Team Editing: Komodo Collaboration Tool

As many of you are aware, in Komodo IDE we have a feature call Collaboration.
It’s a simple tool with huge implications. Collaboration allows you to work with
any number of people on a single document or many documents in a session.

Collaboration includes many of the main editors features including but not limited
to [Track Changes][track-changes] and Syntax Highlighting. Nathan and I took it
for a spin and just happened to be recording our screens and I just happened to
be narrating what we were doing. Have a look and see what it can do!

So there you have it! As I always say, please try it, see what you like and what
you don’t and let us know in our forums or in an [enhancement request on github][git-hub].
We appreciate all of the feedback we receive from the people that use Komodo, even
when we don’t agree 😉

[track-changes]: http://komodoide.com/blog/komodo-9-track-changes-no-more-undue-sorrows/
[git-hub]: https://github.com/Komodo/KomodoEdit/issues/new

Staying organized while sharing information is a key component of teamwork. **[Learn more](/developer-tools/komodo/dev-teams) about Komodo IDE’s features for teams.**

Carey Hoffman

Carey Hoffman

Carey made the logical switch from snowboard instructing and treeplanting to the technology industry in 2009, taking database and network administration at Vancouver BC's BCIT college. Having started out on the technical support and QA team for ActiveState he now works on the Komodo development team as a front and backend software engineer.