Lightroom mobile: Collaborative Editing (Rights)

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Lightroom Mobile: Allow (as in Google Drive) the option for collaborative editing for teams. Provide at least 3 options: 1) Collection Viewable by anyone with the link, 2) Collection Viewable to specific individuals via sign-on, 3) Collection Editable by specific individuals via sign-on. #2 would require the ability to create a free adobe account. Collaborative editing via LR mobile eliminates the hassles with Catalog syncing and allows for a team to have access to all photos within one user's (Master) catalog. For me, this is an essential feature for usability with my Yearbook Staff.
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Photo n'Co

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Yens, i'm looking for this solution To, We are a young sport photo agencies and we need to have a solution like this for cataloging our photography  at distance
And Why not with the Web Solution, or With Cloud 
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This would be great. We have been looking for an easy way of sharing editing responsibilities. We have at least 3 cameras going at each event and take 4k to 8k photos in a weekend. It would be great if we could share our catalogs and balance out the editing responsibilities. If we could share via mobile sync that would be great. I have been asking for this feature every time I get a Lightroom survey. 
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I agree, Adobe Revel had this function at a Multiple Library (Catalog) level.

If you shared a Library with another user with an unpaid Revel account, they could upload and edit.

It's a yes from me!
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But Adobe Revel service is closed now 
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Selondon

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Unfortunately yes, but hopefully the technology can be carried across into LrM as both are Cloud Based.

I don't know how this would sit in a workflow with LrD though.