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jji7skyline
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
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They could download the project and edit it in the new offline editor
QuillzToxic
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

jji7skyline wrote:

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?
They could download the project and edit it in the new offline editor
YEAH!!
HarryB178
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hello! Like you mentioned in the guide, I can bump and project up, but I am not sure how I can do this. Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

P.S. Do you want to look at my collaboration at: http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/15951/
mixtapes
New to Scratch
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

HarryB178 wrote:

Hello! Like you mentioned in the guide, I can bump and project up, but I am not sure how I can do this. Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

P.S. Do you want to look at my collaboration at: http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/15951/
You mean bump up your collaboration forum topic? Every time you post on a topic it rises to the top of that forum, I hope that helped
GamerBlox28
Scratcher
3 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Thanks for those helpful tips! And the idea of a colab account is really good, and I do agree to the fact that only trusted members of the colab should be able to access the colab account
chickenperson13
Scratcher
16 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

I still dont get how two or more users can work on one proj together
when green flag clicked
ask [Huh?] and wait
forever

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snowball7241
New to Scratch
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

collaboration started
ebailey19
Scratcher
20 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hmmmm…
Collaboration seems like a great idea.

Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land amongst the stars.
longtail101
Scratcher
2 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

this heelps
ryanrulersanon
Scratcher
9 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

please help with my battle for power

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TheScripter101
New to Scratch
1 post

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hmm.
RainbowRush73
Scratcher
8 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

but how do they actually get on the project and help?
EmeraldDaffodils
Scratcher
100+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’

ahmedahmed
New to Scratch
7 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

when backdrop switches to [hii v]
The-lone-wolves
New to Scratch
1 post

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

This account is a collab account
Tinlin
Scratcher
28 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

EmeraldDaffodils wrote:

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’

Hey that's doesn't sound bad at all. If you could share your projects to specific people, it would make collabs so much easier.

I enjoy Scratch and love making games, I especially love adding text and writing; I just love a good story.

Play Button of Boredom –> http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/18240926/ Can you beat the Button? (And the Boredom?)

FrozenFIsh13
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Heh, I made a binding contract for my collaborator SlayerNiss. We have to follow it, and I hope it works. XD


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metaknight68
Scratcher
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

EmeraldDaffodils wrote:

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’

Yeah! That plus an option to restore a previous state in case of trolls would be awesome!

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dsdsdss323
Scratcher
8 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

O_o
UnicornMagicLPS
Scratcher
7 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hi, I'm looking for collaborators for SevenAmusingKids, do you think this is a good place for collaborator looking? And how do I get the password to the rest of the collab?

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