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Collaborative Writing: Edit, Comment, Compare and Revise with Editorially

Robin Good's insight:

Editorially is a collaborative free online editor which focuses on making it easy to revise, modify and comment on any text. With a minimal and inobtrusive UI, Editorially shines when it comes to see different contributors edits to the same text or to compare different versions of a story by different editors.

To format text the Markdown annotation approach is used, freeing the user from having to deal with menus and buttons.

Editorially automatically saves new versions of your text and it makes it easy to go back and see every single revision and edit made.

It is possible to import plain text files and to export both Markdown and HTML. All mobile devices and screens are supported.

My comment: Elegant, simple, easy to use. It offers powerful revision features making a very good alternative to other collaborative editors.

Free to use. 

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Alessandro Donadio's curator insight, September 21, 2013 5:52 AM

Come usare uno strumento come questo nelle organizzazioni?

David Sallinen (WAN-IFRA)'s curator insight, September 26, 2013 5:29 AM

Tool for collaborative work

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Real-Time Collaborative Text-Based Group Discussion with Co-Meeting

Robin Good: Co-meeting is a real-time text-based group discussion tool. 

The key features of Co-meeting are:

1) Live-Typing Chat
Your text entry will be shown on screen character by character to the participants, so a text-based communication just like an actual verbal conversation is possible.

2) Multi-Threaded Discussion
Not only can multiple discussions be held concurrently, it is also possible for participants who join in midway and absentees to have the same level of discussion as participants.

3) Notes of real-time share
By simultaneously debating and sharing the minutes of the proceedings and preliminary information, additional work for information sharing is dramatically reduced.

From Lifehacker: "Remember Google Wave?

...Co-Meeting is a new web service that brings a lot of them back, including real-time, as-you're-typing conversations, document storage, in-line to-dos, notes, and meeting minutes, and more.

Co-Meeting borrows a lot of tricks from Google Wave, most notably the ability to have up to 30 people in one workspace at the same time, all typing and interacting with one another, updating documents, starting and answering comments and posts and threads, and in general just working together.

As everyone talks, one click turns any posted comment into a to-do item or a progress update to an existing to-do.

...The service even keeps track of where you left a conversation so you can get up to speed quickly when you return."

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