How do I add a collaborator on a webmix?

How do I add a collaborator on a webmix?

Adding a collaborator on a webmix is easy to do. 

  1. To add a collaborator, click the Share button at the top of the page while viewing the webmix in your workspace.
  2. Next, click the green button to Invite a Collaborator near the bottom of your share options.
  3. Enter a name and e-mail address to invite a Collaborator. Edits made by you or your Collaborator(s) are shown in real-time. However, you may still need to 'Publish' your webmix to make the changes visible in your public workspace.

Watch the following video on how to add and collaborate on a webmix:



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