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The i3WHITEBOARD main menu

The main menu

The top-left main menu contains the name of the workspace you are currently working in and access to the hamburger menu, which contains various options related to the workspace as a whole. Next to the file name is also an export icon, This is a quick link to export your file to pdf or e-mail it to someone.

Select the hamburger icon to open the main menu.

  1. New board → start a new and empty workspace.

  2. Open → open a previously saved, existing whiteboard file

  3. Save → save your whiteboard file for later use

  4. Settings → customize application and workspace settings.

  5. Export → export your work to a PDF file to share or for external use

  6. Help → the link to this guide

  7. Exit → exit the whiteboard application and close the current session

Choose the tool you want to use from the tools menu on the left. Use your finger or the pen on the interactive display to interact with the canvas:

New board

This will create a new i3WHITEBOARD file.


This allows you to open previously saved i3WHITEBOARD files.

Select the file you want to open and press “Open.” Instead of opening the file, you also have the option to delete a file here.

Note: Deleting a file will permanently erase it from the file system. This cannot be reverted or recovered.


Display Storage

Here you can look for i3WHITEBOARD files that were saved to the i3TOUCH displays' internal storage.


Connect a USB drive to the i3TOUCH display, and you can browse its' content here.

Cloud storage

This is the preferred storage since it’ll allow you to use your i3WHITEBOARD files on multiple i3TOUCH displays.

Connecting Cloud Storage

i3WHITEBOARD allows you to connect to the following cloud providers:

  • Google Drive

  • OneDrive

To start, choose “Add cloud storage” from the Save or Open dialog and follow the instructions on the screen.

Once logged in, you can use your cloud storage to browse, save and open files to and from the connected cloud provider.

If you no longer want to use cloud storage, press “LOGOUT.”


i3WHITEBOARD will automatically store your current session, so you don’t have to worry about losing progress when navigating to and from other apps.

Choose a name for your i3WHITEBOARD file.

By default, i3WHITEBOARD will save your whiteboard file in the Whiteboards folder. You can choose a different location by pressing on “browse.”

You can navigate back.

And choose a different folder.

Press open when you have chosen your preferred folder.

Besides saving your i3WHITEBOARD file on the display storage, you can also use another connected source like a USB stick.

Press “Save” to save your work to the final chosen location.

Password-protected files

When you need to protect a file with a password, it can be done when saving the file.

When saving a file, the toggle “Add Password“ is present, adding a field to the saving screen where the password can be inserted.

The password of the file has no restrictions in characters but in length. The password must be of 4 or more characters. Once the minimum length requirement is met, the error message about the password length will disappear.

When opening a password-protected file, a prompt to insert the password will appear. To continue opening the file, the correct password must be inserted. In cases where a file was left open, the prompt will appear as soon as the application is loaded. A new workspace will be created when pressing the cancel button while the file is already opened in the background. Otherwise, pressing unlock with the right password will open the file normally.

Password-protected files will not show a preview as they are to be kept private in order not to display the content.

Password-protected files can be deleted without asking for password input from the Open screen found in the hamburger menu. When saving with a password, it is recommended to save it into a private directory or cloud drive in order to prevent deletion of the file from other users.

A password is not recoverable, in case of a lost password, the file cannot be accessed anymore.


You can customize various application settings and workspace settings via the “Settings” option in the main menu.

In addition, you can also see the version number of the application.

Autosave setting

For autosaving, the current whiteboard must be manually saved first on an available storage location. The autosave feature will continue to save your file whenever any changes are made.

Note: The autosave function will stop working if the medium to which it tries to save is removed or disconnected. This may happen when you remove a USB stick or disconnect cloud storage.

Position menus at the bottom

When turned on, the “Position menus at bottom” setting will position most menus that are normally high on the screen on the bottom instead.

Blackboard mode

“Blackboard mode” enables the following features:

  • Dark application theme

  • Dark canvas background

  • Separate color presets for use on a dark background


You can export your work via the export function in the main menu.

There are a few export methods available:

  • PDF export via QR code

    • Via cloud

    • Via local network

  • PDF export via email

  • PDF export to the i3TOUCH display storage

  • PDF export to your Cloud drive

PDF export via QR code

The export via QR code has two options:

Exporting via the cloud is easy and simple but requires both the display and your mobile device to be connected to the internet.

Simply scan the QR code with your mobile device to download your PDF export.

Note: The PDF file will remain available for download for one hour

Exporting via the local network does not require an internet connection. Instead, the display and your mobile device must be on the same network.

The QR code popup will assist you with the network you need to connect to.

The PDF file will remain available for as long as the QR code is visible on the screen

PDF export via email

Exporting via email requires you to fill in the recipient’s email address. Optionally, you can also provide a name for the PDF file.

The display must be connected to the internet.

You can provide multiple email addresses to send to. To do this, separate all email addresses with a space, comma or semicolon.

  • “ “

  • “,”

  • “;”

Pdf export to display storage or USB

This feature can be handy if you want the pdf to be available on the i3TOUCH display or on your connected USB drive. Choose a name and select a folder where you want to export the file to.

Pdf export to Cloud storage

This feature allows you to save your pdf to your Cloud drive so that you can open it on your computer. Connect your Cloud drive if you haven’t yet. Choose a name and select a folder where you want to export the file to.


Selecting this will lead you to the documentation.


Select this if you want to exit i3WHITEBOARD.

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