August 19th, 2006 by Keith

Writely Beta – Word Web Processor

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Writely

Based on the use of advanced scripting and AJAX technology, Writely Beta is now currently available for signing up new users. After acquiring by the search engine giant, Google, new accounts were not accepted until late Thursday due to transition process of the application to Googles servers.

Writely offers document authoring and collaboration capabilities within a Web browser. Some of these features include the ability for multiple people to work on a document in real time, secure storage that saves a document every 10 seconds, and an interface that is easy to use.


Features

  • · Share documents instantly & collaborate real-time: Pick exactly who can access your documents.
  • · Edit your documents from anywhere: Nothing to download — your browser is all you need.
  • · Store your documents securely online: Offsite storage plus data backup every 10 seconds.
  • · Easy to use: Clean, uncluttered screens with a familiar, desktop feel.

This is an online application, so there is not going to be any download. To try out Writely, you will have to sign up for an account.

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