Web collaboration: Using markup.io free drawing tool with join.me

About a week ago I was using join.me with a colleague checking out a website. Apparently we had different views of where “to the left” was (hey, it happens), so I pulled up markup.io to show them exactly where I meant. And then it hit me: I should share this tool with our join.me users. I already told you about Jing when I posted about favorite free tools, but markup.io is perfect for reviewing and collaborating on web pages. It’s fast, it’s simple and sits in your browser toolbar so you can easily pull it up. You can also “publish” your markups when you’re done and send them out. Check it out – it’s a perfect pair with join.me. Here’s an example:


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Maggie Hibma is a member of the join.me product team.

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  4. Hi Orion,

    Do you mean in the chat – as a presenter, you don’t want others to see what you are typing? Don’t worry, your chat dialog box is all yours – no one sees it but you. Next time you have a join.me session, open your chat box and ask the viewers if they can see it. I promise they aren’t able to. Let me know if you have any more questions.


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