This is a simple, elegant writing site for a collaborative writing. Users don’t writing in real-time like so other sites, but exchange versions which clearly show the changes made. The other users can accept or decline the changes. It is useful for groups to draft their writing and for teachers correcting pupils work. Each version is archived in case the team changes their mind about the accepted changes.
— Teacher: Martin Burrett (@ICTmagic) October 13, 2018
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