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Wordable is the ideal online tool for content managers and blog editors, allowing them to easily export Google Doc files to WordPress, Medium, HubSpot, and other platforms. Users can write files and share them with team members to improve collaboration.

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4.0
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  • Mateo G.Gerente Asesor
    Review
    4.5

    I cherish that with a clic of a key, the majority of my coding is dealt with. It gives me exactly what I was searching for: Word to Wordpress change. It works on as many Wordpress locales as you like and dependably carries out the responsibility. Other big advanatge is that it spares huge amounts of time and it is extremely basic and simple to utilize. Another advanatage is that transfers pictures with the content of an article, so I don't need to transfer pictures physically. When I'm managing long posts with heaps of pictures, that is a colossal help. Would be cool on the off chance that it worked with Evernote as well, since now and then close to home posts begin there rather than Google Docs. At times hangs up on pictures and requires reset from client administration. Quite uncommon, taking into account the amount I use it. Other problem is the fare of the software that it is too expensive and sometimes it can be difficult to pay. Also it would be useful have a better resource services that help to rookies. It is very easy to use but if you need any problem, you can watch any tutorial on their page or YouTube account. Spares me huge amounts of time and vitality. I never again need to spare article entries on to my work area. I can flawlessly send out new posts legitimately into WordPress. Above all - pictures and connections are flawless and they appear in WordPress. Both me and my customers invest basically no time at all on a manual task that is changing content from Docs to WordPress. Google Docs are really an incredible ahead of everyone else for making blog entries (and for reordering into email bulletins, so far as that is concerned), yet in case you're utilizing the standard tools accessible in WordPress, this basic transformation can make a series of nit-picky problems that take up way too much time. Wordable solves the issue without hardly lifting a finger!

  • Michael L.Director of Product
    Review
    0.0

    Sorry to be harsh, but I do not like this product at all. It was at least usable before they updated to it's most recent version in 2021. When it worked, I liked that it let me copy content from Google Docs into my Wordpress CMS. Now it does not do that well, easily, or reliably, so there is literally nothing to like anymore. This product is incredibly buggy. I haven't been able to get it working since they updated it. Before it was at least OK enough to post your Google Docs to Wordpress. Now it is so error-prone and buggy that I cannot even get a post to into Wordpress without having image issues or other problemsand that's only after multiple hours of trouble shooting. You'd be better off typing your post into Wordpress from scratch than trying to get this buggy and confusing product working. While it's meant to be a time saver, this product has become a time-suck, and it is completely unreliable. There are alternatives available, and I'd recommend seeking them out. And the support-chat is no longer available on their site, so there is no one to provide assistance... just a few videos trying to explain how to use it. Avoide this product unless you want to go down a rabbit hole of troubleshooting problems that you shouldn't have to deal with. Post manually, hire a contractor, or use one of the competing plugins/products. I've lost at least a full day of productivity to "figuring out" this broken and buggy product. I *was* using Wordable to copy articles from Google Docs into my Wordpress site. Now, the product is so buggy and confusing, I can't even do that. It's the only thing Wordable was built to do, and the product has become so messy that it actually takes more time to import using Wordable than it does to manually upload every image and copy/paste/edit the content.

  • Stelio S.Marketing Manager
    Review
    4.0

    I cherish that the vast majority of my programming is coped with. Another benefit is the fact that images are transferred by it using the article's content so that I do not have to move pictures. That's a massive help when I am handling articles with heaps of photographs. It gives me exactly what I searched for Word Wordpress shift. It works on as Wordpress locales as you enjoy and dependably carry the duty out. A significant benefit is a fact that it spares amounts of time, and it's simple and basic to use. It'd be relaxed about the off possibility that it functioned with Evernote since shut to home, and today posts start there instead of Google Docs. On images pops up Sometimes and necessitates reset from customer management. Rare, taking how I use it. Another dilemma is that this software's fare is overly costly, and it can be challenging to pay. It would be practical to get. It's simple to use, but you can observe any tutorial in YouTube account or their webpage should you have any issue. Google Docs is actually a fantastic ahead of everybody else for creating blog entries (and also for reordering into electronic mail bulletins, so much as that's concerned), however in the event you're using the typical tools available in WordPress, this fundamental transformation may earn a run of nit-picky issues which take up far too much time. The issue is solved by wordable! Spares me enormous amounts of vitality and time. I never need to conserve post entries. I will send posts that are fresh into WordPress. Most importantly - relations and pictures are perfect, and they look in WordPress. My clients and I spend time whatsoever on a job that's currently altering the content to WordPress from Documents.

Negative Comments
  • Mateo G.Gerente Asesor
    Review
    4.5

    I cherish that with a clic of a key, the majority of my coding is dealt with. It gives me exactly what I was searching for: Word to Wordpress change. It works on as many Wordpress locales as you like and dependably carries out the responsibility. Other big advanatge is that it spares huge amounts of time and it is extremely basic and simple to utilize. Another advanatage is that transfers pictures with the content of an article, so I don't need to transfer pictures physically. When I'm managing long posts with heaps of pictures, that is a colossal help. Would be cool on the off chance that it worked with Evernote as well, since now and then close to home posts begin there rather than Google Docs. At times hangs up on pictures and requires reset from client administration. Quite uncommon, taking into account the amount I use it. Other problem is the fare of the software that it is too expensive and sometimes it can be difficult to pay. Also it would be useful have a better resource services that help to rookies. It is very easy to use but if you need any problem, you can watch any tutorial on their page or YouTube account. Spares me huge amounts of time and vitality. I never again need to spare article entries on to my work area. I can flawlessly send out new posts legitimately into WordPress. Above all - pictures and connections are flawless and they appear in WordPress. Both me and my customers invest basically no time at all on a manual task that is changing content from Docs to WordPress. Google Docs are really an incredible ahead of everyone else for making blog entries (and for reordering into email bulletins, so far as that is concerned), yet in case you're utilizing the standard tools accessible in WordPress, this basic transformation can make a series of nit-picky problems that take up way too much time. Wordable solves the issue without hardly lifting a finger!

