The efficient content management system for magazines. Plan and
organize, for unbeatable production control.
One web based
shell hosts functions for planning, organizing, and monitoring a
magazine. The main functions include:
Planning, of articles and ads. You
shift easily between the project view and the page view. Each
article is an independent project, where the editor sets the
number of pages and follows up the status.
Writing articles. The reporters use their
regular word processors, such as Microsoft Word. Finished texts
are entered in the project view. Images, spreadsheets, etc, are
connected to the project and can easily be placed on the page
InCopy. The InDesign documents can be
opened anytime in Adobe InCopy from the product view, letting
reporters and editors edit the text directly to the DTP page
PDF. Scoop Magazine automatically
generates PDF documents for all saved page documents. This lets
all users view all pages from the project view.
Article placing. Select a page or an
article, and the page document(s) open in Adobe InDesign.
Related texts and images are presented in a palette, ready for
placing. If the layout is set, you can have the document open in
Adobe InCopy, for review and editing by a sub-editor.
Page monitoring. The whole newsroom will
see the magazine grow via the page view, including status for
each article or page.
History, displaying who made what and
Version handling. Each time a document is
saved and closed, Magazine handles this as a version. From the
main page you can view all versions of any documents, and revert
to previous versions if needed.
Rollout. Scoop Magazine keeps track of
your document name standard, simplifying product rollout.