Google added several web improvements for Jamboard which will make it easier to create and collaborate on jams on the web. Recently, Google announced that you can create and edit jams in a Chrome browser. To enhance Jamboard’s web experience, Google has added more features.
First, Jamboard gets support for familiar keyboard shortcuts. You can now use Ctrl/CMD+c to copy, CTRL+V to paste, and CTRL+D to duplicate Jam objects when editing on the web. Also, create, delete and duplicate frames on the web. You can also easily and quickly switch between creation modes by holding down Ctrl/CMD to switch to the select mode and release to switch back to drawing mode. Lastly, Jamboard will have better image management. You can add images to jams by drag and drop, copy and paste, or through a simple image upload dialog.
All of these new features is rolling out now except for better image management which will arrive in February.