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Using Jamboard to Bucket Ideas

One way to use Jamboard to take collaborative conversations deeper after brainstorming ideas is to take those ideas and bucket them based on topic, commonalities, themes, or other relevant categories. The act of “bucketing” can be done virtually by moving the sticky notes around to bring common themes together. You can also take this one step further by circling and naming each group to underscore the information you’d like to highlight.

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