MadCap Contributor makes it simple and easy for anyone in your organization to review and contribute content to your documentation. Subject matter experts and content contributors outside the document management team can edit and review topics, make annotations, and update content with a simple, easy-to-use interface. Tight integration with Flare makes MadCap Contributor an essential tool in the contribution and review process.
Learn how MadCap Contributor allows subject matter experts and content contributors outside the document management team to edit and review topics, make annotations, and update content with a simple, easy-to-use interface.
A split-view editor setting allows authors to see both XML code and the WYSIWYG editor in real time, plus:
With native authoring for right-to-left (RTL) languages, reviewers and content contributors can now review and edit content in both left-to-right and right-to-left languages.
RTL language support includes:
New print enhancements give added control to print-based outputs, including:
A new Character dialogue lets you insert special characters easily into your content, along a new Insert Character drop-down menu and optional Word shortcut keys.
Using a new dialogue, easily see which dictionaries are installed on your computer or import dictionaries that you have downloaded.
A new plug-in API lets you integrate Contributor with DLL files. Add your own customized ribbons, menus, toolbar buttons and more.
View this recorded webinar to see how you can significantly expand your authoring and review process. This webinar will demonstrate sending content from Flare to MadCap Contributor for edit and review as well as how SMEs can create new content using MadCap Contributor.
Now your managers and subject matter experts can enjoy free review using annotation.
Note: The trial version of MadCap Contributor includes a non-expiring, free review with annotation mode, allowing for perpetual review between SME, managers and Flare authors.View More
Give your review team additional editing capabilities with the ability to insert multimedia elements, such as images and equations, into your review topics in MadCap Contributor.
Review packages can now be sent from Flare’s TOC using the TOC View, allowing reviewers to see review candidates in context of the entire project and TOC.
Access, edit and update files directly from the SharePoint server for streamlined content contribution and review. For those not utilizing content management systems, the new External Resources feature lets you access files (content topics, images, etc.) stored on any accessible network.
Allow your subject matter experts and casual content contributors to add content quickly and easily without the need for any technical knowledge of professional authoring and without using Flare.
Allow SMEs and managers to review your content and/or contribute to your authoring projects using pre-defined Flare templates, allowing them to focus on content without messing with your formatting or project styles.
By using MadCap Contributor, authors can send content out for review without the need to make troublesome conversions from other file formats such as PDF and Word documents.View More
Send reviewed, revised, or annotated content with track changes back and forth with managers and SMEs via Outlook, SharePoint or External Resources.
Advanced track changes in MadCap Contributor help manage the editing and review process:View More
Send single topics or multiple topics out to reviewers and contributors for flexible content creation and development.
Avoid the hassle of converting content from Word and other formats to ensure consistency throughout your documentation contribution and review process.
New licensing options mean greater flexibility to fit the unique needs of your organization. With subscription licensing, you can significantly reduce the contribution and review workflows of authoring for as little as $7 per month per user.Learn More
In addition to our standard single named-user perpetual license, we are pleased to offer:
"SMEs can pop in and out of the documentation task without having to set aside swathes of time, and the content they produce can be integrated much faster. My colleague handles the operations manual, and at times has up to 10 contributing authors using the Contributor template. Even then everything looks consistent, and that's important because we put a priority on standards."| Fitness First Group