Wrike is a task management tool that allows you to edit all of your work with others in real time. Full disclosure, I work for Wrike, but the tool is our working alternative to Google Docs. In fact for written documents, we would rather type it in directly to Wrike than attach a Word document because it's faster for everyone to add their edits and comments. We use our tool every day and the real-time collaboration helps us finish our work faster. Our customers have told us that t also like the ability to see their revision history, so you can check exactly who edited every line of text.
All the features are available for free or just a small upgrade fee, so anyone can start working with Writing. There are additional plans for higher volumes of work to help pay for the server and the tool, so you should try them out. Writing is a free tool to help you write any type of document. But what if you need to build documents from scratch? Do you need a custom solution for document building, or should you be able to use Writing's powerful but still simple API to help you build your documents? Our answer is: This feature is currently available as part of our professional plan only. If you have not upgraded to Professional yet, you can install our Professional Plan on top of Writing's free plan until the end of September 2018. Our free plan also grants you unlimited documents to edit. But the Professional Plan will allow.