Wordable.io transfers blog posts from Google Docs to WordPress. This transfer is done with the click of a button. With this, you can draft and collaborate in Google docs like you normally would, then import your posts into WordPress account. There is no need to reformat or adjust anything, too. That is because Wordable exports your content as it is from Google Docs.
- Group Posting
- Collaborative Writing
- WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing
- Post Management
- WordPress Sites Integration
- Google Docs Integration
- One-Click Export to WordPress
- Blog management
- Built-in headings
- Document storage
- Search functionality
- Preview functionality
- Change tracking
- Image storage management
- Content management
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based
Company Name: Wordable
Headquarter: United States
Before Wordable, I couldn’t use Google Docs if the document’s final destination was WordPress. Transferring was a nightmare and you would essentially have to reformat the entire post while re-adding the images. I love using Google Docs. It’s simple yet highly functional, and it’s the best shared editing experience online. Wordable allows me to fully utilize Google Docs and then transfer to WordPress with a single click. It works flawlessly. It’s dirt cheap. And it saves me hundreds of hours every year.
Wordable seamlessly integrated into our editorial process that starts with a Google Doc and ends in WordPress. It’s push-button easy. Minimal configuration and really just gets out of the way so the team can focus on their work.
It’d be relaxed about the off possibility that it functioned with Evernote since shut to home, and today posts start there instead of Google Docs. On images pops up Sometimes and necessitates reset from customer management. Rare, taking how I use it. Another dilemma is that this software’s fare is overly costly, and it can be challenging to pay. It would be practical to get.
I love how easy Wordable is to use. With a simple click you can have posts waiting in your draft folder, a great tool if you use google drive to organize your blog posts. The customer support is quick too. I highly recommend this tool to anyone who uses WordPress.
I think that there are going to be some hard changes in the near future with the roll out of Gutenberg to WordPress. It doesn’t optimize the image size when it imports the info right now.