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Determining Authors in Sway

So you have created a Sway, or you have been invited to become an Author to edit one? Now how do you know who else has permissions to edit the same Sway? Yes, you can see who is editing any open Sway as explained in our Co-Authoring in Sway tutorial, but that only works if other Authors happen to be editing at the same time as you are! What about any other Authors? Let’s discover a way to find them!


Find out who has Author access to a Sway
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