The Jamboard 55-inch whiteboard device will reach its end of life on October 1, 2024, following its automatic update expiration (AUE) date of September 30, 2024. Learn more here.

Jamboard licenses

You need one management license for each Jamboard. See Buy Jamboard for details.
You can buy a license annually — either directly from Google or your reseller. Licenses cost $600 USD per year. 
Purchase and activate Jamboard licenses on your primary domain, not on secondary or alias domains. If you have more than one Jamboard in your domain, the licenses are transferable among them. If you return one board, you can use an existing license in your domain for the new board you receive.
If you have a damaged board or one that you’re returning, remove the Jamboard from your domain.
Note: You don't need Jamboard licenses to download and use the phone or tablet apps or web viewer for Jamboard. You also don't need licenses per user for the apps. The licenses are specific to the board.

License Renewals  

Renew your annual management license to continue receiving the following:

  • Product support
  • Over the air (OTA) updates
  • Full collaborative features 

Contact your sales representative or reseller for more information.

If you don't renew the annual license for your Jamboards, you can either deprovision them or move them into License Expired Mode. In this mode, the unlicensed Jamboards will lose most of their Google Workspace collaborative features. Users won't be able to own or share jams with others. Unlicensed Jamboards won't be eligible for software or device support through Google. Users will be able to create jams and export them to PDF.

Remove a license

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in

  2. Go to Menu and then Devicesand thenJamboardand thenDevices.

    Some features may require having the Jamboard Management privilege.

  3. Click the Jamboard you want to remove the license from.
  4. Click Remove license.

A Jamboard without a license cannot: 

  • Push a jam to a Jamboard
  • Save to Drive
  • Generate a jam code
  • Add collaborators.

​A Jamboard without a license can:

  • Send a jam as a PDF to a specified email address (or alias)
  • Send the current frame of a jam as a PNG to a specified email address (or alias). 

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