ThinkHub Use Case: Hybrid Workflow

ThinkHub's flexibility allows you to work consistently with a hybrid team, regardless of who is in the office and who is remote. In this article, we'll show you a common ThinkHub workflow for hybrid teams.


1. Create your Cloud Canvas

Create your Canvas in advance with ThinkHub Cloud. In this example, we prepared our Canvas with two Google Sheets containing project timelines and a live camera feed of our construction site.

2. Book the Room

Create a calendar invite that includes the ThinkHub Room and your colleagues. Include the videoconferencing information on the invite. 

3. Start your Meeting

If you're hosting remotely, join using your videoconferencing platform (Zoom, Teams, etc) as usual. If you are in the room, you can walk up to ThinkHub and select 'join', which will launch your VC platform and put you in your meeting. Depending on your settings, you may need to turn on your camera and mic at this point.

4. Send your Canvas to the room

Once your ThinkHub has joined the meeting, you can send your Cloud Canvas to the room so in-room participants can view, edit, and annotate your content, as well as add their own.

5. Collaborate

Once everyone has joined the meeting, you can collaborate as you usually would — regardless of who is in the room and who is remote. With the T1V app, your colleagues will have all the same capabilities as in-room participants— including the ability to navigate the canvas, send files, create notes, annotate content, and more.