5 Things That Can Go Wrong With Collaborative Content Review

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Let’s start by answering this question: If you had just one day to send across a 50-page document to your client, would you email your team back and forth for their feedback or just start collaborating online?

The answer is not only obvious but is also the best! Online Collaborative Review is a boon when you need to get your work done in a jiffy. But as they say, “Too many cooks spoil the broth”; too many reviewers working simultaneously can make your “broth” (document) tangy! Here are a few tips that will catch you before you fall into pits of trouble and will help you manage collaborative review.

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Brainstorming using Web 2.0

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Only when there is a need to do a presentation, and the resources to be used are stored at different people’s terminals, and the deadline is a few hours ahead, do I begin to love the “Share” button in Zoho Writer. I can simply give “Read and Write” permission to my friends who are a part of the team and whose computer terminals, unfortunately are separated by a great distance from mine, and wait and watch while the ideas pour in. If ever there is a group of people who’ll be most benefitted by such Web-based applications, it’ll be the student community, who unfortunately cannot all afford a laptop to carry around.

Previously, when I had to do similar kind of work, I’ll have to send the document as the text of an e-mail, for the college terminal doesn’t have MS Office installed, contrary to most domestic PC terminals, and e-mail it to myself. Then open the e-mail and do the necessary formatting and take print outs. With web-based Word Processor, it becomes a lot less clumsy. “Share’ and more specifically “Read & Write” is now (exploited and loved) by several friends of mine for various purposes – college homework and otherwise where several heads, instead of one are involved.