- Handshakes is a form of collaborative partnership among separate organizations or an organization with remote locations.
- Handshakes do not give automatic access to any information between two parties; they simply allow authorized coordination on a case-by-case basis.
- On the basis of a mutually authorized handshake, users who have the proper permissions between two organizations may collaborate on developing, sharing, and executing selected sections of Action Plans, Projects, Events, and CRM lists.
- Handshakes are useful in coordinating progress on project sections between donors, sub-grantees, and grantees.
- Wiki pages are a great way to document and share accumulated knowledge about a particular subject (notes, lessons learned, specifications, etc.).
- Wiki pages may be kept within the organization, or they may be made public to be shared on i-ngo's Hub and social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
- You may publish your library of 'public' wikis by placing the Wikis API on your website or anywhere else on the web. The API includes a powerful search engine with keyword filters.
- A wiki owner (creator) may set the access rights (private, real-only, read-write) to colleagues and users from a partner organization.