Google Jamboard

Google's interactive and collaborative online whiteboard and it now works with Google Meet! Auto saves in Google Drive.

Go to a Jam—what Google calls each collaboration session—in seconds, add up to 20 frames (pages) per Jam, and share it with up to 50 collaborators at once in real time. Search Google, insert images from Drive or web pages, add Sticky Notes and emojis, or use the shape recognition tool to add perfect shapes to the Jam. Jamboard seems to do it all. You can even host video meetings and present your whiteboard to attendees.

Go to the Jamboard Google Teacher Center to view different ways this tool can be used in the classroom

Google Meet: Whiteboard Tools for Google Meet (8 minutes) - YouTube link by Eric Curts