Editorially opens its collaborative writing service to the public

Editorially opens its collaborative writing service to the public

editoriallyCollaborative 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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