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Overview

Write.as is a digital publishing platform for quickly sharing text-based documents and publishing simple blogs. It has a powerful API that enables you to build your own tools on the platform, utilize us as a headless CMS, and create more powerful products on our infrastructure.

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Write.as

Features

  • Group Posting
  • Analytics
  • Post Management
  • Content Authoring
  • Asset Management
  • Branding/Themes
  • User Community
  • Cross-Posting
  • URL Sharing
  • Automatic Saves
  • Breadth of Pre-Built Templates
  • Customization
  • SEO
  • Dashboards and Reports
  • Individual Articles
  • Writing & Publishing
  • Content Authoring
  • Rich Text Editor

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, iPhone / iPad, Android

Training

  • In Person
  • Live Online
  • Documentation

Write.as Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours
  • Online

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Write.as

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:

Reviews

This was a software service I tried, thinking it would help my concentration or my productivity. After all, I write for a living – sometimes 12,000 words per day and distractions aren’t very helpful to the process. So what did I like about the software? Well, it was a clean interface, sure. And that’s about it. For me, it just wasn’t useful. I’m not the type to get distracted and flip windows and start playing Candy Crush… I go to work and I do my job.

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Since the platform is not profitable for users it limits what type of content one can expect to be available. It also lacks in formatting, reach/share functionality and discoverability for authors. The lack of Medium integration sucks.

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There is an option for newsletters, but the functionality is yet perfect. While I believe there are plans in the future, this current feature is still in the early development stages for the company.

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Sometimes I just want a basic writing platform with simple features, which is something I get when using Write.as. When I use fancy websites with lots of different options and sharing features, that can be distracting to me. I like the sleek and somewhat old-fashioned look of Write.as. I get to use formatting code to get the editing done the way I want. I can also post some of my work online to a blog.

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It takes a minute to get one’s head around the navigation and the insertion of photos, but these are tiny hurdles. The Write.as folks are constantly evolving and they listen to their users. They strike a good balance between improvements and avoiding bloat.

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