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 [...]

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 [...]

Put a face on your Agilewords account

If you had a choice between www.agilewords.com/your-company-name or your-company-name.agilewords.com, which would you prefer? Customers have told us that having a more personalized web address, such as the sub-domain shown above, would help clients when reviewing documents. We listened. You can now create your own personalized web address. How It Works Instead of accessing your private [...]

Agilewords August release - Online edit and change tracking (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • August 12, 2010

Unlike other document review applications, Agilewords lets authors edit and update the documents content directly online. This feature makes it easy to incorporate reviewers’ feedback, correct typos, and grammatical errors on-the-fly. And now, reviewers can track and approve changes made by authors with changetracking and content versioning. But first things first, let’s see the improved [...]

Agilewords July release (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • August 02, 2010

Here we are again, with a new release of Agilewords, our web-based application for sharing and reviewing Word documents online. We love that Agile process built around small iterative developments. It’s so exciting to get frequent updates with new features, better usability, and bugs pushed out of the system - in a matter of days! [...]

Agilewords June release #2 (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • July 05, 2010

Listening to user feedback and being able to quickly turn it into product improvements that are beneficial to everyone is an integral part of the agile development process. That’s what we accomplished with the introduction of video tutorials in this new release. A few weeks ago, a user from a very large corporation (perhaps the [...]

Agilewords June release (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • June 18, 2010

Undertaking a re-design project is a complex process but it can (should) be a fun and gratifying one for everyone involved. Well, that’s what we learned with the building of our new Agilewords dashboard. We wanted to simplify the navigation and articulate the dashboard around a few master pages. It took us quite some time [...]

Agilewords moves to public beta

As you might have noticed, we’ve been keeping ourselves really busy lately. We’ve not only been working on the website (the more noticeable part), but mostly working on the Agilewords application. And now we’re feeling confident enough to bring you Agilewords beta. Enjoy! We’ve significantly improved the user interface (UI), so you have a plug-and-play experience. We [...]

An Agile review process for documentation

Documentation teams need a fast and effective review process to move forward on their projects and deliver quality, timely content. Reviewers, may they be SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) or key organization authorities, are usually extremely busy and have limited time (or interest) to review documentation. Interesting dilemma, no?