For the entirety of my academic career, I epitomized the lone wolf. I detested group projects and often found myself shouldering the entire burden of the group not because I wanted to get an A (I was not that self assured and conceited to believe I was an scholarly heavy weight), but rather to just mitigate the pressure of having to work with other people.
However, there is now such a thing as a collaborative writing app. I am a day late and a dollar short, but you do not have to be.
If you find yourself with the same academic yolk as I did, whether because you are a loner like me or because your partners are a bunch of jerks that could care less about their grade or whatever, you can save yourself a lot of hassel and stress with the collaborative writing app.
Collaborative applications now make it easier for students to work together remotely. This way, you will not need to somehow jostle a meeting time between lax practice and editorial meetings and classes. This way, with a collaborative writing app, you can take out the role of the “compiler.” The poor sap that has to put the individual pieces that each member worked on on their own into the master file. A collaborative writing app allows everyone to work on the same master file together, simultaneously, which means that that yolk will not fall so heavy on you, friend.
You can also maximize the efficiency of your collaborative writing app when you buy digital textbooks and when you use a note taking program. This way, you do not need to hand search nor type the passage up.
So if any of these points, whether it be the collaborative document editing or the streamlined project execution process, seems appealing, you should definitely check out a collaborative writing app. Continue your research here.