Save real money with workflows

Authoring work is fun! Optimising and structuring content, modelling content management, refining the layout: this type of work is varied and absorbing. However, there are also recurring activities that are associated with many repeated steps, such as checking whether node contents have been changed. Or removing redundant comments, and adding taxonomy values to all nodes of a... Continue Reading →

Automated image legends using callout labels

Labelling images and creating image legends are frequently recurring tasks facing technical writers. With SCHEMA ST4's Callout Designer, we have already simplified image labelling considerably, and in ST4 2020 we are expanding its functionality once again: the new “callout labels” feature makes it possible to easily create numbered labels and associated legends using drag & drop.... Continue Reading →

Technical writing on autopilot – workflows & SlimClient in ST4

When a company grows, the way its employees work together changes. Issues that could previously be resolved through the shortest channels now require clear processes to be established. Particularly when several departments are involved in a process, it is important that the different needs of the individual employees are taken into account. For day-to-day work... Continue Reading →

Is working with a Component Content Management System really easier?

Do I implement a Content Management System, yes or no? We are often asked this somewhat philosophical question, so we now want to provide a more specific answer. Imagine two technical writers working together in a team in a medium-sized organisation. We’ll call them Thomas and Katherine. Both of them are responsible for the documentation... Continue Reading →

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: