From a thousand feet up.
There’s no better way to see the weak spots in your architecture than from a good old sitemap. No fiddling or messing, Jumpchart’s sitemaps build themselves as you add pages. But if you’re more of a big picture person, you can drag and drop right from the sitemap page.
Like a website…but naked.
If there were a blueprint for a website, this is what it would look like. Navigate to every page, manage the metas and titles. See the bones of the site before you push your first pixel.
Who did what, when.
The main reason you’ll like Jumpchart is that it gets collaboration out of an inbox and in front of everyone to see. It’s great when you can start with architecture, add copy and attachments, and export right in front of everyone’s eyes.
No project has ever moved exclusively forward. The important thing is to have a workflow that embraces revisions. Whether you subscribe to comments via email, updates via RSS, or manually check in, you can always know what’s happened on your project recently.
- All new full-screen writing experience lets you focus on telling great stories.
- Use Markdown or Textile. Finally.
- Streamlined interface for almost everything. No more 2 clicks to get there.
- All new sitemap interface with drag and drop.
- Better mobile writing experience.
We got rid of the least used features.
Feels good, man.