This used to be in the legacy version of GatherContent. I want this back!
Yes, it is vital to the way we use GatherContent. This is a must have feature.
This feature was vital to the way that my agency uses GatherContent. With the size and complexity of the sitemaps we migrate into GC, as well as the often low bandwidth of the people who are tasked with doing this, entering them one at a time is not a feasible option.
We are already looking into alternative services after this update, and if this feature isn't reinstated then we are going to have to switch.
Yes! This was the best functionality of the entire system.
I've gone from being able to set up 35 pages for a website in 10 seconds, to spending 20 minutes setting up the pages ONE BY ONE.
It is a disaster, and if not returned will ensure we have to look for some other system :(
The entire item, folder and structure thing might look cool, but it's not very functional. Sometimes progress just isn't.
This is a HUGE problem for our GC projects. We use Gather to work on content for many many clients, each with many thousands of pages. It is simply not viable for us to have to manually type in every single page, and creating document for importing into Gather is a moot task.
This is the feature we miss the most, we create enterprise level site maps, and we used to be able to paste in a text list, with all the pages delineated with the dash structure that Gather Content had outlined... now we have to add pages one by one, because CSV and other imports cut page titles in half, format weirdly, and in general prove to be useless. Something that used to take us an hour, now takes us hours to days depending on the size of the project.
PLEASE bring this back.
Related - We should be able to "Save and Add Another" or easily create a new entry without having to return to the content homepage.
We migrate websites with 1000s of pages to Gather Content, removing this feature essentially makes the product unusable for us.
Seriously, why would this feature be removed? It's extremely efficient... bring it back.