Re: storing your community's documents on-line
From: Kathy Tymoczko (
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2017 14:25:15 -0700 (PDT)
We have a mixture.  We use Google sites for our internal website, and some
documents get attached to pages there.  And we also use Google drive.  Both
free.  Everybody has access to edit pages and attach files on the Google
site and a fair number of people actually do that.  Only a few of us (Tech
Team plus a couple of others) are currently using Google drive.

On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 8:49 PM, Muriel Kranowski <murielk [at]> wrote:

> This topic came up a few months ago, but I saw only two replies to the
> initial query in the archives. One community was using Google Docs and
> Sharon Villines was advocating for This is now a live question
> for us too.
> Our members' website currently serves two main functions: the e-calendar,
> which isn't perfect but works pretty well, and a document library which is
> even less perfect. One of our members created the website a number of years
> ago using a specialized software known to professional web developers; that
> effort was so time-consuming and exasperating that he isn't willing to
> develop it any further, although he does maintain it.
> A team is now looking at whether to keep using this website's document
> library (after reorganizing it) or move to another solution. So to all of
> you cohousers who keep your various official documents, minutes, site map,
> consensus log, new-member orientation materials, etc. on-line - what
> software or product are you using, and how well does it work for you? I
> would really appreciate seeing your replies.
>   Muriel at Shadowlake Village, Blacksburg, VA
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Kathy Tymoczko
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