I have a couple of more "Invite" suggestions.
- When I'm looking at pages of a document, I should be able to invite users to share the document (to be clear, not just the page, even though I'm looking at pages), rather than going back to the multi-document view.
- If there's one page in a document, I can do what I described above. IF there are two or more pages, I can't. (that entire menu is missing). The entire page should be present even on multipage documents.
- When I select a single document, I get an abbreviated menu available on the bottom right. When I have a 1 page document, I get the nice menu available in the upper left, which includes icons. those icons should be available everywhere, and most of those options should be available for the long-pressed document (I don't think you need me to list the required menu items in each case)
- I continue to be confused by the Invite menus. When I invite the first person to a document, you show me a nice big icon, a plus icon and an "Invite" button. After the first successful , you don't put up that wasted page. (its wasted for regular users). you could do this after N successful invites (5?), you could make it a menu setting, or you could give the option to not show this after N successful uses, and make it a setting.
- On the "intro screen" described above, you have the words "close" and "+". On the actual invitation screen, you have on the left "Add Friends", which actually closes, and Invite(n). "ADD FRIENDS" is clearly wrong, because clicking the arrow to the immediate left closes without prompt. This should say "<- Back" or "<- Close", and possibly warn when added invitations are abandoned.
- I'd suggest "Invite(n)" would be more clear with "Invite (n) Friends", with "Friends on the second line. You should also use your "Invite People" icon in the upper right.
- I can't invite people to multiple documents at the same time. I should be able to.
- When I invite someone to a document, I'm switched to the individual document view. I should stay in the view I started with.