manager
Create, share, import, and export files.
Magic Box
Access cloud and local storage, as well as media and other resources.
Select tool
Select objects and pictures.
Pen
Draw freehand lines. Click again to open pen options.
Eraser
Erase objects. Click again to open eraser options.
Sticky notes
Add sticky notes with text.
Shapes
Draw shapes with different styles.
Text
Insert and format text.
Zoom
Zoom the canvas.
Undo
Reverse the previous action.
Redo
Reverse the previous undo action.
Background
Change the background of one or all pages.
MT 1 file.svg
File Manager
Create, share, import, and export files.
MT 2 Magic Box.svg
Magic Box
Access cloud and local storage, as well as media and other resources.
Classroom 3.0 MT 3 select.svg
Select tool
Select objects and pictures.
Classroom 3.0 MT 4 Pen.svg
Pen
Draw freehand lines. Click again to open pen options.
Classroom 3.0 MT 5 eraser.svg
Eraser
Erase objects. Click again to open eraser options.
Classroom 3.0 MT 6 sticky.svg
Sticky notes
Add sticky notes with text.
Classroom 3.0 MT 7 shapes.svg
Shapes
Draw shapes with different styles.
Classroom 3.0 MT 8 text.svg
Text
Insert and format text.
Zoom-in2.svg
Zoom
Zoom the canvas.
Classroom 3.0 MT 9 undo.svg
Undo
Reverse the previous action.
Classroom 3.0 MT 91 redo.svg
Redo
Reverse the previous undo action.
Classroom 3.0 MT 92 background.svg
Background
Change the background of one or all pages.


Open, import, and save lessons

Teachers can create a new lesson or open an existing lesson into Classroom. Many file types are supported, so if you have existing lesson materials it is easy to open them in Classroom.

To save/export your lesson, click the File Manager icon MT 1 file.svg in the main toolbar to view the following options:

Option
Description
New file classroom1.svg
New file
Creates a new blank canvas.
Note that the current canvas will be discarded if you proceed.
Open file classroom.svg
Open
Loads the contents of a .qb or .olf file from either your local or cloud storage into the lesson.
Note the file type must be toggled in the Windows file explorer to view either file type.
Export to qb.svg
Save
Quick save a lesson you have been working on.
Export to .pdf Classroom.svg
Save as
Saves a copy of the lesson into either .qb, .olf., or .pdf file format.
You can choose to save to your local or cloud storage.
Note: When bound to a Google Classroom, the option to post your session to the bound Google Class is available.

Share by QR Code
Classroom generates a PDF file of the lesson, uploads it to your connected cloud storage account, and displays a QR code and URL.
Students can see the QR code during the Classroom session and scan it to download the PDF file. You may also share the URL to the students.


Tip: Connecting cloud storage such as Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive to your myViewBoard account enables easy access to your files from any device you run Classroom on. It works with other myViewBoard apps like Whiteboard too, and allows easy sharing of lesson content. See the below section for more information.

Files may also be imported through the Magic Box MT 2 Magic Box.svg (see below). Students can upload their own content during a Classroom session this way.

Supported file formats
Type Format (Teacher view) Format (Student view)
Image .JPEG, .PNG, .GIF
Video *.MP4, *.MOV
Audio .*.WAV, *.AAC, *.MP3
Scalable Vector Graphics .SVG
Microsoft Word .DOC, .DOCX n/a
Portable Document Format .PDF n/a
PowerPoint .PPT and .PPTX n/a
Google Jamboard, Google Docs, Slides n/a


MT 2 Magic Box.svg Magic Box: tools for interactivity

In Magic Box you can import content from your device, cloud storage, or the web. YouTube and myViewBoard Clips videos can also be searched within Magic Box, and added to the canvas.

Click the Magic Box icon MT 2 Magic Box.svg on the main toolbar to access the following:

Icon Description
Classroom 3.0 Magic Box PC icon.svg This PC
Open files from your device.
Google drive.svg Google Drive
Import resources from your connected Google Drive account.
For multi-page files, each page is inserted into its own canvas page.
OneDrive Classroom.svg OneDrive & OneDrive for Business
Import resources saved from your connected OneDrive account.
For multi-page files, each page is inserted into its own canvas page.
Classroom 3.0 Magic Box image search.svg Images
Safely search for images from the web. To insert, drag an image onto the canvas.
New polls classroom.svg Polls (Classroom)1
Create a quiz with True or False or Multiple Choice answer options.
Icon Clips.svg myViewBoard Clips2
Insert curated, safe, and certified educational videos.
Icon YouTube.svg YouTube
Search for YouTube videos. To insert, drag a video onto the canvas.
Switch to presentation mode (bottom-left icon) to have the option to play the video.
Icon Webpage.svg Web page
Embed a web page or a web page link onto the canvas.
Switch to presentation mode to browse the page or open it in a new tab.
Icon Animated widget.svg Widgets1,3
Animations that users can insert onto the canvas.
In present mode, users can click on an object to trigger an animation.
Classroom Sketchfab.svg Sketchfab1,3
Browse millions of 3D models.
Let students explore models at their own pace in present mode.
Classroom Assessment.svg Assessments1,3
Create Assessments to be delivered during a lesson with multiple choice, short answer, and essay response options.
Classroom Tools.svg Tools1,3
Collection of advanced interactive lesson elements like Ladder Shuffle, Dice, Ruler, and more to come.

