"We chose Contentful to build our own site because it allows our team to push boundaries and not be constrained by technology. Compose in particular allows us to quickly make the changes we want to in a very straightforward way and it has really streamlined our process."
Brian Fletcher, VP Technology
Use a familiar page-based interface to easily create and publish web content and publish with one click
Manage SEO titles and descriptions as you build pages to maximize visibility or hide content from search engines
Use Compose’s locales to deliver your message in multiple markets
Compose is powered by structured content - a flattened interface doesn't come at the cost of flexibility or content reuse
Create a focal point for every team working on a project to add their content to, then publish or schedule it all together
Simplify your scheduling and avoid clashing campaigns by seeing everything that will be published and unpublished from your space
When your timelines move, you can move your content with them by rescheduling your releases in seconds
Communicate quickly and monitor your project at a glance by using visual workflow states on your entries
Compose + Launch are included in all Enterprise plans, and can be enabled now by org/space admins from the Apps tab in your space.
For Team users, Compose + Launch can be added to all spaces within your organization for $1,995/month. The apps are available for a free 10 day trial, which will create a test space that allows you to test Compose + Launch without impacting the content or operations of your normal spaces.
New and existing users of the Contentful Community plan can begin a 10 day trial now, but must upgrade to a Team plan and purchase the apps to use them for longer.
Yes! Teams and Community users can request a free 10 day trial. If you're new to Contentful, you can set up a new account with the 10 day trial by signing up here.
Enterprise users automatically gain access to both apps, so can test the apps by installing them from the Apps tab in their space.
Launch can be used in any Contentful space that it is installed in.
Compose can be used in existing spaces, but will require you to reorganise some of your content types to support the app's page definition, as well as some changes to front end code. Compose can be used alongside the web app to support certain pages.
You can learn more about Compose's content model requirements in the developer documentation.
Absolutely. You can see Compose + Launch in action in our Studio video series here. We’re also hosting an implementation webinar on Thursday 25th March, sharing our best practice on how to set up the apps for content teams. You can sign up here.
If you’d like a more in depth demo, please contact our Sales team.
We have created extensive documentation for Compose + Launch, which you can find here. If you have technical questions about the Compose content model, the developer documentation should have the answers.
If the answer to your question isn’t in our documentation, you can contact our support team, who will be happy to help you with your problem.
Compose installs two content types to function, one for a page concept definition and one for SEO management. You also need at least one page type defined - each extra page type will count as a content type. No other allowances are directly affected by Compose, and Launch does not impact any allowances.