The Museo Egizio began developing the ‘Turin Papyrus Online Platform’ in 2017. This allows for the upload of images of the papyri and for the inclusion of a wealth of information on each papyrus (fragment). Each object is documented with metadata, including its inventory number(s), current location, physical features (such as sheet joins and overlaps, measurements and material), information about the conservation/restoration process, as well as the features of the text witnesses it carries (state of preservation, writing, layout, scribal practice, mode of inscription, type of text, content, keywords, date, etc.), and information about any drawings (type, colour, grid, etc.). The results of the ‘Crossing Boundaries’ Project (information about the material aspects of the papyri, edition and reconstruction of texts, etc.) will be incorporated in TPOP. This project also envisages the integration of a digital light-table into TPOP that will allow papyrologists and Egyptologists to make virtual joins of papyrus fragments by manipulating their digital images. The online platform is fully accessible since September 2019 via a newly created website for registered users.