The service provides a shared environment for collaboration with virtual cards bearing information that meeting participants jointly consider and update. The permission model allows assignment of user accounts to project or community groups, giving them access to meeting spaces including cards created by group members. Information assigned to cards may be updated and downloaded as part of ongoing group work.
API methods support creating new cards and updating existing ones as well as exporting meeting data logged during user interactions. Methods also support controlling access to cards by assigning shared passwords that can be distributed to those granted access. Admin functions supported include monitoring the number of users currently logged in for access to a card or set of cards.
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