Dossier, Search and Layout updates for Content Station 10


From shortcuts when adding files to a dossier to visual improvements in the search, the Enterprise team continue to deliver updates to Content Station 10 (CS10).


Adding files to a dossier

As most know, the dossier in Content Station is used to collate files for an article.

Now available in CS10, creators can easily add a file (image, text, videos) that has been saved in Enterprise to any dossier with a simple right click. Search for a dossier or find one that you have been recently working on, and select to add your file. Additionally, you can remove files from a dossier with a quick right click.


Search results list

Improving usability, the list view in ‘Search Results’ now displays an object icon to quickly identify the file type, and a status name to identify the workflow status.

Also added was the zoom icon to adjust the row height to your liking. Zoom out to gain an overview of your team’s progress or zoom in for a minimalistic view.



Add and remove components in the CS Print Editor

To keep layout options flexible, components (such as a byline, credit or subhead) can be added or removed, above or below, the current components. Ensuring consistency, components are managed by the Administrator and can only be removed if not already assigned to a layout.



Upcoming developments

This year CS10 users will receive access to the Content Station Digital Editor. Storytellers will be able to easily access consumers on multiple digital channels, and satisfy the demanding needs of today’s audience.

Content Station 10 (the most advanced version of Content Station yet) is built entirely in HTML and replaces the Adobe Flex based version. It has been optimized to provide an enhanced experience for content creators.

For more information regarding the development of the Content Station Digital Editor or article creation using Content Station Print Editor please get in touch.

Leonie May, Product Marketing Manager - Enterprise

Leonie develops and implements go-to-market strategies for WoodWing products. Combining product and industry knowledge, she works between customers and the development team to ensure customer needs are met. When she is not at work you’ll find her running around Amsterdam.