Access your Squad account—including open files and workspaces—anywhere you have an Internet connection. Workspaces are saved constantly, and are available even if you log in at multiple machines (such as logging in from home after leaving Squad open on at the office).
Ever had a question about a piece of code and wanted to ask someone about it? Do you use code review or pair programing techniques? If so, Squad is going to knock your socks off. Squad allows you to share your code session with others via a simple URL, or just by checking a box next to a teammate's name. No need for your collaborators to sign up or use the same editor as you. Just shoot them the URL and start working together. Squad uses a unique style of real-time collaboration which allows you to follow along and learn from each other's edits.
Squad doesn't have to replace your development process or force you to move your hosting provider. It doesn't dictate a specific version control system or development environment. With Squad, you can simply save a file to your local file system or to remote hosts via FTP/SFTP. This puts you in control and if you encounter any issues, help is always just a click away. Autosaving means your work is safe, even if your browser crashes.
Squad chat gives you the ability to review what happened and who was involved. Chat is searchable and includes relevant activity in the log. It's a great way for teams to stay in sync and for development managers to identify where their team is encountering problems. Squad chat is also an amazing tool for individuals to review and document their coding progress.