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Content And Documentation Management Is Made Easy With Docsie For Users

If you are part of a software companies looking to manage and maintain your documentation in multiple versions and languages on your site, without hosting an extra documentation server and without having to deploy HTML content or use back-end translation files, Docsie may be the solution for you. The documentation management platform, which is in beta, lets users dynamically create and maintain their website documentation and content across multiple versions and languages.
 

 

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Create documentation in Docsie’s editor, put a piece of Javascript on your site, and you are good to go. Docsie helps users reduce the time required to maintain their static page content. To change any documentation on your page, just edit it on Docsie and your customers will automatically see the changes propagate, without ever having to deploy again. Editing your site documentation is as easy as editing a Word document.
 

Features

This documentation management platform is easy to use and offers a number of features, including:
 

Get Started Quickly: Docsie is built with simplicity in mind. Following the steps in “Documentation” is quick and easy, allowing you to launch your first Docsie page in under 5 minutes
 

Responsive Layouts: Docsie is build to scale and supports all major browsers and platforms. Docsie makes sure your content looks sleek and adjusts to fit the appropriate resolutions on any device.
 

Free: Docsie is free for up to 50,000 Docsie page views per month, and forever free for open source and scientific projects.
 

Optimal Performance: The developers work hard on making countless upgrades and increase Docsie’s functionality every day, ensuring that your user experience is always improving.
 

Interested?

If you’d like to start dynamically managing your content with a touch of a button – for free – head over to Docsie’s website to register. The platform supports all major browsers, and has both a support page and product guides available. Coming May 2018, the service will offer collaboration capabilities via share links allowing for allocating users for editing various pieces and merging edits in.

 

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Author : Kae Burdo

Kae Burdo is a freelance writer, alt. sex(uality) & relationship educator, and event planner. With over a decade of writing experience, their passions are international politics, the vast range of human sexuality, issues relating to intersectional feminism, and technology and startups. Follow them on twitter @kaeburdo.

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