AllDrafts is licensed to individuals. You can share a document for viewing, commenting, or editing with anyone. You need a license to create a new document.
The free plan allows you to edit documents that have been shared with you, but does not allow new document creation.
Sign up early for free access during the development phase, and then a great price once AllDrafts launches! Early access users join a free trial until June 30, 2023, and then get a special rate of just $99.95/month (or $999.95/year) moving forward.
An AllDrafts subscription lets you create your own documents and templates, manage your own clause library, generate Word, PDF, and more. Subscribers have access to AI-powered document analysis when available. Sign up for an annual subscription to save!
There is no substitute for a lawyer, but it’s about time there was one for Microsoft Word.
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AllDrafts is a cloud-based word processor for contracts. It is designed specifically for drafting contracts, and is full of time-saving conveniences like automatic formatting, smart style sheets, easy cross-references and more.
AllDrafts imports and exports documents in Microsoft Word format. Exported documents support internal hyperlinks, have clean style sheets, and contain no information from earlier revisions.
It's easy to use AllDrafts to prepare clean contract documents and then switch to Word for sharing with clients or opposing counsel -- though with AllDrafts' cloud-based collaboration, there's no need to be emailing Word documents.
For now AllDrafts is licensed directly to individual lawyers and paralegals. Anyone with an AllDrafts license can create a document and invite someone to view, comment, or edit it, but you need your own license to create a new document.
Yes! Just just the Share button in the upper-right of any document window. You can choose to invite someone as a team member, client, or opposing counsel, and you control what permissions they have.