Whiteboard connectors are lines and arrows used to create relationships between objects. Use the connector Object menu to customize color, shape, size, and more.
Don't let your Whiteboard get messy! Neaten it up with Smart Alignment Guidelines.
What you'll need
Whiteboards are available on every ClickUp Plan.
The number of Whiteboards that can be created depends on your Plan:
Free Forever: 3 Whiteboards
Unlimited: 10 Whiteboards
Business, Business Plus, and Enterprise: no limit
Guests can use Whiteboards.
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Add connectors with the toolbar
Connectors are lines or arrows that represent a relationship between objects on your Whiteboard. Objects are the content on your Whiteboard.
All objects can be connected with the Whiteboard toolbar.
From the toolbar, select the Connectors icon.
Hover over any object on your Whiteboard to highlight it.
Click and drag the cursor to the other object.
When the second object is highlighted, the connector attaches.
Connect and duplicate objects with Quick Create
To connect sticky notes and shapes to each other or any other object, use Quick Create.
From the Whiteboard toolbar, click the shape or sticky note icon to add it to your Whiteboard.
Click the shape or sticky note to see the gray plus buttons at the top, right, bottom, and left.
Click the plus button in the direction where you want the duplicate object.
If a sticky note has a connector, its duplicate has a connector.
Text inside the shape or note doesn't duplicate.
Note: You can't copy and paste tasks or connectors using keyboard shortcuts.
You can use the Object menu to customize your connectors however your connectors were added.
Color modal: Select from nine colors.
Connector style menu: Select from three line weights.
Arrow menu: Move the arrowhead to the start or end of the line.
Connector type menu: Select a straight, elbow, or curved line.
Trash can: Click to delete the line.
Use Smart Alignment Guidelines to evenly position objects against each other on your Whiteboard. A red guideline automatically displays when objects are aligned at the left, right, top, or bottom edges.
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