LDS Google Doc - Does the Church have its own type of Technology

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daz007
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LDS Google Doc - Does the Church have its own type of Technology

Postby daz007 » Fri Aug 26, 2016 5:07 pm

Hi Guys :) I am curious if any member knows if the church has an application that works the same way as google docs? In our church tech system.

I know members in there respective calling have used Google Docs with meetings and storing information etc...

Quick insight about me: I am our Wards Ex Sec, I organize bishopric and ward council meeting and during the week I am always waiting for responses about topics to put in the agenda. What I am looking for is a system where any bishopric & Ward Council member can login to and write there agendas on a shared doc format. So when it comes to the end of the week , all I do is copy and paste (with some editing if need be) on to my Meeting Agenda Outline. Bear in mind I know Google doc does this and I can set in a private format, but in generally I am interested if the church has one that is similar (google doc) or is in development ?

Any comments about this thread will be very appreciated, have a good day :)

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Re: LDS Google Doc - Does the Church have its own type of Technology

Postby russellhltn » Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:43 pm

There currently is none. I've not heard if there's anything like that in development. Personally, I doubt it as it would tend to attract sensitive, even confidential information. Something that the legal department frown on.
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