Managing ALL of Your Content

We've been working hard to provide great features to our customers that are using Radiant and we've been pushing a lot of that work out into the community. We've still got plenty more in store for our extension development and of course a lot more to contribute to Radiant.

One of the problems any organization might face is the task of keeping track of your content. Of course, you'd look to a content management system like Radiant, but even beyond your content is the content from others. Many organizations have relationships with others and their content is often linked back and forth. As the content changes, some things may get stale and we're working on a way to keep track of that.

Your content isn't just your content. Your site depends on its environment and you'll need to react to any changes in it.

When you're writing content for your site, you shouldn't just be worried about what you've got. You also need to make sure that your target sites (or sites on which you might comment or to which you might send your visitors) are up and running too. Site Watcher is a great way to keep track of what's happening on your own site and we'll be adding more features there, but there will be more to come for tracking the rest of the world too.

I'll be posting more about this in the future as we get ready to release our upcoming projects.

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