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12/22/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Community tool in zipForm is a great new addition to your TAR member benefit. Why?

  • You stay in control. You choose who can view or edit forms, and they only have access to the forms you send them.
  • It’s free for participants. Recipients receive step-by-step instructions for creating their own free zipLogix account when you send an invitation to collaborate.
  • Security is increased. No need to send and receive forms as email attachments or share your login information.
  • There’s a paper trail. The History tabs allows you to see a complete history of edits and documents views.

Learn how to use Community in this seven-minute video. You can also watch more free training videos on the zipLogix YouTube channel.

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