Our Content team uses Google Docs to draft things like articles and research surveys, and they occasionally have to send their drafts to an internal stakeholder with a Reviewer (free) license in Workfront for feedback. The Proofing tool is good for formalizing that process through the proofing workflow, but it has added a lot of extra steps for the workers sending the draft; they have to download their Google Doc as a Word Doc and upload it as a proof. Then, when they get comments on the proof, they have to have the proof open in one tab and their draft open in another to make revisions based on the feedback. I don't think we're using the tool in the most efficient way, and it's a pretty big pain point for the team. If anyone is using Google Docs for drafting, I'd love to hear your approach to gathering stakeholder feedback in a more efficient way than what we're doing currently.
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