Zoom announced Monday the launch of Zoom Whiteboard, which allows users to collaborate asynchronously via a virtual whiteboard accessible from Zoom, as well as from a web browser.
Users will be able to "create, annotate, and share ideas from any device whether you're in a Zoom meeting or not," according to a company blog post. Features include sticky notes and a comments section, as well as version controls which allow users to track the edit history of the whiteboard. Users can share their Zoom Whiteboards with other users via email or Zoom Chat.
Zoom also announced a virtual reality integration in collaboration with Facebook set to drop next year. Users of Facebook's Horizon Workrooms—a new app that allows people to meet in VR rooms—will be able to connect with each other in Zoom Meetings and collaborate in Zoom Whiteboards, all via Oculus headsets.
The announcements helped kick off Zoom's annual Zoomtopia conference, which runs through Tuesday.