Collaborative editing of text documents


Article from Issue 86/2008

If you are looking for a tool for collaborative text editing across a network, Gobby might be the Gobby lets multiple users edit text documents collaboratively and discuss the changes online.

Helpful colleagues: Knowing that the letter has to be out by the end of the business day, they have lined up behind your desk, shoulder-surfing your screen and pointing ou
typos, tacky phrasing, or whatever. The mean well, but honestly, I would prefer to complete the sentence before they jump on it – and it would be a big help if they took turns shouting!

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