MeetingWords is a simple group text editing program for the web. There is no fee associated with using MeetingWords, though contributions are encouraged. You can use MeetingWords right away without any sign-up, and your text is stored on the web so you can access it from any computer. You can also invite other people to type with you (the system will send email invitations, or give you a link to share yourself). Up to 32 people can type on the same document at the same time.
MeetingWords is intended for real-time collaboration between people. It’s not meant for long-term document storage. Pads may be deleted if they haven’t been used in more than seven days.
Some people use MeetingWords during audio conference calls, to allow participants to chat, take notes, and ask questions. Google Docs can also be used in this way.
The MeetingWords web site was created by Peter Kaminski, with the support of generous volunteers. MeetingWords uses the EtherPad Open Source engine. You can find more information and help at the MeetingWords Community Support Forums.
Resource Link: http://meetingwords.com/
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