I’m working on a new book with another writer. We are working on every aspect together. How do I:
Share the project with them (we both have Papyrus, but only the creator of the project seems to be able to open it and Word isn’t half as good as Papryrus. Transferring between Word and Papyrus is time-consuming and costs us work - as in, Word loses data.)?
Give us equal credit as authors?
I have talked my co-author into purchasing Papyrus and they are currently unimpressed with me and also the programme. We’re frustrated and just want answers.
Co-authoring sounds fun, I’d love to hear more about your journey as you progress!
You can share the project with your co-author by saving it in a cloud storage service like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive, and sharing the access to it from there.
An important note on collaborating in Papyrus Author:
When collaborating in Papyrus Author, avoid editing the document simultaneously.
Since the project file holds one version at a time, opening an older version and saving it could overwrite newer changes. To prevent this, communicate with your co-author, work on the latest file version, and take turns editing and saving your progress.