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Introducing the all-new TakeTurns
We’re thrilled to introduce the all-new TakeTurns. It’s our first major release since launch. It’s the result of feedback we received from our awesome user base. We think this update makes TakeTurns the safest, easiest way to work with people outside your organization.

TakeTurns vs Email

Email is great for messaging but is terrible for collaboration.

When working with external stakeholders on business-critical documents and files, you need more structure, security and transparency. Here’s why TakeTurns is a far more reliable and engaging way to collaborate than email.
Why email is not a collaboration tool

Bring

Structure

to your external work

Structure
TakeTurns adds many of the productivity features missing from email, enabling you to engage confidently with your external stakeholders.
Features
Email
TakeTurns
Share documents and files
Asynchronous collaboration workflow (?)
Recall a message with wrong attachment (?)
Automatically track file versions and revisions (?)
Document Collection (request files and track fulfillment) (?)
Real-time discussions on issues (chat) (?)

Enhance

Security

of your external work

Security
TakeTurns has built-in security features that help keep your collaborations compliant with internal and external policies.
Features
Email
TakeTurns
Files are sent to a specific address
Encrypt files at rest and in transit
Control participants (no forwards) (?)
Define participant roles (?)
Hidden, read-only participants (better bcc) (?)
Set expiration of content (ephemeral storage) (?)

Promote

Transparency

in your external work

Transparency
TakeTurns promotes transparency throughout the collaboration, which is essential for building trust between parties.
Features
Email
TakeTurns
View/search all messages threads
See document and file revision history (?)
Set backup participants (?)
View all messages and files in one timeline (?)
Set deadlines (?)
Formal wrap-up (end collaboration) (?)
Generate full archive (all messages, file versions)  (?)

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