Collaborative writing service Editorially has removed its wait list and officially opened to the public.
The tool, which bears a lot of similarities to Quip, allows multiple users to work together on a document. It includes support for the Markdown format, versioning, and discussions.
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Editorially emerges from an invite-only beta phase. As of today, anyone can sign up for it. The editor has a simple interface that focuses on a few key elements, but it feels more suited for back-and-forth revisions between colleagues than real-time collaboration.
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