We’ve made the jump from features to finish as we approach the last few weeks of development here at CoSchedule. This means that all of the features for launch have been built and are now being tested and finalized. Pretty exciting stuff.

Of course, we believe in the process of iteration, so there will be plenty of new things coming once we launch, and it will be up to you to tell us what you want us to build next.

With all of that said, I would love for you to take a look at some of the copy we are working on for the features page. We decided to take the approach of listing things from the customer’s point of view. Basically, these are the things we were saying to ourselves that inspired us to build CoSchedule in the first place. Give it a quick read:

“I just want to see everything all in one place.”
Stop the endless browser tabs and multiple logins that you call a workflow. Make it less work and more flow with an all-in-one calendar.

“I want to get rid of all these extra tools.”
Consolidate your productivity tools, social media applications, and about a dozen buggy WordPress plugins. Publishing one blog post shouldn’t take eight apps.

“The last thing I need is another WordPress plugin.”
Our plugin is lightweight. It won’t slow your WordPress install down or wreak havoc on your other plugins.

“I don’t have time for social media.”
Social messages are content, too. Write as many as you need at the same time you write your blog post. Hit publish, and automatically set them all in motion.

“Being an editor is like herding cats.”
You don’t have to chase after deadlines. Your team can clearly see what and when they should write. They’ll even get a few friendly reminders.

“Managing my blog has taken the fun out of blogging.”
Making sure your blog runs smoothly takes up your time. We reduce that management time so you can get back to blogging.

Homepage Sneak Peek

Of course, there is plenty more to see. We’ve also been finalizing the design and messaging for the new CoSchedule homepage. We are still in the early stages, but we are pretty excited about the direction things are going in.

CoSchedule Editorial Calendar Homepage Preview

CoSchedule Editorial Calendar Homepage Preview

So, what do you think? Please let me know in the comments!