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Written by Diego Muralles
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Viewing Projects in Vev

When viewing a project in Vev, there are a few features that allow you to see and track the actions of yourself and others who are currently accessing the project. These features include your avatar in the top toolbar and your name on your multiplayer cursor.

Observation Mode

By clicking on a user's avatar, you can enter an "observation mode". This mode is similar to a screen-sharing mode, allowing you to see what is happening on the user's screen within Vev.

This feature is useful for following along with a user's actions and tracking their movements on the canvas. However, please note that you will only be able to see actions within the Design and Content Editors. This means that you will not be able to see any actions on the toolbar, sidebars, or anything outside of the canvas.

To exit the observation mode, simply select any object on the canvas or click on the avatar once again.

Multiplayer Cursor

In addition to the avatar, you will also see a cursor indicated by the user's name. This cursor shows real-time activities within the canvas, allowing you to track the actions of others as they work on the project.

It is important to note that any 'undo' changes ctrl/cmd + z will only affect the individual user's editing history and will not conflict with others.

With these features in place, viewing projects in Vev becomes a collaborative and transparent experience. Happy creating!

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