Introducing the Whiteboard Simulator Project Template

When it comes to discussing a new project, sometimes the best way to brainstorm and collaborate is with a good old-fashioned whiteboard session. But what if you don't have a whiteboard? Or what if you're working remotely and can't be in the same room as your team? That's where the Whiteboard Simulator project template comes in. With Ora's Whiteboard Simulator, you can quickly set up a virtual whiteboard and start brainstorming, collaborating, and organizing your ideas. Here's how the template is structured:

Lists in this template

The Whiteboard Simulator template includes the following lists:

  1. To discuss: This list is where you can add any ideas, questions, or issues that need to be discussed.
  2. Business requirements: Use this list to capture all the business requirements for the project.
  3. Technical requirements: This list is for capturing all the technical requirements for the project.
  4. Further actions: Once you've discussed and organized your ideas, you can move them to this list to ensure that the team knows what actions need to be taken.
  5. Done: Finally, this list is where you can move tasks that have been completed.

Tips for using the Whiteboard Simulator template in Ora:

  1. Keep it simple: This template is designed to be a quick and easy way to simulate a whiteboard session, so don't overcomplicate it with too many lists or tasks.
  2. Use it as a starting point: Use the "To discuss" list to jot down any initial ideas or thoughts that you have about the project, and then move them to the appropriate lists as you flesh them out.
  3. Collaborate with your team: Use the template to collaborate with your team and get their input on the project. Use the "Business requirements" list to document any business-related requirements, and the "Technical requirements" list for technical requirements.
  4. Break down tasks: Once you have a solid understanding of the project requirements, break down tasks into actionable items and add them to the "Further actions" list.
  5. Keep track of progress: As you complete tasks, move them to the "Done" list to keep track of your progress. You can also use the progress tracker feature in Ora to see how much of the project has been completed.

By following these tips, you can use the Whiteboard Simulator template to quickly and efficiently plan out your project and keep track of its progress.