1Only available in Classroom; i.e. to Premium and Entity account users.
2Available only to Entity account users.
3Features marked with the tag TRIAL are available on a trial basis, free of charge until myViewBoard changes the terms of service.


Shortcut hotkeys

Classroom supports essential Windows keyboard hotkeys to help teachers navigate Classroom tools for lesson preparation and delivery with ease.

Hotkeys list
Keys Actions
Home Go to the first page (if the canvas contains multiple pages)
End Go to the last page (if the canvas contains multiple pages)
Ctrl+ Go to the next page (if the canvas contains multiple pages)
Ctrl+ Go to the previous page (if the canvas contains multiple pages)
CTRL+A Select all objects
CTRL+C Copy object
CTRL+V Paste object
CTRL+X Cut object
CTRL+Y Redo
Reapplies an action that was previously undone.
CTRL+Z Undo
Reverses the last action taken.
CTRL+O Open File
Prompts the user to open a file, with auto-save and huddle options following.
CTRL+S Save File
CTRL+ALT+N New File
Informs the user the current canvas will be replaced before opening a file.
CTRL+R Screen recorder
Opens a screen recording prompt.
F12 Save as
Del Delete a selected object.
CTRL+1 File Management
Opens a submenu.
CTRL+2 Magic Box
Opens a submenu.
CTRL+3 Canvas zoom
Opens a window allowing you to select the level of zoom.
CTRL+4 Selection
CTRL+5 Pen
CTRL+6 Eraser
CTRL+7 Shapes and Lines
CTRL+8 Text Editor
CTRL+9 Page Manager
Alt + / / / Move a selected object.

Page management

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The current page number and total pages are displayed at the center of the class management toolbar at bottom of the screen.

  • Click Classroom 3.0 page arrow left.svg or Classroom 3.0 page arrow right.svg to navigate across the canvas pages.
  • The current page number is displayed over the total number of pages.
  • Click the plus icon Classroom 3.0 Add page main screen.svg to add a new page.


Classroom students list icon.svgClass huddle bar.svg
Similarly, when in huddle overview, clicking the left Classroom huddle prev btn.svg and right Classroom huddle nxt btn.svg arrows at the bottom of the page cycles between all huddle pages corresponding to the currently opened teacher page.

Click the students list icon Classroom students list icon.svg to view all the students currently in this huddle.


Page overview

To open the page overview, click the page counter displayed at the center of the class management toolbar.


The following actions are available:

  • Click a page to navigate to it.
  • Click Classroom 3.0 Icon duplicate.svg to duplicate a page.
  • Select desired pages and click Classroom 3.0 Apply to huddle icon.svg to duplicate a page to huddles.
  • Select desired pages and click Classroom 3.0 huddle overview download button.svg to export the page(s) to a PDF.
  • Select desired pages and click Classroom 3.0 delete page icon circle red.svg to delete a page.
  • Click Classroom 3.0 page overview add page plus .svg to add a new page.
  • Click and drag pages to reorder them. Note that reordering teacher pages will correspondingly reorder pages for every huddle.


Important note on how pages work in Classroom

Every page created on the teacher's canvas creates a corresponding page in student huddles. Adding and deleting pages on the teacher's canvas will therefore add and delete corresponding pages in student huddles. For example, if the teacher adds 5 pages to her canvas, 5 new pages will automatically be added to all huddles. If page 3 of 5 is deleted by the teacher, the corresponding 3rd page is removed from all huddle canvasses, too. The same logic applies to reordering pages.


Huddle overview

To open the huddle overview, open the page overview and then click the Huddle tab at the top.

