Collaborating with Online Documents

Document created by Jamie Heinrich on Oct 5, 2018Last modified by Michael Davis on Apr 7, 2020
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The Network allows you to collaborate on documents that you create  with the  editor. (This is essentially the same function as a wiki.) Several people can make changes to the same document and the changes between each version are captured.


To Create a Document:

Click the pencil icon in the top right corner of the page and select Document.



The document editing page should come up. Provide a title and add content in the main box.



You may "Publish" the document or save it as a "Draft".

If you choose to save it as a draft, you may find the draft by accessing Your Content (click on your avatar in the upper right corner), and selecting "Drafts" in the left side menu.


Collaborating - Viewing and Managing Versions


Each time a document is published or updated, it creates a new version. The ACS Network allows you to look at and compare the different versions. To do this, you may select "Manage versions" in the Actions Box when looking at a document. If you click on the version number in the upper right hand corner of the document box, the last two versions of the document will be shown.


You may select which two versions to compare. You may view what was added, deleted, or changed between the two versions as well as view who published the document.