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how can we create our own study groups and study pads and search for existing study groups?

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Please note that will be decommissioned very soon. OpenStudy will no longer allow you to create your own study groups, and, for now, we will not be supporting study pads. There are some features we'll be implementing that we feel make more sense, but we are now focused on making the world one big study group -- we believe letting people fragment into smaller study groups lowers interactions between people much more than we would like to see.

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Just playing with the new Draw feature. I reckon you need to add a text tool. It's hard to see how useful it can be without that. Also, do you guys reckon you could manage something like MS Paint's spraycan tool? I reckon that might be what's keeping Linux out of the desktop market.
please don't decomission the retro has its own advantages....
I'm afraid that isn't an option. There's a limited number of us, and we can only really run one of the two sites. Sorry!

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