The short answer is, yes. However, the following notes explain some practicalities:
The above constraints can can lead to some issues where multiple facilitators are co-managing a course of study (ie a "group" for Xorro's purposes). Specifically: where an activity has been started by one Facilitator, only that Facilitator's login can be used to access participants' results associated with that activity. Also, only that login can edit or manage that running activity.
To get around this, sometimes a shared Facilitator login is used where it is desirable to have multiple facilitators able to simultaneously manage an activity ( and view results). Being logged in to the same running activity using the QF.xorro.com site, multiple facilitators (using the same login) can successfully coordinate their efforts. Naturally, any action taken by any user of the same Facilitator login has equal weight and will be acted upon!
Some further care is needed in the case of two persons using the same Facilitator login to access a running real-time activity:
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