Meet Frankie. Frankie is a freelance writer. They create articles, blog posts, and social media updates for marketing organizations. Frankie collaborates with customers and prospects to exchange NDAs, quotes, statements of work and project deliverables. They use all sorts of tools for managing the business including Google Workspace, QuickBooks and Microsoft Word.
For their external collaborations, instead of email, Frankie uses TakeTurns.
TakeTurns is a new way to share, request, review or revise documents and files with your external parties. It’s based on the simple idea of collaborating turn-by-turn.
Here’s why Frankie likes TakeTurns.
Share, review, and revise project documents and deliverables in a structured way. The turn-by-turn approach makes it clear whose turn it is to work.
Track progress, identify bottlenecks, and view all your open activities for all clients in one place.
One place to share, review, revise, and request files with your clients.
Access the history of your project (files, messages, and chats) at any time and download a complete archive upon completion.
Include everyone who will lead, contribute or follow your project. With access to full history, every participant comes up to speed more quickly, including back-ups for when you're out of office.
Stop searching everywhere (Slack, email, WhatsApp, texts, etc) for comments and questions. Use the built-in chat to keep conversations contained.
Share when deliverables are due and keep everyone on the same page.
Create and share a package containing all final and approved versions of your deliverables.