Instructors often teach multiple simultaneous classes, students are almost always in multiple simultaneous classes and friends and co-workers often work in multiple small groups.
So how does Ponder support these scenarios?
Users can of course create additional groups and invite other users to them. (A user who already has a Ponder account does not have to create a new one; the new group is linked to their existing account.)
Once a user is a member or administrator of multiple groups, Ponder's two main interfaces will allow the user to interact with all or any of those groups.
When creating responses on a document or video as a member of more than one group, the response box interface will show a tab for each group.
Green tabs indicate groups that your response will be shared with; often your research will identify ideas that are relevant to multiple groups, so you can easily share with both.
Flipping to the theme panel will reveal that there is a separate theme set for each of the groups you are a member of, according to the theme configuration of the administrators of each group.