Many of us need to collaborate on shared documents. Real time collaboration also gets more and more important to many of us as the need for version control increases. In this article, I’ll show you how to use OperationTulip.com to collaborate on documents like e.g. your schoolwork, manuscript or management system (to name only a few scenarios).
In this example, Captain Kathryn Janeway wants to collaborate with Tuvok on a shared document. So she starts by creating a document in her document folder and saving it. Then she needs to invite Tuvok to collaborate on her document. She just writes the name of the person she wants to collaborate with and the person will show up. Then she must click that name and give the collaborator the right to edit the document. This short video shows how to share the document and how to attach a message with the invitation.
Now, Tuvok can start working on the document from which computer he likes, and it doesn’t matter if Kathryn is also working on the document. They will both see that the other person has opened the document and they will see what the other person writes in real time. In the short video below, Tuvok adds a line to Kathryn Janeways document.
It’s easy to get going with online collaboration, and it is possible for more than two people to work on the same document. This makes OperationTulip.com a great platform for sharing documents and for collaboration on documents. Some friends of mine use their instance for their management system. This makes the management system easily accessible and easy for anyone to update when needed.
I hope this article on how to use OperationTulip.com to collaborate on documents has made it easy for you to get going. Please share your thoughts on this article or tell us about how you use this feature to make it easier to collaborate with friends, family, or people at work.
For more reading on keeping your files in order and how that works wiht online collaboration please look at this post – https://operationtulip.com/how-to-use-operationtulip-to-keep-your-files-in-order/