As you write page titles in the content management system (CMS), you now can see how many characters are in those titles.
Questions about a feature in Mass.gov? Here's how you can find help.
To protect the security of the CMS, your agency, and certain vendor accounts, there are specific actions Mass Digital has to complete when somebody leaves state service or changes their role.
Use Feedback Manager in the Content Management System to filter for visitor feedback on your organization's pages and export to Microsoft Excel for further analysis.
If you would like help in archiving your organization’s COVID-19 content, we're here to help.
As more people get vaccinated and the state moves forward with reopening, it’s time to take a look at the content you’ve created over the past year to see if it needs to be freshened up.
Log into Siteimprove to explore tools that can identify broken links—including broken links from Mass.gov pages and broken links within PDFs posted on Mass.gov.
Page and document titles should be unique, specific, and easy to understand. This helps people find your content. It also helps you as a CMS author find and link to the right page or document.
Did you know the Web Analytics Dashboards in the CMS can show you what site or Mass.gov page users visited before getting to your content? It can show you if users found your page somewhere on Mass.gov or from outside sites or web applications, such as search engines.
About a year ago, the Mass.gov team introduced a Service page template called custom link groups in response to your requests for more flexibility in organizing and presenting content. Have you explored it yet?
Misspellings are one of the quickest ways to strip your content of credibility. They can also be very difficult to track on your own — especially if you are managing a large number of pages.
Siteimprove has a tool to help identify potentially misspelled words in your content. Here’s how the tool works.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the move to telework for many, we've seen a significant shift in the way people access Mass.gov. You can check what portion of any page’s overall traffic comes from mobile devices by using the Web Analytics Dashboard.
The embedded CMS tool called Pages Linking Here provides a powerful way to check if your content is well connected across Mass.gov, and can help you spot whether any of your pages aren’t linked to others.