Here, you can view and manage all teacher pages corresponding to huddle pages. The following actions are available:

  • Click a teacher or huddle page to navigate to it in the teacher canvas.
  • Click Classroom 3.0 Apply to huddle icon.svg next to a desired teacher page to duplicate it to huddles.
  • Select desired huddle pages and click Classroom 3.0 Apply to huddle icon.svg to duplicate to huddles.
  • Select desired pages and click Classroom 3.0 huddle overview download button.svg to export the page(s) to a PDF.
Note:
  • In lecture mode: The page view you take on the teacher canvas corresponds to the page visible to your students. For example, you are viewing teacher page 3 of 5. All students, no matter which huddle, will also be viewing teacher page 3 of 5. Likewise, you click into page 3 of Huddle 2. Huddle 2's page will be visible on the teacher canvas as well as visible to all huddles.
  • In huddle mode: The page view you take on the teacher canvas dictates the huddle page visible to your students. For example, you are viewing teacher page 3 of 5. Students in Huddle 1 will view Huddle 1's page corresponding to teacher page 3 of 5. Students in Huddle 2 will view Huddle 2's page corresponding to teacher page 3 of 5, etc.

Invite students

Students do not need to create a myViewBoard account to participate in lessons. As well, they can access Classroom directly from a web browser and do not need to download any software.

Note: Classroom supports up to 601 students per session.

1Session quality and connectivity may be impacted depending on PC performance, bandwidth, and router configuration.

To invite students:

  1. The Classroom host can click their ID in the top-right corner of the screen (see image below) to display a pop-up containing a unique session QR code, ID, and URL.
    • Students can scan the QR code with the myViewBoard Companion App or another QR code reader, after which the student will be redirected to join the Classroom session. This method is convenient if students are using mobile devices.
    • Students can input the URL shared by the teacher in a browser. The URL format is the following: https://myviewboard.com/classroom/student?c=xxxxxx1
  2. Next, the student enters their name and the session password (if a password has been set by the teacher), and can join the Classroom session.

1Tip: Teachers can copy the session URL by clicking the URL.


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Importing students via Google Classroom

To import students via Google Classroom, a Google Classroom account must first be bound to the teacher's myViewBoard account. Do this in the Cloud Integration section of the FollowMe settings at myviewboard.com.

After binding the Google Classroom account, follow these steps:

  1. In Classroom, click the settings icon ClassroomSetting232434234.svg at the top right of the screen. Go to Classroom 3.0 cloud integration.svg Cloud Integration click Bind next to Google class.
  2. In the pop-up window, follow the steps to link your Google Classroom to myViewBoard Classroom. Make sure you sign in to the same Google account that you use for Google Classroom, the same one bound to myViewBoard in the FollowMe Settings area (mentioned above).
  3. Finally, from the Cloud Integration section in Classroom settings, click the drop down arrow to select which Google Class to bind.
  4. An invitation to this Google Classroom session will then be posted to the Google Classroom you just selected.


Note: Binding your existing Google Classroom class to myViewBoard Classroom allows you to share invitation links and session materials to Google Classroom.

Share your audio and video

Allowing students to see the teacher as well as hear her voice helps with student engagement.

  1. First, click the streaming icon Classroom 3 teacher video audio streaming.svg at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Once streaming has begun, your video and audio feed will turn on and be visible to any students who have joined the session.
    • Click Classroom 3.0 video recorder.svg to stop sharing video from your device camera/webcam.
    • Click Classroom 3.0 video recorder off.svg to reopen video sharing.
    • Click Classroom 3.0 teacher microphone.svg to stop sharing audio.
    • Click Classroom 3.0 teacher microphone off.svg to reopen audio sharing.
  3. Hide or show the video feed by clicking Classroom streaming maxminimize-2.svg.
  4. Drag the video feed mini window around the teacher's canvas by clicking and holding the drag button Classroom vid window drag.svg.
  5. To end audio and video sharing, click the stop button Classroom streaming end.svg.

Dashboard: Manage students

Classroom supports up to sixty students. When launching Classroom, only the teacher canvas is visible. To access student management controls, teachers must open the Classroom Dashboard.

To access the dashboard, click the dashboard icon Classroom dashboard btn.svg in the classroom management toolbar.


Read more about Dashboard here.

Huddle discussions

Just as in a physical classroom, myViewBoard Classroom also allows for group discussions. The teacher can switch from lecture mode, which shares the teacher canvas to the whole class, to huddle discussion, which groups students into huddles for discussions.


