Mar 18 2019 09:35 AM
Mar 18 2019 09:35 AM
Has anybody any clue how to analyze the Whiteboard behaviour? Tested the share with my collegue and that was slllllloooooooowwwwwwww....
When I draw a line it came a visibile on other site, starting slooooww..., then suddenly part of the line appeared like flash, and then last part came again sllllooooowww.
Anybody have an idea from where to start looking for?
Aug 07 2019 05:46 AM
@Petri X I do love whiteboard...but it does seem like whiteboard can't handle a lot of files. Loading lots of whiteboard files seem to slow it down. When I delete several it responds faster. Maybe it is syncing them on a server in a background process?
Perhaps using async methods could speed up the front end while the backend does its work?
It seems slow for loading and deletion of whiteboard files.
Aug 07 2019 07:51 AM
Aug 07 2019 08:03 AM
No, I have not tried to send feedback, until now, and that leads me to nowhere.
My main hope was finally get the Surface Hub's Whiteboard connectd to the end-user's whiteboard on the windows 10. That failed, most likely the proxy connections are still so new for Microsoft ;) But now, when Microsoft released the preview for Teams whiteboard this get even a bit more challenging. Interesting to see if these two products could be married together.
Aug 07 2019 08:08 AM
Nov 13 2022 08:01 PM
If you are using a second display and the system is set to replicate the primary display Whiteboard will be very slow, especially when writing (inking?) with a pen. If the second display is set to 'extend' the primary display Whiteboard is fine.
I hope that this helps
Nov 21 2022 01:19 PM
Hello, @Petri X, my recommendation for the Whiteboard performance issue being slow is to update it to the latest version, if you are already updated and still have this problem, my suggestion is uninstalling-reinstalling.
Check this thread, it can be useful in your case. Also, you can find alternatives to the program like using OneNote, Miro, MURAL, Conceptboard, or others.
One more tip is to become proficient in Microsoft 365 backups, as data loss can occur at any time and for a lot of kinds of reasons, like malware, system errors, or physical damage.