We hope you find DocMoto really easy to use but in case you have any questions, here you will find FAQs, step-by-step guides and videos demonstrating some of DocMoto's key features.
We were recently asked the following question by one of our customers:
"I can see that even though a document is checked out, one can still download the original (prior to check out) document, which is exactly what we want. However, I noticed that if, for example, I check out the document and check it back in so that the next person in the revision process can review and edit the document, the document with my revisions becomes the current document that will be downloaded by staff for use. Is there any way to keep the original (prior to check out) document on Docmoto so that our staff can still download the original document while we are checking it in and out due to a revision that is taking place with multiple people? As a side note, our document revision process usually involves 3-4 people for weeks at time until the document becomes final, so such a process will happen all the time."
The simplest and most effective method is to invoke a process something like this:
When you are finally happy to release your document.
This procedure in practice takes seconds and is very simple to execute.
The revision history of the "release" will be all the fully released documents, the version history of the "work in progress" will be the complete history of every change to that document.
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