The NPIN Community enables members to create and use a collaborative document to edit and share content. The technology allows members to track revisions by the author and date, similar. Learn more about the Community collaborative document tool at these links: Collaborative Document: https://npin.cdc.gov/resource/9-start-collaborative-document
World TB Day is just over one month away. The Community invites you to add your organization’s events and activities to this collaborative document. The collaborative document allowst other members to edit, attach files, change dates, and make other changes that represents the group. Collaborative Documents also are good for creating project reports or policy statements, allowing each team to contribute their input.
Another way to create content within your group(s) is by setting up a Collaborative Document. Community members can create a document that other members can edit, add citations, attach files, change dates, and make other changes toward a final document that represents the group. Collaborative Documents are good for creating project reports or policy statements, for example, allowing each team to contribute their input .