Webinar – easyDITA Editor
Three years ago, we began a quest to create an editor that would usher in a new era of DITA content development. Our goal was to advance our editor beyond the expectations of what people think a DITA authoring tool and CCMS can do. We focused on what truly matters to creators and organizations alike: speed, usability, and collaboration.
We are excited to release the new version of the easyDITA editor. We’re pulling back the curtain and we invite you to be one of the first to see this new editor in action.
easyDITA is a Fully Collaborative System
There are three aspects of a fully collaborative system:
Real-time contributing. With easyDITA, your entire team can finally work within the same document without file locking, check-in, check-out, or system slowdown. Writers, reviewers, and subject matter experts (SMEs) can all edit content, add tracked changes, and comment within your maps and topics simultaneously. easyDITA is the first and only DITA XML editor that allows true real-time collaboration.
Ease of use. If your software is intimidating or difficult to use, you won’t have actual collaboration. easyDITA’s streamlined and familiar interface means contributors don’t need extensive training. If they know Microsoft Word or Google Docs, they can easily use easyDITA.
Single source. If your writing, reviewing, and editing takes place on copies of documents, then it’s not true collaboration. With easyDITA, the topics you collaborate on are centralized and become the single source of truth. No more questions about versioning, copies, or ownership.
Topic editor modes
Drag and drop map editor
Side-by-side source editor
Rapid review widget
Fast key search
Automatically save work
And many more!
Patrick is a software industry professional specializing in developing, productizing, and solving problems with product content software. He is a highly skilled developer, thoughtful manager, passionate customer advocate.
Latest posts by Patrick Bosek (see all)
- Webinar: easyDITA 18.0 - December 13, 2018
- Chatbots Are Harder Than Self-Driving Cars - December 10, 2018
- Helping 80% of Your Users Isn’t Enough (An Example of Bad Docs) - November 5, 2018