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POPin requires your work email address in order to verify you have the correct access to be a user and/or POPin Creator in your organization. However, once you're inside of an anonymous POPin session, you are anonymous. 

Think of it like you're going to a concert. You'll need a ticket to get in which may have your name on it. At the gate, officials scan the ticket to verify it’s valid, but once you’re inside you’re just one of the crowd; no one knows who you are! Our login process is your ticket to the discussion, but once you enter an anonymous POPin, you’re just one of the crowd.

Read more here: Is POPin really anonymous?
Or check out our privacy policy and terms of service.

Note: This article is a general summary, subject to change. For the nitty-gritty details on anonymity, check out our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

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