Lunarr is a service going into private beta that promises to put an end to the habit of emailing documents back and forth to collaborate. Its creators want to simplify collaboration by placing documents within the web browser and equipping users with wiki-like editing functionality and, more importantly, an email-like messaging system that associates messages with particular documents.
Lunarr works like this: to begin collaborating on a document, you can either upload a file to Lunarr or give it a URL (for online docs hosted at places like Google or Zoho). Or you can start from scratch with a template. Then you can hit the tab located in the upper-right hand corner of the screen to â€œflipâ€ the page over. On the â€œother sideâ€ exists a messaging tool that lets you send a message to others using their email addresses, whether or not they are Lunarr users. These messages can not only be used to discuss the document in question, but also to bestow access to the document to others.