With a heavy heart, the team here at the CMS Myth bids farewell to Editorially. You have provided us with a collaborative, seamless, and effortless way to create elegant ‘web ready’ content and you will be missed. Editorially improved the content author experience while simultaneously making it easier to move written content from authoring through collaborative workflow and into content management systems. It truly raised the bar and we hope the industry was watching.
The CMS Myth tends to focus on strategy, people, and processes. Occasionally (hopefully more often in the future) we like to explore adjacent solutions. Particularly when this effort helps us fulfil our promise of making content management work.
Our interest in Editorially was both as content authors and as consultants keenly interested in the author experience. In fact, our editorial calendar this year includes an examination of the state of this critical aspect of web content management. We believe the author experience has lagged behind other areas of innovation in this industry.
To that end, we would like to hear from you, our readers. What are some of the tools you’re using to avoid copy and paste content management? What are the features and/or innovations you would like to see in content management systems? How would you make the author experience better?
Oh, and the first person to share their idea gets a free ‘I am the CMS’ tee shirt.