Hi folks, We're now halfway through the year, and a number of the big boys (Apple, Google, MS) are trumpeting their word processors, and in particular, 'sharing' and 'collaborative' features. I understand that the past year has seen some substantial improvements across the board in terms of collaborative offerings, and I am wondering if anyone can comment on the current state-of-play. Which platform do you use to collaborate, and why? All of course have their benefits and shortcomings, but I have found myself in the google docs camp for quite some time now. I have been using google docs largely for its track changes functionality, but also for its ease of use for other collaborators. This latter point is particularly important, as my collaborators use a myriad of operating systems, are often not tech savvy, are extremely resistant to using anything but traditional .doc files sent via email, and may, or may not have Office 365 or OneDrive (or even know what either is). If you work in a university, or with academics you'll know what I'm talking about here. Ease of use here is critical, or unfortunately it gets thrown in the 'too-hard' basket. Is google docs still the king in 2015? Has anyone used other platforms in academic environments with any success? Looking forward to your insights.