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What is the best platform for sharing privately with an invited group documents (including spreadsheets) that you will be updating frequently?

I plan to form an invitation-only online group of home cooks interested in seeing and sharing (if they wish) weekly or longer term menu plans – and related prep activity and similar project plans – which could be updated on an ongoing basis. Other documents sharing strategic insights, tactical know-how and simple tips / cheat codes would also be included, ideally in libraries identified by category. I’ve been thinking a Google + community or group would work, but am interested in your ideas about this. Thanks so much. ;o)

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asked about 2 years ago

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ChefJune
ChefJune

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added about 2 years ago

You could do it as a blog. I know several cook book writers who start a specific blog for testing recipes.

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ktr
ktr
added about 2 years ago

I personally have found drop box easier to use because you can share any type of file you want, including pictures. You also can access the files from either a desktop icon or online.
I'm sure there are other options out there that work as well or better but I've been very happy with dropbox thus far.

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