The ability to track changes, compare versions, and get feedback—all without the soul-crushing feature bloat and nasty web-unfriendly code of Microsoft Word? Dare an editor dream such a dream?
That’s what just-announced collaborative writing tool Editorially aims to do:
And some of ALA’s crazy-smart friends and colleagues are behind it, too: Ethan Marcotte, Mandy Brown, and Jason Santa Maria.
After years of being forced to work in Word just to add comments to a draft—or to muddle my way through non-collaborative text editors—I cannot wait to try this out.