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Editing Shared Contetnt with TogetherJS
An important use case for TogetherJS is to have multiple people editing the same document. There are a number of ways to do this, but here is the simplest starting point. Give all the individuals permission to edit the content page. When they load the page for editing, automatically start TogetherJS. When a new user goes to edit the page, have him load the stale web page from, and get the newest version from the other participants, using the togetherjs.hello event. When an editor choose to leave the page, encourage them to first save everyone's changes.