For Content Managers
If you're like most Web Content Managers, you have many balls in the air and several dozen plates spinning at any given moment.
You must organize, plan, schedule, edit, update and collaborate day in and day out.
What you really want is controlwhen and where you need itto give access or make changes fluidly, without worry about integrating with your other systems and without the hassle of needing to bug a developer.
Say hello to mura.
Mura was built to be Mission Control for Content Managers, chock-full of essential features so you can get on with your day.
Nimble Content Creation
Leverage drag and drop layouts, and built-in features like custom navigation, galleries and slideshows that eliminate the need for third-party pluginsand the perpetual challenges they present
Power to the People
Manage access and permissions for content contributors, from the less technical to the rockstar.
Browse, Edit, Publish
Edit content in context of the page itself
Quickly roll out, and rollback, site-wide content updates
Easily create forms that connect with other systems like your Marketing Automation Platform
The Work Will Flow
Customize the UI to create efficiencies for different users with different skills and needs
Recover deleted files with ease, individually or in bulk, and put them back exactly where they wereor someplace new.
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Multi-language and locale support with unparalleled worfklow flexibility without requiring 1:1 content relationships.
Easily maintain GDPR compliance with consent management, opt-in/opt-out, and bulk deletion.
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