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Collaborating With Other People

8th December 2022

1:08

| Freeform
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11" iPad Pro (2nd Generation)
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iPadOS 16.2

Jacob Woolcock

8th December 2022

Jacob Woolcock

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1:08

| Freeform
ipad_no_button
11" iPad Pro (2nd Generation)
iPadOS-16-icon
iPadOS 16.2

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Description

Freeform really starts to shine when you collaborate with other people. Working simultaneously on the same Board at the same time means you can rapidly prototype, quickly map out and speedily design your next big project. Invite other users using this easy-to-follow tutorial and ensure they have the right access to your Boards. Here’s how it works.

Transcript

One of the most powerful parts of Freeform is that you can collaborate with other users on their iPad, iPhone and Mac.

It works across the platforms.

So to get started you’re going to press the Export button in the top right corner (that’s the one with the arrow coming out of the app shape) and from here you’ve got an option to choose.

You can either share it with a named user only (so link it directly to someone else’s iCloud account) or you can share your board to anyone that’s got the link.

There are loads of ways that you can share this board with other people.

Perhaps if you’re sharing it to a named iCloud Contact you might as iMessage them or send it via A Messenger platform?

For me I’m going to copy the link and I can then send it via Email to whoever I need to invite.

Whilst I haven’t got a second iCloud account using Freeform myself, I can tell you that when the collaboration begins you’ll see boxes around the areas the other person is currently working on.

That means you can see what they’re doing and you can respond in real time to what they’re adding to your board.

The final video in this Freeform series will show you how you can Export and Share your board as a PDF file, so I’ll meet you there in the next video!

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About Freeform
The Freeform app is a versatile digital canvas developed by Apple, designed for creative brainstorming and collaborative projects. It allows users to freely sketch, write, and organise ideas visually and supports real-time collaboration.
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This QuickTip video was recorded on an 11" iPad Pro (2nd Generation)
running iPadOS 16.2.

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