Using to Collaborate

Just this past week, I had the opportunity to work together with someone on a collaborative project using I've written about in the past and have mentioned its capabilities as a brainstorming tool. No login or password is required. Simply go to the site, create, and export as a JPEG file.

I never had a reason to work on a collaborative project using the site. Just recently I was able to work with another person as we compared and contrasted two topics. It was very simple to use and very easy to collaborate.

What do you need to do this? Before you can begin collaborating, both people will need to have a account. I show you how to set everything up in my latest installment of "What to Do in Just a Few"


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