You can collaborate with remote partners on projects directly from the Captivate Draft app on your iPad.
After creating your project, you can send a draft for review so that others can provide suggestions for you to incorporate into the final project.
When you choose to send a project for review, Adobe Captivate automatically publishes the file to a temporary location and sends an email notification with the link to the assigned reviewers.
When you send a project for review, it goes through these states:
Under review state: In this state, the project is undergoing reviews. The author and the reviewer can add comments and doodles. However, the project itself is not editable.
Work in progress state: After the review is ended, the project enters the work in progress state, where the author can fix all comments received. Once done, the author removes all doodles and comments, and the project gets back into its normal state.
In this state, the project is not editable. The project creator and reviewers can only annotate the project.
A reviewer can review a project created using Captivate Draft from any system. The reviewer just needs to click on the link in the email to open up the project in a web browser. For more information on reviewing a project, see Reviewing a project.
You and/or the reviewer can now add comments and doodles to the project by clicking on . Click to publish the doodle or comment.
When a reviewer adds a comment, you will see a notification appear on top of your project on the home page of your Captivate Draft app.
You can respond to the reviewer's comment by clicking on the comment icon and responding. The reviewer will get a notification within his project view.
You can ask additional reviewers to look through and comment on your project at any time during your review.
Just long-press the project on the home page, and select Add Reviewers. Add reviewers email addresses, and review end date and click Send.
When you get an email request to review a Captivate Draft app, just click on the link to open up the project in a web browser.