iWork.com beta page is up

From Apple:

A new public beta, web-based service from Apple that lets you share your iWork ’09 documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in a way that’s both simple and smart.  Experience iWork.com. To get started, buy iWork ’09

 

I see what you mean.

Part of what makes sharing your work using iWork.com so great is that reviewers see your document, spreadsheet, or presentation just as you designed it, complete with proper layout, fonts, colors, graphics, and photos.

Comments welcome.

With notes and comments, iWork.com lets everyone have their say. Reviewers can leave feedback about the entire document, spreadsheet, or presentation with notes that appear in a discussion thread. Notes are time-stamped and color-coded, so you know exactly who said what and when. Or reviewers can leave comments on specific text in any Pages document, any cell on a Numbers sheet, and on a Keynote slide.

One for you, you, and you.

Sharing your Pages document, Numbers spreadsheet, or Keynote presentation on iWork.com truly means sharing. Because during the publish process, iWork not only uploads a web version, but it also uploads versions in iWork, Microsoft Office, and PDF formats. So should your reviewers need to view your work offline, they can simply download the format appropriate for them.

Manage what you share.

Access and manage the iWork files you share from anywhere with a handy document manager built into iWork.com. In one place, see a list of all the iWork files you’ve shared, and know instantly which ones have unread feedback. View or download specific files with a single click. And just as easily remove those documents, spreadsheets, or presentations you no longer need to share.   

    

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