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YouMagine collaboration features and your ideas

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Hi gang,

we are working to expand YouMagine's collaboration capabilities and have released a new feature called "Issues". If it reminds you of GitHub's issues feature, then you are just about right!

 

Issues

Issues are focused discussion threads meant to structure and coordinate tasks and requests. Authors are informed about new issues via email and they can comment on issues and close them when they are done. This way discussions are formed around specific topics which do not end up in the catch-all comments section.

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Here is the link to a project from the screenshot:

 

 

 

 

Upcoming File Versions

Another feature is in the works and complements issues very well. It allows collaborators to store different document file versions. When a new file with the same name is added to the project, the system will store it as a new version. Later on, collaborators can download specific versions of that file. This will eventually lead the way to new features on YouMagine like forking/cloning projects.

 

Your Opinion

YouMagine is made for the community and we need your feedback and ideas on how to improve it. I'd like to ask for your feedback and creativity in this super short survey (5 questions). This would help us a lot!

 

 

Thanks!

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