Draft vs Penflip: What are the differences?
Draft: Easy version control and collaboration for writers. Draft is a streamlined online word processor with version control; Penflip: Write better with a simple markdown editor, version control and easy collaboration tools. It is an online platform that enables users to host, collaborate, and publish writing projects such as textbooks, ebooks, novels, research papers, and technical documentation.
Draft and Penflip can be primarily classified as "Writing Collaboration" tools.
Some of the features offered by Draft are:
- Version Control- when you share your document using Draft, any changes your collaborator makes are on their own copy of the document, and you get to accept or ignore each individual change they make.
- Cloud Sync- Import your documents from cloud services like Dropbox, Evernote, Box, Google Drive
- Uber for copy-editing- Draft has a magic "Ask a Professional" button. One click, and you can send whatever you're working on (Christmas letter, cold email to a potential customer, blog post, etc.) to a staff of reviewers to get suggested edits.
On the other hand, Penflip provides the following key features:
- Documents & books
- Chapter management
- MathJax integration
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I love Draft because it is so easy to use and supports Markdown. You can do transcriptions, presentations, and plain documents!