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Uses of Whiteboards in a Home Office

Traditional whiteboards are not like high-tech apps we use now a days; however they have different uses for that can help you at work. Here are some roles that whiteboards Sydney can handle with regards to life and work.   

List for Daily Tasks. If you’re comfortable managing your task the analog way, you’ll find it very effective to use whiteboards for your task list - considering that it is visible in your work area. When you have a private task list, it’s an ease to change your schedule and procrastinate your listed tasks, however when your task list is written on a whiteboard Adelaide where it is open and can be seen by anybody, you’ll be ashamed to leave tasks undone.


Pending area. Most whiteboards are magnetic. With magnetic whiteboards, you’ll be able to post up any “pending” items like receipts, paperwork, letters, etc. You can keep these items up until they are needed and they are easy to access.

Message board. Some people living in your home are not web savvy. Sending twits or facebook messages to them won’t work. If this is the case, whiteboard can be used to write short notes and reminders to members of the family.
Whiteboards can also be a handy ongoing grocery list where the family can contribute to. Anyone who sees it may pick up the items listed and erase the list.

Calendar. Using permanent ink, you may draw calendar templates on the whiteboard and fill out dates and days every month. It may not be like Outlook calendar, however just as the message board, it is a great way to show your schedule with the people in your house and also to remind you of your future tasks.

Brainstorming. Whiteboard can be quite handy when writing quick studies or sketches during brainstorming. It will not be wasteful like when you use paper.
Inspiration. Working long hours at home can also be tiring and so sometimes you need some dose of inspiration to keep you going. In this case, your whiteboard can be a source of inspiration. Post interesting pictures or write down quotes of motivation.

List for Contact Number. To avoid wasting time looking through the address book especially in times of emergency, you can write on a section on your whiteboard Darwin, the emergency numbers and also the contact numbers of every person living with you.

Presentation. When you have to make a video presentation however you run out of time or you might not be skilled enough to make a PowerPoint, presenting your views or reports on a whiteboard could just work well. You only need to be a good presenter. If you need to demonstrate a point while having a conference, you could also do that on the whiteboard.