Empower your team to Collaborate & Converse in Outfit

David Barzilay — 24th November 2016

We are proud to announce our new Document Conversations feature set.

Outfit users can now invite other users to work collaboratively and converse together on a range of documents. This huge feature set will now give users the ability to:

  • Invite to Collaborate: Send your colleagues (or any Outfit user) an email notification that prompts them to collaborate on the document/s you’re working on.
  • Converse: Empower your colleagues to easily collaborate and contribute on the editing process by starting conversations. Start a general conversation, praising the work of another user, or specifically target a document, input or even another Outfit user to action a change. Resolve these conversations when an actionable change has been made.

We are stoked with these features and how they can empower your team to create and craft your message to the utmost potential. Lucky for us, there are no other platforms that offer these, within a branded context i.e.: being able to work collaboratively on short and long form documents with on-brand templates.

Curious about how these work? Our Help section is here for you.

You might also want to check these other collaboration features in Outfit:

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