When designing magazines, corporate publishing, and newspapers, layouters process large volumes of content and complex recipe information. The interface between the recipe database in the censhare Content Hub and the WoodWing editorial system makes these workflows as efficient as possible: The finished recipes are available to the layouters directly in the editorial system without media discontinuity and are automatically assigned to the right editions and publications in the right language. As a result, layouters no longer waste time searching and manual errors are virtually non-existent.
The censhare-based recipe database exports finished recipe texts together with the style sheets of the planned publication as an InDesign Tagged Text to the WoodWing editorial system. From there, layouters can simply drag and drop the finished texts into Adobe InDesign, where the content is directly formatted. This not only saves time but also ensures that no errors creep into the complex recipe texts through subsequent editing.
Today, layouters obtain the recipes for all print publications exclusively from WoodWing, even though these are managed and generated by censhare in the background. They can include complex recipe content in their layouts simply by dragging and dropping. The automatic integration of the extensive recipe database into print production saves money and effort, reduces sources of error, and increases the consistency of information across all channels.