Welcome to Frameable

At Frameable, we’re on a mission to make virtual collaboration feel as easy as turning around and talking to each other. We build tools to improve the Microsoft Teams experience. Our products MultiShare, Overview, and Whiteboard are designed to enhance remote and distributed team productivity. We’re so glad you’re here!

Our recommendations for your journey

It’s always a great day to improve on and love your Teams experience! We want you to have the best and smoothest start to your Frameable journey, which is why we recommend getting started with our apps in the following way:

  1. Try out the free versions of the apps you're interested in
    MultiShare, Overview, and Whiteboard all have free, limited functionality versions of the apps available through Appsource. We recommend giving these a try first so that you can get familiar with the functionality. We’re confident that you’ll quickly understand and experience the value they add to your work in Teams!

  2. Sign up for a subscription with a free, 30-day trial
    You tried it, you loved it, and now you want to trial the full functionality versions of
    the software without advertisements. Determine your purchase option and enroll in a 1-year subscription. The subscription will give you 30 days of free trial before billing starts.

This is just our recommendation. As we’ve said above, any day is a great day to have an improved Teams experience. The same applies for the way you get here; want to skip the bannered version and go straight to a subscription trial? No problem! We’re here to support you and make your virtual collaboration goals reality.

Let's get started!

Getting Started with Frameable

Congratulations on taking the first step towards optimizing your Microsoft Teams experience!

Whether you’re considering Frameable apps for your organization or are ready to get started, we’re here to help. There are a few steps to follow to get things set up properly.

There are two different options for getting started with our apps: free or subscription trial. Which are you?