Why can't I just put all the source files on Dropbox so that my other instructor and I can collaborate
It's a real pain creating a zip file "package" transferring content to my instructor, having him tweak a few things (while I wait), then having him package it back up and send it to me, having me open the package edit it, and then repeat the process again and again and again.
Wouldn't it must make more sense and a more pleasant user experience to allow people to collaborate on Presenter files without all this extra work?
Why not just let Articulate users specific directories for temp files, in dropbox or another sharing utility, have this "roaming directory..." or whatever it is that's preventing the userbase from readily collaborating on Presenter projects, have it stored on the dropbox. Doesn't make sense that it should be this convoluted. Unless, of course, I don't understand the situation. so is there a quick and easy way to collaboarate on projects realtime? Just put everything in dropbox. Right? Concurrent use isn't want I'm talking about okay, it's just a simple: "Hey bob, work on this for 10 minutes, and let me know when you're done..." kind of thing. One person goes in, edits the files in dropbox and leaves allowing the other to do the same without all this packaging and transferring of content.
Is there an easy way to do this?
I hope I missed something. Thanks everyone. I'd appreciate your tips on how you collaborate quickly and easily between developers and SMEs and others involved in content creation.