As an author using a CMS, your life should be made simple, not complicated. And the CMS should offer tools that makes it easy to do the complicated things. The Kreatio CMS has been designed to make article authoring and publishing easy. It has been designed incorporating inputs and feedback from authors and editors who need to spend large amounts of time in the CMS back office. Here are ten features that particularly stand out, from an author's point of view.
The Kreatio CMS features a modern UI that is easy to learn and is intuitive. All Kreatio platforms come with the same modern UI. This ensures that irrespective of which Kreatio application you work on, your learning curve will be short, and you will find the same features at the same places across all of them.
With the Kreatio CMS you can completely personalize your experience. You can rearrange the modules to suit your preferences. Within the modules you can rearrange the workspaces. You can even hide the modules that you do not want to access. If you are working on multiple websites, then you can customise the look and feel of the back office for each website separately, or you can apply the same settings to all of them.
You can compose your articles in the CMS itself. But if you prefer, you can create your articles in MS Word, Libre Office or similar and then copy paste it on to the CSM editor. The system will
retain all formatting, including linked URLs, tables, font styles, etc.
The Kreatio CMS comes with global search. That is, it searches not just article titles, but also inside the article text and also image metadata and inside documents. Search results are ordered according to both relevance and recency to make life easier for the writer.
The Kreatio CMS uses Chita AI for managing images. Chitra AI uses Artificial Intelligence to
automatically identify text, logos, people, landmarks and other entities in your images and to tag them based on a number of characteristics. How does this help? You can search on any of these and quickly find images, even if you have not named or tagged them properly. It also tracks where all an image has been previously used. This helps you to decide which specific image to use.
All publish/unpublish tasks on the Kreatio CMS can be scheduled
for a future date. This includes articles, landing pages and Rich tags. Thus, you need
not at your desk at odd hours or on weekends and holidays just to publish or unpublish a piece of content.
If you enter scheduled publish dates for articles, then the system will alert you which articles are due today, which are due in the next seven days and which articles are overdue. This helps you be in control of your deliverables.
With the Kreatio CMS you need not copy paste URLs into articles in order to create links to them. The click of a button in the editor will give you access to a simple interface from where you can select the article. Like this, you can attach an article to selected text or you can embed a list of articles within the article.
Want to see how your article will look like on the website even before it is published? In the Kreatio CMS, that is easy to do. Just click on the preview button while editing an article and you can see it as it would appear on the website. If you just want to check an article by seeing its text, there is a preview for that too.
You are writing an important article and you want to send it to someone outside for a review? Or you have done an interview and the subject wanted to see it before it was published? The Kreatio CMS equips you well for these scenarios. Simply click on the review button, enter the required email ids and a unique Review URL will reach them. Clicking on this URL will take them to the article, as it would appear on your website.
As the Editorial Director of a digital publisher, you straddle both strategic and operational responsibilities. Leading the team of Editors and authors, you need to set editorial strategy and direction. At the same time, you need to track performance and guide individual writers where required. The Kreatio CMS helps in both the aspects of the role. It helps the Editorial Director to keep an eye on what is happening and where required, alerts can be built in. Here are five ways in which the Kreatio CMS makes the job of the Editorial Director easy Full visibility of content The Kreatio CMS...