<img src = "https://img.gadgethacks.com/img/28/00/63702586716932/0/collaborate-pages -documents-with-friends-colleagues.w1456.jpg "alt =" Working together on pages & # 39; s Documents with friends & colleagues & # 39; s  Option 2: from the Recent or Browse menu
Find your document via the
Recent or Scroll through the tabs and hold to open the context menu: on iOS 12 and below, the list is black and horizontal, while on iOS 13 more a platinum or light gray color and vertical, then tap & # 39; Share & # 39; and then press & # 39; Add People & # 39; from the options.
Option 3: From the Browse menu only
Find your document on the  tab 9012] Browse and then tap "Select" at the top. Then tap the file that you want to share. Then tap the Share button, followed by the "Add People" action.
Move your document to iCloud (if necessary)
If you do not see the "Add people" option or a "Move to iCloud warning" when you tap the Collaborate button in the document, your file is in the "On my iPhone" folder or another location outside of iCloud Drive.
move a file from the
Recent or Scroll through tabs in the document manager, long press the file to open the context menu, Again, on iOS 12 and below the list is black and on iOS 13 it is more light gray.
Tap the menu "Move" and place it where you want it in iCloud Drive The inside of the & # 39; Page & # 39; s & # 39; folder is a good place to keep your Pages documents in one place, then tap on "Copy" and Apple moves a copy of the document to iCloud Drive, ready for sa cooperation. If you do not see iCloud Drive as an option,
you must enable it (see below).
After the file is "moved", the original document is located still outside iCloud Drive, but you can remove it because you probably don't need it anymore.
Activate iCloud Drive for pages (if required)  If you did not see iCloud Drive as an option in File Manager in Pages, you must activate it. To do this, open Settings and tap your name at the top of the page. From here, tap "iCloud" and then enable "iCloud Drive" if this has not already been done. Finally, make sure that & # 39; Pages & # 39; below it is turned on.
Step 3: Send out the invitation
Now you have to you choose how you want to send your invitation link. Pages provide a list of suggested apps to share with. You can scroll to the end of this list and tap "More" for more options. Regardless of which sharing options you choose or how you share the invitation, once Pages sends at least one invitation to the document, Pages makes collaboration possible – even if none of your invitees have already accepted it.
Step 4: Collaborate with others
Now anyone with the correct permissions can view or edit the document next to you. You can get started right now, but first here are some of the collaboration tools that you come across as an owner or as an employee:
If you want to leave a comment, long press on the area you want to respond to and tap then on the arrows until you reach & # 39; Note & # 39; coming. Tap on it and then enter your comment in the appropriate field. Tap "Done" when done.
You can work in a simple way handling comments. Comments appear as a small rectangle in the document. Tap it to open the comment. From there you can tap "Reply" to add an answer or "Delete" to delete that comment. You can use the arrows in the lower right to browse through the comments in the document. You can also tap the ellipse (•••) to open extended options.
You can quickly see who is active in the document by tapping the collaborate icon, where you can adjust your sharing settings, invite more users, and cancel sharing. If a user is active, you can press that user's dot to go to their live edits for viewing. All user operations have the same color, so if you want to view all the operations of one user, you can scan the document for that color.
If you use the document without these indicators or comments To view them, you can turn them off by tapping the ellipse (•••) and then "Settings" and ensuring that "Collaboration Activity" and "Comments" are turned off.
 Stop sharing
If you have had enough cooperation, you have the tools to put it in its tracks. If you choose to invite people privately instead of using a public link, you can remove the permissions one by one. Tap the collaborate icon and then the user in question. Then tap & # 39; Delete access & # 39 ;. Tap "Continue" in the pop-up and that user – not their edits – will be removed from the document.
If it is your last employee, the collaboration is automatically terminated . However, if users are still floating around, you can end the collaboration for the entire team whenever you want. Simply tap the collaborate icon again, and then tap & # 39; Stop sharing & # 39 ;. From here, tap "OK" in the pop-up and all employees will be started from your document.
<img src = "https://img.gadgethacks.com/img/20/33/63702164937979/0/collaborate-pages-documents- with-friends-colleagues.w1456.jpg "alt =" How to collaborate on Pages documents with friends and colleagues & # 39; s  If you choose to open the document again, know that the original invitation link remains the same. means that setting the file to "Everyone with the link" means that anyone can jump back with the original link in the future.
According to Apple, there are some restrictions that you can use during your collaboration that you would not have if you were only using Pages, which is all you cannot do in Pages when working with friends and colleagues & # 39; s:
Cover image and screenshots by Jake Peterson / Gadget hacks