Draft, a Tool designed to assist Writers 04-05-2013

There are times when writers require an editor, collaborators or at least a good environment to work in. They may just be looking for feedback on their writing; require a bigger audience or simply want to ensure they can find everything they have written quickly and easily. Some may wish to find new ways to make their writing clearer and more concise.

The solution to all of these issues comes in the handy shape of Draft, a browser-based markdown/ text editor that can be synchronised with Google Drive, Dropbox, and so on. Importing, working on and sharing documents is made easy by a crisp, attractive interface, as is collaboration which, by the way, works like clockwork.

Unlike applications such as Google Drive, for example, where changes made by collaborators are applied to the main document, Draft allows for such changes to be saved separately, giving the originator the opportunity to accept or ignore such changes.

There is also an option to have a document reviewed by a team of professional editors. Again, suggested changes can be either accepted or ignored by the document's owner. Different versions of a document can also be marked, making it easier to find them at a later date. But this is just the tip of the iceberg of what can be done with Draft. Find out more at DraftIn.