  1. First, in the dashboard, make sure to set the number of huddles (from 1 to 60).
  2. After the huddles have been created, drag and drop students into desired huddles, or simply click the shuffle button Shuffle huddle.svg to randomly and evenly distribute students into huddles.
  3. Click the huddle discussion icon Classroom toggle lecture to huddle.svg in the dashboard (above the video feed box).
    • Note: The huddle discussion icon can also be found in the teacher canvas window at the bottom-right.
  4. Set a timer for the discussion on the pop-up prompt.
    • Note: When the timer runs out, all students will be brought back to the teacher's canvas page.
  5. Now that huddle discussion has started, the teacher can join discussions by clicking the join discussion icon next to the huddle Classroom Icon join.svg.
    • Note: The share camera and audio feature must be enabled before the huddle is initiated for joining discussions to be available.
  6. Leave a huddle discussion by clicking the button again Classroom Icon exit.svg.
  7. Extend the huddle discussion period at any time by clicking the timer Classroom discussion timer.svg in the top-right of the dashboard (also available on the teacher canvas at the top-right).
  8. End the discussion before the timer runs out by clicking the lecture mode icon Huddle toggle.svg.


Using video quizzes with Clips

myViewBoard Clips videos and quizzes can be added directly to Classroom. Access Clips from the Magic Box MT 2 Magic Box.svg. From here you can search videos and see your existing playlists, collections, and quizzes. Click the Quiz icon Clips Quiz.svg to select which quiz to add from the selected video.

Learn how to create a playlist or quiz in Clips here.


Note: Quizzes can only be created via a web browser, whether by accessing Clips through the Magic Box on Whiteboard for Windows or through myviewboard.com.


To add a Clips quiz to your Classroom session:

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Record lessons

Save to cloud storage and share by QR Code, upload to Google Drive or other bound cloud storage, or download to your local storage.

You can record your current session to allow students to review it at a later date. To record your session:

  1. Click the Record your screen button VC screen record.svg in the classroom management toolbar.
  2. If prompted, select the screen that contains the Classroom session and click Share.
  3. If prompted, grant browser access to your microphone and/or camera.
  4. Recording should begin immediately. A recording control bar should appear with a timer Classroom screen recording bar.svg. Most browsers will also display a dialogue box informing you your screen is being shared, and a record icon will appear in the tab title bar.
  5. Once the session is over, click the stop button Classroom stop record screen.svg to stop recording.
  6. A browser pop up will prompt you to choose a save option. The session will save as a WebM or MP41 video.


Note these recording details:

  • Sessions recordings are permitted up to a maximum of one hour. After reaching the limit you may save the video and begin a new recording.
  • Sessions are saved as WebM or MP41 videos. To open WEBM videos, you can advise your students to do one of the following:
    • WebM videos can be played in a web browser.
    • WebM videos can also be played in the default Windows video app Movie & TV Player.
    • To view on Windows Media Player, install the K-Lite Codec Pack.
    • Download and install other media players which have built-in support for WebM, like VLC Media Player or Media Player Classic.

1A session can only be saved as an MP4 if Classroom is being run in Chrome browser.

Create a myViewBoard account

To get the most out of myViewBoard, users can create a myViewBoard account at http://www.myviewboard.com.
Sign up with a Google, Microsoft, or Apple account, or simply with an email address.

Having a myViewBoard account provides the following benefits:

  • Host Classroom sessions.1
  • Use FollowMe to maintain your personalized settings across devices and sessions.
  • Access to files stored in bound cloud storage services.
  • Use all the features of Whiteboard and other myViewBoard apps.

1A Premium or Entity account is required to access Classroom.

First select Try now from the top-right of the myViewBoard homepage.

On the next screen you will encounter various sign-up options:


Sign up with an existing Google, Apple, or Microsoft account:

  1. Click one of the following:
    Google.svg Sign in with Google
    Microsoft.svg Sign in with Microsoft
    Apple.svg Sign in with Apple
  2. On the next window, grant permission for myViewBoard to access the account.


Sign up using a regular email:

  1. On the myViewBoard sign-up page, enter the following:
    • Unique myViewBoard name
    • Email
    • Password
  2. Select the checkbox to comply with the myViewBoard terms of service and privacy policy agreement.
  3. Click Sign Up.

After successfully signing up:

  1. An activation email will be sent to the account. Click the link in the activation email.
  2. After activation, sign in and set up the new myViewBoard account.
  3. On first sign-in, myViewBoard.com prompts the user to update the user's Personal Profile and Account Name.


Integrate with cloud services

Your myViewBoard account and Classroom can be connected to third-party services for cloud storage and lesson management.

  1. Sign in to http://www.myViewBoard.com.
  2. Click your avatar, and select FollowMe from the drop-down.
  3. Click Cloud Integration on the side panel.
  4. On the Cloud Integration screen, select the cloud storage account you want to bind.
  5. Sign in to your account and allow myViewBoard to access your account.

After binding, a new folder named myViewBoard is created in the root directory of your cloud storage account. This is where session QR shares and backgrounds are stored, among other files.


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