Edocr collections act like file folders, allowing edocr users to group
documents as they please and set various security, privacy, and
gating settings for the collection as a whole. More information on
edocr collections can be found on our Collection blog post.
We would now like to introduce our new premium feature,
Collaborative Collections. This feature will allow independent users
to submit documents and forms to privately owned collections
through a gated submission process during collection creation.
Instead of the account owner publishing documents accessible for
anyone to see, this new collection type will allow others to share
documents selectively with the collection owner. Our new mark-up
tools will also allow the owner to annotate, comment and mark-up
the submitted document.
This should really benefit groups of users wishing to submit
documents for review and group collaborators sharing files. The
feature is designed to assist students and teachers in sharing
documents within a class or project group, as well as educational or
charity organizations in submitting applications and forms.
You must have a Premium Account to enjoy and use the features
included with this collection type.
For instance, if you are part of an educational or charity organization
and desire a free Premium edocr account, click on this form and
submit it to us. That submittal process uses a Submittal Collection
we set up to collect these Application Forms.
For those with a premium account collaborative collection can be
created the same way you would any collection. From your profile
you click 'Add a Collection', then select the ‘Collaborative Access’
option at the bottom of the collection types as shown here:
Once ‘Collaborative Access’ is selected, you may also add an email
list of people you want submitting to this collection. Add individually
by typing and hitting 'enter', or comma and type the next email, or
just paste an email list that is separated by commas. If you need to
allow unknown people to s