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This is the first time I am hearing of this. Thanks David and Monique. I
will look it up and decide if this would work for us. This is pretty much
what my previous organization had and I was hoping to have another tool
that replaced it. Until then, bring it on.. :)
On Mon, Jun 25, 2018 at 2:26 PM, Monique Semp <monique -dot- semp -at- earthlink -dot- net>
> > Check out Adobe Shared Review...
> I really like Adobe Shared Review for the reasons that David mentioned.
> But it can be tricky to set up (whether one chooses to host the review
> locally or to use Adobe's servers). And I've found that there are
> not-uncommon hiccups where a reviewer can't see some other reviewer's
> comments. And users often forget to actually publish their comments.
> So you'd need to consider your organizations policies about security/IP
> (which affects whether to host the review on a company server or on
> Adobe's server), whether you're comfortable dealing with server
> permissions (if hosting locally; it always seemed that a new reviewer
> didn't have access, even to supposedly open network drives), and the
> sophistication and willingness of your reviewers to learn/take the
> required steps for publishing.
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