Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:12 pm Post
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rdale wrote:If you both use Dropbox and the Mac version of Scrivener, you can share the same folder that contains your project.
You cannot both have the project open at the same time. There is a narrow window of time when you might be able to open it at the same time, but that would cause conflicts within your project that are hard to detect, and can get messy to untangle. If you can both agree that you will each unambiguously and perfectly communicate when you're passing control of the project over to the other person, you can share the same project using Dropbox.
Just be sure to tell them, "I'm done editing the project. You may open it yourself now! I promise not to open the project again until you tell me you're done," and get them to tell you the same when they're done with it.
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D) When it comes to collaborative writing you might want to go to the tips & techniques area of the forum and search for ‘collaboration’ and its cognates.
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