Page Updates


Vizzit Page Updates

This tool gives full control of which pages that need review and update. With a flexible setup interface, it’s possible to choose what content that should be monitored and with what time interval you want this to happen.

In Vizzit Page Updates it is easy to see what’s in need of an update, but also how it has looked historically. You are also able to see how you have worked with the maintenance over time. To make it easier to prioritize which pages that should be updated first, the pages are categorized by traffic volume.


The tool’s dashboard provides a clear overview of the condition of the entire site. Here is the number of pages that need to be updated displayed as well as how many that have been fixed during the current month. Keep yourself updated how the work has developed during the last twelve months.

Page updates – in structure

In order to make it easy to find pages that need to be updated there is, among others, the report Page Updates in structure. The pages are displayed with the same folder structure as in the CMS tool. Click on the red smiley to initiate action.

Examples of reports


Page Updates

Page updates in structure

The folder structure from the CMS tool gives this report a good overview and makes it easy to locate pages. With our different interval colors, it’s easy to distinguish unvisited pages and pages with many visitors.

Content managers

Here is a list of all responsible editors and their status. How much do they have to update and what have they been fixing? Click on a specific editor for more detailed information.

My page updates

By using Vizzit My Page Updates’ editor tool, the workload is automatically distributed to the right people in the organization. This can also be done with set settings. In this tool the editor can follow his/her own process of action over time. With the help of Vizzit’s action-email, editors can also receive information via email when action needs to be taken.


With a flexible setup interface it is easy to choose what content that should be monitored, with what time intervals you want this to happen, and by whom. This can be set up at editor level, node/area manager and content manager. Of course, there is an opportunity to exclude pages that are not in need of review or update.