Using GatherContent

Practical tips and guides to using GatherContent

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14 articles in this collection
Written by Kayleigh Bates, Becky Taylor, and Meg Penny and 1 other

Inviting your team to GatherContent

Steps to ensure you can add your team to GatherContent as soon as possible
Written by Kayleigh Bates
Updated over a week ago

How to translate your project workflow into GatherContent

‚ÄčLearn how to use Workflow in GatherContent.
Written by Becky Taylor
Updated over a week ago

Connecting design and content

How to bring your design and content processes together.
Written by Meg Penny
Updated over a week ago

Managing projects efficiently

How to separate larger projects into smaller, more manageable projects.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Auditing content

How to use GatherContent to audit your content.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Getting clients onboard

How to get your clients using GatherContent effectively.
Written by Kayleigh Bates
Updated over a week ago

Getting developers onboard

How to get your developers using GatherContent effectively.
Written by Meg Penny
Updated over a week ago

Multi-lingual projects

How to manage multi-language projects in GatherContent.
Written by Meg Penny
Updated over a week ago

Organising your team

How to organise people on your project into groups.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Using GatherContent post-launch

How to get the most from GatherContent after your website has gone live.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Integrating your guidelines

How to include voice, tone and content style guides within projects.
Written by Meg Penny
Updated over a week ago

Create eBooks and white papers

How to use GatherContent to create eBooks and white papers.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Creating help content

How to use GatherContent to create your help documentation.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago

Get reviewers onboard

How to get your content reviewers using GatherContent.
Written by Ben Hubbard
Updated over a week ago