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Prismic
4.3
(153)
by Prismic.io
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What is Prismic?

Prismic.io is a CMS platform that allows you to create and manage your website or application's content, and make it available through a RESTful API for your developers to retrieve and display. Featuring a customizable content repository, an intuitive editor, and versioning to track changes to your content, the software lets you can improve your content's consistency, increase efficiency in your team's workflow, and gain more control over your digital presence.

Company Prismic.io
Year founded 2013
Company size 11-50 employees
Headquarters San Francisco, California, United States
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Last updated: May 22, 2024
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153 Prismic Reviews
4.3 out of 5
Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Dec 18, 2023
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Overall Rating:
2.0
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"Prismic review"
What do you like best about Prismic?

Being able to standardise components across the business

What do you dislike about Prismic?

Not being able to search properly for a landing page - e.g. if you search 'Christmas' it seems to show a random selection (I'm assuming just every landing page that has that word on comes up) rather than landing pages titled 'Christmas catering' etc.

What problems is Prismic solving and how is that benefiting you?

Enables us to create lots of landing pages

Mid Market (51-1000 emp.)
Jan 12, 2024
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Overall Rating:
1.5
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"Difficult UI for very simple content updates"
What do you like best about Prismic?

It requires minimal coding knowledge at least

What do you dislike about Prismic?

Difficult to locate the page I want to update Difficult to update tags/categories Too many steps to update imagery Confusing to find previews of a single page - I have to relocate to the section of the website where the page is instead of just auto previewing the page I was already working on Not intuitive to format text as H1/H2, etc

What problems is Prismic solving and how is that benefiting you?

I update my company's website with new copy, new blog posts, new images and updated links

Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Mar 17, 2021
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Overall Rating:
1.0
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"Gatsby Source + Prismic"
What do you like best about Prismic?

Seemed like a simple straight forward CMS at first with decent documentation for implementing with Gatsby.

What do you dislike about Prismic?

This is not a hands off CMS. If you use this CMS platform you can pretty much guarantee that your client will be emailing you between every 3 and 6 months because the Gatsby install has stopped publishing. The even better part is that the changes required to "adapt to their new source plugin" or whatever usually requires COUNTLESS hours of debugging, googling, commenting our queries and then re-writing. I wish we could migrate our clients off this platform. :(

What problems is Prismic solving and how is that benefiting you?

Integration is spotty at best. Frequent changes to their graphQL API. Tons of errors and bugs when publishing.