Any member can click to set up a private by-invitation only Group for any purpose and then he becomes its manager, awarding permissions, etc to invited members and editing the group blog. The Group, which is a full Netsso persona operated by its members, performs all usual Netsso functions and, in addition, shares end-to-end encrypted chat which members can set up as needed.
Collaboration Groups can be set up by any members to seek and share knowledge, manage projects , refine plans, or for medical, financial, legal consultation, and many other reasons. There is no current limit to the number of groups a member can establish or participate in. A Group works very well for even two very frequent correspondents!
The Netsso structure, comprising desktops, collections, Notes and chats naturally
divides communications into many (and any) different topics. Members can direct
discussion comments to the correct point, very accurately, using the chats (for short
messages) and the unique discussion aspect of Netssos Notes for iterative
conversations. All relevant notes and links to web-based data, including files held on
line in major storages, can be grouped into special topic-Collections, which are, in
effect, communication "channels". These can be edited, searched, encrypted, dragged
and moved, posted to other desktops or albums and even emailed. Many file types inside
collections can be previewed, for faster management. Most formerly emailed comments can be
securely channelled directly into Netsso's Group documents.
Within one Group, multiple Albums can be used to confine particular data or topics to selected group members, at the discretion of the group Manager. Chat membership can also be awarded selectively.
A known problem with large collaborations involving many members, messages and files is a question of how to track and keep up with everybody's comments and edits.
Netsso solution is to summarise all "Recent Updates" on the Home page, divided by member, topic, comment type etc and from where any member can view the update and edit the file, normally without visiting the actual file location itself.
You need to archive group content?
For archiving purposes, the Manager of a group, who sets it up, can download a copy of all group data to any local computer, in seconds, encrypted by his Master Password.