June 13, 2017

on Tuesday launched a beta version of its LookWithUs collaboration platform, which allows teams to use text, voice, video, images, links and attachments to collaborate on documents, PowerPoint presentations, images or other file types.

Users create projects starting with Microsoft Office files, PDFs, images, or virtually any other file type, then invite others to participate in and contribute to the project. Projects can be kept private and accessible by invitation only, or can be publicly available via a link.

Participants add their own notes via text, voice, video, web links or even YouTube videos to the project file, and a marking indicates the exact reference point within the file. Files and annotations are securely bound together and hosted on the LookWithUs cloud so they remain protected and accessible from anywhere – and those working on a project can access the files even if they do not have that file’s supporting software installed.

 

 

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