Recent changes to the agreement between IBM and Ephox move the licensing and support of WebRadar to Ephox. These changes take effect April 1st, 2017. In this post, we discuss how this will most likely impact you.
Not much has changed for the content creation process since the dawn of WYSIWYG technology. Yet the question remains: how can cognitive technology help us write better content? This is part 4 in my series discussing the future of editing with the Ephox Cognitive Assistant, where I introduce the Tone Analyzer feature.
Join Ephox at IBM Amplify and see why Ephox Cognitive stole the show at IBM Connect earlier this month. We’ll also show you how a simple change to the editor in WCM will redefine content creation in your business today.
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Most of us are familiar with the robustness of IBM WCM’s Authoring UI when it comes to search capabilities, and chasing down content items that contain keywords or phrases. While useful, WCM’s search is limited in its application. This blog post will explore how WebRadar aims to provide users with rich flexibility and in-depth insight where text occurs across your WCM instance, and how it can easily be updated.
Full text search and text replace are killer new features of WebRadar 5. In previous posts, we’ve discussed what these features are and what they can do to solve everyday problems. I thought we might take a dive under the hood to see what makes this functionality tick. I’ll discuss the “search” and “replace” features separately, as they present separate technical challenges.
Ephox is best known for our industry leading rich-text editor solutions EditLive!, TinyMCE, and Textbox.io. IBM Web Content Manager get extra love and attention from Ephox with a new release our advanced reporting solution. Introducing WebRadar 5.
Okay, you read how the new WebRadar 5 Preview delivered [IBM Web Content Manager’s missing feature](link). You’re impressed, we get it. But you’re thinking, “come on, show us some real-world examples of this in use.” So let’s get started with common use cases for content creators, managers, and developers/engineers.
You know that feeling when there’s too much to do and too little time? Especially if you’re managing massive datasets in IBM Web Content Manager. Well, Ephox built WebRadar just for you. The forthcoming release of WebRadar version 5 will bring more improvements to the already substantial productivity gains to be found in Ephox’s content…
Look out, a new way to manage your content is coming soon for IBM Web Content Manager! WebRadar was already the ultimate admin tool for WCM but with version 5’s shiny, new features you will be even more productive. In particular, be the first to get a sneak preview of advanced search and replace capabilities….
When I demo WebRadar, one of the features that gets a great reaction is Bulk Edit. I particularly like this feature as it reduces the time to modify a lot of data, especially if even identifying the data would be difficult within WCM. So what do I mean by Bulk Edit? Say for instance that…
A great feature of IBM Web Content Manager is the ability to set an expiry date on your content, automatically ensuring that old content is expired and subsequently removed from your site. However there can be two problems with expiry dates. The first, of course, is what if you want to extend the life of…