- Ability to see all content projects aligned to a common calendar, or filter for content type, date, task owner, or keyword.
- Ability to build task templates to automatically assign tasks to different people at content item creation
- Friendly and helpful sales, customer success, and support staff
- Content type and task templates are disassociated from each other. If I create a custom content type, I have to create a separate task template and hope that our staff uses the correct template when creating a content item of that type.
Before you sign on, consider developing your step-by-step content creation process. One of the first things you'll want to do is to build task templates that outline every creation, editing, and approval step, down to the individual assigned to each of those tasks. If you build those out offline, you can easily enter them online once you sign up.
Problem to solve was managing the process of creating content at scale. We need to be able to manage multiple ongoing content development projects with unique cadences each--weekly blog posts, monthly newsletters, quarterly white-papers, ad-hoc email campaigns, etc. CoSchedule enables us to manage all of these, with visibility on a combined calendar, or on a standalone bases.