NOTE: I wrote the following in the Fluentry app.
I got an early access to Fluentry, and I am writing in it now.
It’s clearly intended for teams to hone content and then publish. There’s an editorial calendar, in fact as many calendars as you need, and the idea is to synchronise with the efforts of other members of the team so that the content is published at the the best time.
I can envisage a scenario something like a blog post being synchronised with a press release.
The text editor has the usual features – embolden, italics, links, add images, etc. Next to the text editor there is a comment box for you and the other members of the team to use when you ask for their feedback via Fluentry.
It says you can
“…publish and promote content on key blogging and social media platforms. Automatically publish for optimal impact, or manually publish at any time.”
I just clicked publish and it opened a box where I could pick up the code to publish this. The ‘code’ means the HTML-coded document.
Seems pretty simple – Of course most platforms have a visual editor and a draft mode, so the Editor and the code grabber are not enough to sell this idea to me. So it has to be the team collaboration built around the comment facility that is its strongpoint.
I guess Google’s Wave was the last attempt at real-time collaborative writing. Is there a similar feature in G+ I wonder?
I don’t have a team with which I work, but maybe you do and maybe Fluentry is right for you?