I want to use Muse for my non profit's website. To do so up to 4 different people need to be able to add, delete, edit content, and make design changes from different locations. If they use the direct publishing feature in Business Catalyst can we do this? Are we all working off the same web file on the Cloud or do we each have a different version on our computers that somehow have to be synced?
If you had all of the website related files from Muse in a collaborated folder shared with all 4 users I think that would work. The only challenge would be the collaborate feature doesn't lock the file when someone is making changes. So you would need to work out some kind of communication process between everyone. The direct publish would work fine and each user would have a unique copy and everyone's copy gets updated to the latest altered version via file sync when someone alters it.
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Thank you. Since I have yet to use Muse other than a 7 day trial, riot I'm not familiar with it's file structure. But, if in fact the entire website is one file or folder then I think you are saying that others can make changes to their version, then send it to the collaboration file, and somehow everyone's file gets synced to the same version. I'm not sure how the sync happens but if that's correct it may work.
Unfortunately it's very hard to get any help out of Adobe.