Inside The Process of Story Building – App: The Human Story

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We love to hear from our users and love to know that RealtimeBoard helps them building their stories – from simple day planning to working on the revolutionary products. Today’s post is devoted to the case we love very much – App: The Human Story Documentary, film about cultural phenomenon of apps that had a very successful Kickstarter campaign. Our virtual friendship began when we saw a post on Kickstarter mentioning RealtimeBoard, it was written by the film creators. Then we took a look at the project and fell in love with it. And we are really happy to know that RealtimeBoard helps people in creating such amazing project and happy to share their story.

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RealtimeBoard Name Contest: Get a Chance to Win a New GoPro Hero 4

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You might have heard that RealtimeBoard is getting ready for some awesome changes this year. And what could be better for a fresh start than getting a brand new name? Over the last 3 years we’ve been called “real board”, “real time”, “rtboard” and numerous other “boards”, so we decided to ask for your help to come up with something short, memorable and fun. 10 1-Year Premium accounts and GoPro Hero 4 are waiting for you! Read more about the contest below.

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The Idea Path – From Concept to Implementation

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Recently we at RealtimeBoard team had a brainstorming session about new features and one of the key points was that we are doing a service, which should help you to improve your workflow at any stage of your project – from idea search to implementation. Actually, endless whiteboards allow you not only write down the ideas but also go through the whole process of turning your idea into final project. In this post we are going to share some tips about working on your ideas and share one of our favorite presentations from Distilled.

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Case Study: RealtimeBoard as a Writer’s Tool for Planning a Story

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Last year we were surprised when one special event had started and we got a lot of new users among writers. The event was called NaNoWriMo, and we are happy that we helped a lot of writers to plan their novels and write their 50,000 words in a month. There is not much time to this year event left, so we are happy to share stories from writers who use RealtimeBoard. Hero of this week is Joshua Hendry. He is a writer, and we are happy to share his story and RealtimeBoard tips with you.

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How Unbounce Team is Using RealtimeBoard for Collaboration

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Hey everyone. You know that we love customers’ stories. Today we are happy to share one more amazing story from Chelsea Scholz, Marketing Project Manager at Unbounce. Last week these awesome guys launched Just Add Talent campaign, which should provide marketers with powerful tools – Smart Marketer’s Agency Kit. We like this project very much and we are really happy that RealtimeBoard was used as a collaborative tool to get all the pieces come together. We caught up with Chelsea and asked her a few questions about how the project was done. You’re sure to learn some tips that help you work better with RealtimeBoard.

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Inside the Process of Research Projects at RealtimeBoard

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Research is one of the most important parts of any company’s activity, and that’s also about those companies living in digital world, including RealtimeBoard. Actually, research in our company never stops as we need to make improvements in technology, user experience, customer support, content every day, and I think that it’s true about thousands of companies. We deal with a lot of data, which needs to be collected, structured and analyzed. In this post we’ll show how RealtimeBoard can help you to organize your research project in a visual, fun and highly productive way.

Below you’ll find several useful tips, which help you to use RealtimeBoard at different stages and in different types of research, stay creative and organized.

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