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Oxygen Content Fusion is a flexible, intuitive collaboration platform designed to adapt to virtually any type of workflow that a collaborative team may use for their documentation review process. It allows a Content Author to upload documents that need to be reviewed by subject matter experts or other team members. The Reviewers simply follow a link to open Oxygen Content Fusion in a browser where they can access the uploaded documents to review, add comments, or contribute changes. They can share the files with other Reviewers and all of them can communicate with each other and the Content Author directly from the Oxygen Content Fusion interface. Ultimately, the Content Author has access to a built-in Merge tool that allows them to automatically integrate all of the changes back into Oxygen XML Editor or Oxygen XML Author.

Since every team has their own specific methods of collaborating, Oxygen Content Fusion was designed to be as flexible as possible so that it can be used and integrated into any documentation workflow. Thus, you can use whatever type of workflow you want, but the most common and basic use-case is something like this:
  1. The Content Author has written some content that needs to be reviewed by others.
  2. The Content Author creates a task, attaches the files, and uploaded them to the Oxygen Content Fusion server.
  3. The Content Author shares a link to the task with a Reviewer.
  4. The Reviewer follows the link to open the Oxygen Content Fusion interface in a browser where they can access the task.
  5. The Reviewer clicks on the files to open them in an online visual editor where they can proofread, add comments, and make changes.
  6. Once they are finished, the Reviewer simply clicks the Finalize Review button or adds a message in the Oxygen Content Fusion interface to let the Content Author know they are finished.
  7. The Content Author pulls the changes and automatically merges them back into the original documentation.