Agilewords Blog

E-sign documents on Agilewords with DocuSign

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • January 12, 2012

We have (more) exciting news! We just completed our DocuSign integration. It means that you can ask collaborators to e-sign documents they review on Agilewords. This integration was a no brainer for us. E-signature is a natural extension to our review workflow and benefits users who collaborate on legal documents with partners or lawyers. Why [...]

Review and approve documents on Box.net with Agilewords application

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • November 08, 2011

We’re thrilled to announce that Agilewords is now available to Box.net users. Here at Agilewords, we’re big fans of Box.net . We love the simplicity of sharing documents and how you can collaborate on documents online with tasks and discussion threads. We’ve always thought that Agilewords would be a great addition to Box.net, especially for [...]

5 Document Reviews Issues & How Agilewords Helps You Solve Them

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • October 18, 2011

For many companies making the switch from email to web-based reviews can seem daunting. Why not stick with what we have? The old email approach may seem to work fine for you but chances are that you are missing on a big opportunity to boost your productivity and to simplify the life of everyone involved [...]

The New Rules of Document Collaboration - FREE ebook now available

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • September 08, 2011

We've just released a free ebook: The New Rules of Document Collaboration. The New Rules of Document Collaboration is the first in this series. It’s a short guide to help you navigate through the issues, risks, and other unknowns when it comes to selecting a document collaboration application. But, it’s more than that. It also shows where you [...]

Introducing Document Review Wizard

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • June 16, 2011

Today, we released a new Document Review Wizard that makes it easy to upload a document, setup the review, and invite collaborators. Why the Document Review Wizard? Well, we realized that many users who wanted to setup a document review were struggling to pass the upload step and needed guidance to select the right document [...]

Agilewords v Google Docs FAQs

  • By Ivan Walsh
  • May 20, 2011

‘What’s the difference between Agilewords and Google Docs?’ I get asked this a lot! And it makes sense as we both offer online tools that let you upload, share, and edit documents. But there are major differences. For example, Agilewords is specifically designed for online document reviews. This means that it comes with tools that help you streamline the review process in ways that Google Docs doesn’t.

Choosing the Right Subscription Plan When Reviewing Documents Online

Agilewords now offers three different subscription plans for its document review application. In addition to the Free Plan, you can also sign up to the Individual and SMBs plans. Remember, you can sign-up to Agilewords without having to share your credit card details, so there is no risk involved. Here’s what each plan offers. Agilewords [...]

Document Review Process

  • By Ivan Walsh
  • May 12, 2011

The Document Review Process should be simple, right? How do you improve the process to review documents online and make collaboration work?

MakeUseOf.com Reviews Agilewords: Collaborating On Word Documents Made Easy

  • By Ivan Walsh
  • April 23, 2011

The review highlights that, ‘Agilewords is a free online tool that simplifies and streamlines the whole document editing and review process. It lets multiple people work on a document in a single place online and automatically keeps track of all the feedback and changes in the document (currently supports only Word documents).’

4 Ways Collaborative Tools Can Be Used In Marketing Depts

If you’ve ever watched Mad Men - an award-winning TV show about a 1960s advertising agency - you probably noticed how office life has changed. In the series, the ace copywriters worked by themselves until they had that ‘a-ha!’ moment and delivered the killer copy. Everyone’s work was clearly delineated. There was little collaboration in the way we understand it.

 
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