Content Stages

Content Stages allows teams to utilize custom content workflows in order to see content before publishing to limit human error and ensure content is being translated to the frontend properly before being published.

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  • The interface - It's slick. Intuitive and best of all, rapid fast. You can get exactly what you need done in a fraction of the time for other headless CMS about.

    Doug S. Product Consultant
  • Intuitive UX which is helpful for non-technical content creators.

    Moritz GIT Consultant
  • Our team uses Hygraph to push breaking news stories to our project's webpage. The project is a part of a large non-profit initiative and the goal is to feature current content (news stories, celebrity endorsements). Authors are able to quickly add content to the CMS without sacrificing the high quality our readers expect.

    Matthew F. Manager, Social Good
  • We are building heavily for mobile devices, so using GraphQL for our content APIs is really helping our app performance. Our developers also love the code autocomplete function and the self-generated API documentation in the API Explorer. Quite intuitive UI for business users."" Markus H. CEO"

    Markus H.CEO
  • Integrated GraphQL Playground is very helpful when developing and debugging.

    Pascal F.Software-Entwickler

Draft

DRAFT allows people to add and edit content without affecting published content.

Published

When the content is ready to be pushed live, it is added to the PUBLISHED stage. Content staging allows users to compare versions of content in different stages.