Secoda now supports real time multiplayer editing
We're excited to announce that we've added support for real-time multiplayer editing. This feature allows multiple users to collaborate on the same data documentation, data cataloging, or data tagging task in real-time.
One of the major benefits of real-time editing is that it allows teams to work together more efficiently. Rather than having to wait for one team member to complete their work before moving on to the next task, all team members can work concurrently, which can greatly speed up the overall project. Although this has been accomplished in other lines of business such as docs, sheets and design, Secoda is the first tool to introduce real time in browser editing to a data documentation tool.
Real-time editing is especially useful for teams that are working on data documentation projects. By allowing multiple users to edit the documentation at the same time, teams can ensure that their documentation is complete and up-to-date more quickly. This can be particularly beneficial for organizations that are dealing with large amounts of data, as it can be time-consuming to manually document every piece of data.
Real-time editing can also be beneficial for teams that are working to clean up data debt. When multiple team members are able to work on the same data cleaning tasks simultaneously, the project can be completed more quickly and efficiently. This is especially important in cases where data debt is causing problems for the organization, as it can be critical to resolve the issues as quickly as possible.
Finally, real-time editing can speed up the path to drive data adoption within an organization. By allowing multiple users to work together on understanding and documentation the metadata, teams can more easily identify and address any issues that may be hindering data adoption. This can be particularly important for organizations that are looking to leverage their data to make better business decisions.
Overall, the addition of real-time multiplayer editing to Secoda should be a welcome development for teams working on data documentation, data cataloging, or data adoption projects. It allows teams to work more efficiently and effectively, which can greatly benefit any growing data team.