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JotOnce – New Simple Way To Exchange Information

Posted by Marcus Zillman

JotOnce – New Simple Way To Exchange Information

Today you can email, message, post and follow; each method with varying degrees of visibility: a single person, a selective group of people, or the whole world. Now they add a new method: jotting. Write a simple note, protect it with a password, and share it with whoever you want, all the while knowing that your message is safe and encrypted. You’re working with a group of people on a project and don’t want to gather everyone’s email address’s. Just create a jot and tell them to go to and enter in the selected password. Say you have to a share a rather lengthy message that’s too long to fit in a voicemail. Write a jot and leave them a voicemail saying to check with the given password. Have a secret message to send to a friend but don’t want to leave an email trail? Afraid of the privacy with other messaging methods? Write a jot. Set a short expiration time and tell them to check with the password. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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