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Work async, like your workforce
Unlimited collaborators means communication can truly be a team sport. Executives set the vision, leaders translate it, teams act on it. And everyone can be in Axios HQ, sending essential updates — up, down, and around — to the people who need them.
How other teams collaborate
More and more, organizations are realizing smart communication has to be both top-down and bottoms-up. Organizations big and small are adopting an "Up, down, around, and out" strategy to keep all their stakeholders aligned.
“There’s a ceremony to it. Our HQ update is a chance for the management team to go on the record, simplify our news, and reiterate what it means. It’s a way to communicate efficiently, to let people digest it asynchronously — which is a big deal — and to measure whether it's getting traction.”
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More about collaborative editing
What are email collaboration tools?
Email collaboration tools help leaders and stakeholders plan, compose, deliver, and measure vital internal communications together. They offer collaborative features — like assignments, comments, and best practice benchmarks — so communications come together faster and more effectively.
What is meant by collaborative editing?
Important internal communications often involve more than one person — contributors, writers, editors, approvers, and senders. Axios HQ's collaborative editing features make it possible for multiple people to work on the same email communication at the same time.
How does real-time collaborative editing or simultaneous editing work?
Axios HQ has no limits on how many people can work on an HQ update at the same time. Version history tracks all changes that any contributor makes. Decorative flags show you who is contributing where. And comments and other collaborative features make it easier to communicate with one another async.