Alternative products to Screenshot Flow

7 alternative and related products to Screenshot Flow

Screenshot Flow
Super fast app diagrams to communicate design

Screenshot Flow is a screen grab app that also generates clever user journey diagrams from screenshots to communicate with others about an app's design and workings. It is fully integrated with Google Drive and provides a diagram viewer online to keep stuff quick & easy. Diagrams are compatible with draw.io for almost limitless options for editing.

7 Alternatives to Screenshot Flow

A real-time whiteboard for your team. No signups required.

Witeboard lets you create quick sketches on desktop, tablet, or phone in a few minutes and collaborate with your team real-time.

Just go to witeboard.com, make a quick sketch, grab a share link and send it to your co-worker. You don't need to install anything nor create an account.

It's the fastest way to collaborate real-time with your team.

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Edul Patel
Edul Patel- COO@Mudrex
I found this one really interesting. Don't know if this solves your purpose
John Xie
John Xie- Simplicity is the key to brilliance.
Witeboard works very well for quick and easy white boarding.
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Enhanced whiteboard. Your guide to the future of teamwork

UPD' 2019: RealtimeBoard is now called Miro.

A whiteboarding platform for distributed product teams with a growing set of add-ons. Customize it to various use cases (from Agile to UX) and make it a part of a seamless workflow with the most popular tech tools.

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Irina Seng
Irina Seng- CEO, Vectorly Team
Miro is an awesome tool. My team uses it every day. It helps us to create clear communication between developers, designers, and product managers. Developers create architecture maps for product managers, designers, and product managers hold pair design session. We are starting work on every new feature in the Miro. Thank you Miro team!🙌
Vlad Korobov
Vlad Korobov- Product Manager
This is Miro now. It's great!
Mike Darkowski
Mike Darkowski- Habits beat tools.
Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard). Lots of options, easy to use, has mobile apps (no way to work offline though).
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The way we work is fundamentally changing-and RealtimeBoard is part of a new category of tools that will help your team stay on the cutting edge. By 2020, 34% of businesses anticipate half of their team will be working remotely. At the same time, these distributed teams have to work faster and be more productive than ever before.
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There's no question that we have more apps and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tools at our disposal today than ever before. If there's a function your business does or needs to do, there's a good chance someone has an app or cloud-based service ready to help you out.
13 Alternatives to RealtimeBoard 3.0

All-in-one boards for your design projects

Purple is a documentation and project planning tool built for creative teams. Write documents, assign tasks, share images, and present your designs. With integrations like Google Docs, Sketch, Invision, and Airtable, all of your project work can be in one place - which makes it a breeze to share with your team or clients.

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Create and share diagrams easily

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Joshua McSorley
Joshua McSorley- UX Engineer
It's free, intuitive, and integrates with google very well. I didn't need to watch any tutorials to get up and running. It comes with a bunch of templates whenever you click 'new'.
Felipe
Felipe
There is a desktop version for OSx and others systems.
Kesava Mandiga
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Web-based tool that lets you create and share diagrams. It's easy to use and works on most browsers.
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