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We’re delighted to open the doors to Editorially today. Over the past several months, we’ve gradually invited beta users, listened to their feedback, and shipped features large and small. I’ve personally spoken with over a thousand of our users — writers, editors, bloggers, designers, and developers who are using it to write books, edit magazines, create documentation, revise website copy, and more. Each of those conversations has sparked ideas and prompted us to consider every corner of the application. In response, we’ve made countless changes to the design, squashed hundreds of bugs, and refined our plans for the future.

Two weeks ago, we quietly lifted the invitation restrictions on existing beta users, letting them invite as many friends and colleagues to the application as they liked. Today, we’re eliminating the waiting list and letting anyone sign up.

In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll share more on the work we’ve done so far and our plans for the future. And that’s where you come in: our users have influenced every stage of our roadmap, and each part to come will be designed with their — and your — feedback in mind. So sign up now and let us know what you think. We can’t wait to hear from you.

If you write anything in a collaborative format, get this. It will make your life better, and the people involved are some of the design world’s smartest. I’ve been using it for a couple of months now and it’s seriously the best product of its kind. — Ernie @ SFB

September 9, 2013 // 18:08 // 1 year ago
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