Agility CMS Advances Innovation of the Headless CMS Industry With Marketer-Friendly Content Modeling
Agility CMS, a content-first headless CMS built for speed, has rebuilt its Content Modelling feature, improving the ability for users to create and update content and content relationships quickly and easily.
Content is the lifeblood of every company. It is the message that connects every touchpoint of the customer journey. Today, to have a fighting chance, content needs to be adaptable, responsive, and accessible.
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To help companies remain competitive, Agility CMS takes content to the next level with a structure-first approach to designing content, creating an organized model that makes content easy to understand and process.
According to Agility, the new content model section in the CMS can help users build their content architecture up to ten times faster.
Max Ikaheimo, one of Agility CMS’ partners and founder of Ikius, a Finland-based web development agency, expressed his delight about the new feature. “I am very excited to see where Agility will go with these changes, and I can see that this kind of re-design could really benefit the shared content and pages sections as well. In any case, I absolutely love the direction Agility CMS is taking!”
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Here are some highlights of what Agility CMS has to offer users with its content modeling feature:
- A hub for content – Customize content models right in the CMS using Agility’s visual builder.
- An optimized editor experience – Group fields together, set required fields, default values, and much more.
- A future-proof platform – Define structured content that is decoupled from the presentation layer.
- An evolving content model – Seamlessly switching from editing content to your definition allows for quick updates and promotes iterating on your content models.
“We’ve been hard at work evaluating user flows and how we can empower more users to take control of their Content Architecture and get it done faster than ever. We discovered how users configure their definitions needed to be streamlined and more accessible,” highlighted James Vidler, VP of Product Agility CMS.