Another aspect of board management is deciding whether other people may contribute to your board, and if so, who and how many other users. Collaborating and contributing are two sides of the same coin.
In both cases, one person, referred to as the Creator, owns the board but many people can pin to it; the difference is in the planning. For example, you may want to collaborate on boards with other people in your company but invite customers to contribute to your boards. We explore collaboration strategies in Chapter 12, but for now, let’s look at how to add contributors to your boards.