Make instant and more considered publishing simple with our content management tools including sections, content types and widgets. Start writing straight from our toolbar, target where you want your content to go, and set up a workflow so the correct checks are in place. Whenever your content goes live, widgets will pull it through and into the latest reads and updates so your pages stay fresh and up to date. Everything is designed to keep content compelling and interest high
Master your publishing experience by tracking changes made to your content. You can see who did what and when, checking the comments to understand why something has happened. It’s the best way to keep on top of your due diligence so that the information in your business is always up to date and traceable. If you want to go back to the original, you can.
To speed up the creation process and focus on the quality, clone your favourite content types. The configuration and ownership will stay the same so that all you have to do is replace the title, summary and description field with your new content. This will boost your productivity levels and increase your accuracy, especially if you are building out a section that requires you to create a lot of content.
Maintain the highest levels of governance in your business. By setting implementation and review dates on your policies, you can be confident that everyone has access to the correct guidelines. You can also link related policies to make it easier for your teams to access and absorb the information. What’s more, you can target your policies so that only the relevant teams and locations can access them and read them.
Instead of removing and deleting content, add it to your archive in case it needs to be reviewed and used at a later date. You can re-publish archived content at any time.
Drive consistency and simplicity across your intranet by choosing how many options are available in a user’s WYSIWYG editor. In administration, configure the buttons you want to enable for your authors adding a news item, and the ones you’d prefer an organisational user to have when they’re creating a blog.