During the course of a negotiation on Avvoka, you may wish to edit and make changes to the document. This works in a similar way to Microsoft Word's track changes. It means that every single change can be tracked by the Counterparty and that all changes are easily auditable on the system too.
To delete a piece of text on Avvoka, all you need to do is backspace and delete it as you would in other text editors. On Avvoka, deletions are shown as red strike-throughs and so they are easily identifiable to both parties in a negotiation.
To add new text into a document, you simply need to type the text wherever you wish to add it in the document. On Avvoka, insertions are shown as blue text and so these too are easily identifiable to both parties in a negotiation.
What does this look like in practice?
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