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Here's the scenario i'm trying to implement at my business:

1. I want to setup a Notebook that contains the agenda and all of the information for a meeting in sections and pages. This bit is the easy bit!
2. All my attendees have Ipad pros and apple pencils and I want them to be able to have a copy of the notebook and be able to take their own notes on it.

Its the latter part of 2. that i cannot figure out. Sharing a notebook is easy but being able to share so attendees can take their own notes without them showing up in the 'master version' has so far proved illusive.

Ive tried exporting as a onepkg but Ipads cant open it.....

I cant be the only person that's every tried to do this???

Is it possible? Grateful for expert advice.

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