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Discussion on: Can content authors be happy on the JAMstack?

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Brian Rinaldi

Good post Divya! I agree that headless CMS give the authors a much improved experience in writing and editing content (seeng as editing straight Markdown files really doesn't cut it for most non-dev contributors). There are still some bridges left to cross though, such as previewing changes, inline editing, and so on. Obviously I am biased since that is something Stackbit is focused on building tools to improve, but others are as well including Forestry with TinaCMS and even Gatsby with previews. I think we're getting there in terms of the experience for content authors and editors and 2020 may well be the year we fully solve this.