This demo for WebApollo is still in development. Things may change at any time. This is a public demo, so anyone has access to read and modify the data, so your data might change at any point (even while you're playing around with the demo if someone else concurrently modifies the same annotation). There is no privacy with this data.
You can either choose to go to the reference sequence selection screen, which is the main entry point for WebApollo and allows you to view the available reference sequences as well as do bulk operations on those sequences (e.g., exporting data). Alternatively, you can jump straight into edit mode and play around with the many features WebApollo has to offer.
If you're new to WebApollo, you should read through the user guide to learn about the software.
Note: We haven't tested the current version of WebApollo on Internet Explorer. If it doesn't work with IE, you'll need to use another browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome (both available for free).