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Collaborative programming

Will it ever be possible to have multiple people coding on the same repl at the same time? I know ,for me, this is repl's biggest drawback. Will this ever happen?

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This is in active development. You'll be seeing this soon - and more. :)

@fullern000

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@timmy_i_chen Will we be able to access and edit a repl on multiple devices at the same time on the same account? We have shared accounts at school, and this would be groundbreaking here. Infact, this account is a collaboration.

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@timmy_i_chen YAY! I can make other people write AIs while I code!

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Any update on this one. Would pay money for this feature. When student is creating something and has a question i can do editing on his project without doing fork, from which student would have later to copy past code anyways...

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Thank you so much, this is great @timmy_i_chen please thank the team for the collaborative on programming.

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If we made a collaborative repl, then posted the repl, only the person that posted the repl will get the votes and . I would recommend, Repl.it team, that each person would receive one vote per vote on the post.

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This will be awesome when it happens

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i hope this comes soon im making a point and click with my bud

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Maybe it can be like scratch and people can code together or indepently and upload and share project or keep it private without cost

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not just that, we're creating new features for sharing as well, are you on Repl.it Discord Channel ?

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I was about to ask the same question and then I saw your post. I think that collaborative programming would be useful. One time, I was working on a project for school and I wanted to code something on repl.it. It took us forever because one person would paste their code on a google docs, then the other would add that code to their repl. I hope that they do make an update, where collaborative programming is allowed.

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@fullern000 Maybe sharing forks is better than copying and pasting?

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@masfrost Hmm. I never thought of that.