Share for content insertion
The ability to allow someone with permissions (client, writer, etc.) to edit the content directly from the shared link, like an editor mode.
This would streamline my agency's workflow when we hire an outside writer to create content for a site, or help the client insert content themselves, creating more clarity, and reducing back and forth.
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Nik Yabo commented
The purpose of this mode is in content phase. It acts like a developer mode but there are dialog boxes for contents on specific portions, instead of just pinning and commenting on the side,
It is an actual dialog box that has better text engine ("with text formatting and hyperlinks").
Use case is. It's really difficult to collab with Content creator in our company because document often gets revised and revised and it really gets confusing the longer the project goes.
That's where the "content" mode come in. Content creators can partially put a content with hyperlinks so it serves as guide to the developers that will develop it too.
"Content" mode will be like developer mode but not be able to select layers, only text. and have dialog boxes (not the pin and comment on the side) it has to be a dialog box next to the pin.
Nik Yabo commented
This is not gonna edit the document itself. Just like a dialog box that can be maximized or minimized and it shows the content that are added by other people.
Use case is, in a website there are typically people that makes content. It makes it really difficult to communicate with designers because they can't edit the text themselves, using documents often gets confusing when website contenting keeps on getting updated and updated.
Why can't just the content creator partially add a content box on a text block. The way it is executed now makes it really difficult for them to get involved. Even at developer mode, the text engine is not so good. So I'm thinking this as a different type of mode "Content" mode of sharing maybe.
This is a huge pain point in our department. Would help tremendously to have this feature.
Collaboration with copywriters is still a major pain point, and it seems that none of the tools available are addressing this issue. XD has some great features that bridge the gap between design and development in the same way it would be great to see a feature set that facilitated a more seem-less workflow between copywriters and designers.
Perhaps a tool that would give copywriters edit access to text elements, I imagine a similar workflow to incopy, designers can set specific text fields to be editable by copywriters.