Agility Launches Beta One Release of Content Manager to Power Users for Testing & Feedback
The Agility CMS Team began the process of pushing its brand new user-interface live this week. The first iteration of this major Release, Beta One, was made available to a select group of Agility CMS power users, the company’s most active partners, to test on a sample development site.
The Beta One Release provides a sneak peek of the Platform’s brand new modern, user-friendly interface design. It also includes the Platform’s robust workflow improvements and performance updates that provide marketing and development teams with the ability and flexibility to deliver the very best in dynamic digital experiences – with ease.
For content editors and administrators, Agility CMS's newest release is a powerful platform that requires very little to no technical knowledge. The new user-interface makes it even easier for content teams to create, manage and deliver compelling content to engage their audiences.
For developers, Agility CMS is a highly-advanced, scalable and speedy platform that removes any barriers to building and developing powerful websites. With big performance updates, web development with Agility CMS has never been easier or faster.
“We’re very excited to get feedback on our updated content management platform from our power users,” Jon Voigt, CEO and co-founder, said. “We began working on redesigning and rebuilding Agility CMS a year ago, so it’s great to share the hard work that the team has put in to make this Release possible.”
The new Agility CMS UI will be released in three stages. The Beta One Release, which launched this week, will take place for four weeks as we gather feedback about design elements, functionality, workflows and performance.
The Beta Two Release will be released later this Spring to a larger group of partners and clients to test on live sites. Beta Two will include the ability to switch back to the legacy version.
The Production Release will be rolled out over the course of a month, to all clients and live sites this summer. Users will be able to switch back to the legacy version for up to three months in order to provide a smooth transition to the new UI.