Exactly. Keep your web designers in Webflow and your writers in a CMS built for them.
You might be working with freelance writers, agencies, or employees outside your web development team. You might not want to give them publish access to your Webflow. This means you have to spend time copy/pasting from a Google Doc into Webflow and format things yourself.
Letterdrop has the required roles and permissions, as well as support for temporary freelancers. It gives your writers a familiar CMS experience to your writers that feels like a consumer editor like Medium, but way more powerful.
They don't have to be familiar with Webflow. You have approval and publishing control so all you have to do is hit Publish when they're done.
Yes. Letterdrop has a lot of common fields by default like title, tags, date, read time, author, and body. You can also create custom fields in Letterdrop and map them to custom fields in your Webflow Collection. It has support for all item types including references and multi-references.
Letterdrop will even auto-complete the valid options for your custom fields.
Yes. Letterdrop lets you enter code blocks with markdown and translates them to stylized code blocks with syntax highlighting in the right programming language in Webflow using Prism.js.
Yes. Letterdrop is a content operations platform. Take a look at our home page to see how we can streamline and automate your entire content production workflow end-to-end.
Yes. Letterdrop has tooling for keyword research, automatic SEO checkers, and comparison tools that scan the top pages of Google and show you where you need to improve to rank on Google.
You can integrate Letterdrop with Webflow in 10 minutes. Watch this video to see how.