  • Michael L.Director of Product
    Review
    0.0

    Sorry to be harsh, but I do not like this product at all. It was at least usable before they updated to it's most recent version in 2021. When it worked, I liked that it let me copy content from Google Docs into my Wordpress CMS. Now it does not do that well, easily, or reliably, so there is literally nothing to like anymore. This product is incredibly buggy. I haven't been able to get it working since they updated it. Before it was at least OK enough to post your Google Docs to Wordpress. Now it is so error-prone and buggy that I cannot even get a post to into Wordpress without having image issues or other problemsand that's only after multiple hours of trouble shooting. You'd be better off typing your post into Wordpress from scratch than trying to get this buggy and confusing product working. While it's meant to be a time saver, this product has become a time-suck, and it is completely unreliable. There are alternatives available, and I'd recommend seeking them out. And the support-chat is no longer available on their site, so there is no one to provide assistance... just a few videos trying to explain how to use it. Avoide this product unless you want to go down a rabbit hole of troubleshooting problems that you shouldn't have to deal with. Post manually, hire a contractor, or use one of the competing plugins/products. I've lost at least a full day of productivity to "figuring out" this broken and buggy product. I *was* using Wordable to copy articles from Google Docs into my Wordpress site. Now, the product is so buggy and confusing, I can't even do that. It's the only thing Wordable was built to do, and the product has become so messy that it actually takes more time to import using Wordable than it does to manually upload every image and copy/paste/edit the content.

  • Stelio S.Marketing Manager
    Review
    4.0

    I cherish that the vast majority of my programming is coped with. Another benefit is the fact that images are transferred by it using the article's content so that I do not have to move pictures. That's a massive help when I am handling articles with heaps of photographs. It gives me exactly what I searched for Word Wordpress shift. It works on as Wordpress locales as you enjoy and dependably carry the duty out. A significant benefit is a fact that it spares amounts of time, and it's simple and basic to use. It'd be relaxed about the off possibility that it functioned with Evernote since shut to home, and today posts start there instead of Google Docs. On images pops up Sometimes and necessitates reset from customer management. Rare, taking how I use it. Another dilemma is that this software's fare is overly costly, and it can be challenging to pay. It would be practical to get. It's simple to use, but you can observe any tutorial in YouTube account or their webpage should you have any issue. Google Docs is actually a fantastic ahead of everybody else for creating blog entries (and also for reordering into electronic mail bulletins, so much as that's concerned), however in the event you're using the typical tools available in WordPress, this fundamental transformation may earn a run of nit-picky issues which take up far too much time. The issue is solved by wordable! Spares me enormous amounts of vitality and time. I never need to conserve post entries. I will send posts that are fresh into WordPress. Most importantly - relations and pictures are perfect, and they look in WordPress. My clients and I spend time whatsoever on a job that's currently altering the content to WordPress from Documents.

GetApp
4.7
Top Comments by GetApp
Positive Comments
  • Susan P.Marketing and Advertising
    Review
    5.0

    No Comments

  • Colby S.Marketing and Advertising
    Review
    5.0

    No Comments

  • Alexander C.Hospitality
    Review
    5.0

    Simple solution to a real problem that actually works.

Negative Comments
  • Anonymous ReviewerPublishing
    Review
    1.0

    I used Wordable for multiple years, and it was just OK. Not great. It was kind of confusing and clunky, but it worked. After the latest update, it is completely unusable. So much so that I am here writing a review to encourage other people to avoid wasting their time and money on this tool.

  • Anonymous ReviewerNonprofit Organization Management
    Review
    3.0

    Horrible. The overall company was like a side project but then it became worse with very bad customer experience. Customer support is useless

  • Oladipo A.Broadcast Media
    Review
    4.0

    Very great experience

Capterra
4.7
Top Comments by Capterra
Comments
  • Nissar A.Sales Guy
    Review
    5.0

    Saves me tons of time and energy. I no longer have to save article submissions on to my desktop. I can seamlessly export new posts directly into WordPress. Most importantly - images and links are intact and they show up in WordPress.
    - Ability to seamlessly import articles from your Google Docs directly into WordPress (with a single click) - All images and links are also moved over (no more downloading and uploading) - Unlimited articles for fixed monthly price - The ROI on time far exceeds the cost. I publish about 50-60 articles a month on my site. Most of them are contributor submissions. Wordable saves me atleast 5-10 minutes per article. - Easy integration or setup - Customer support is awesome. I send them an email and they get back to me within 24 hours.
    -- I shouldn't say this as deal breaker - these are more like suggestions for product enhancements. Right now all articles are imported into the same author and category. It will be very useful if I can choose beforehand (in Wordable) which Author, category, tags, that I want to add before moving as a draft in WordPress.

  • Andrew F.Owner
    Review
    5.0

    Our writing team writes the first draft of their articles in Google Docs. Then our editor goes in, comments and there's a back and forth until the article content is "finished". Then, when our editor is happy, he push-button imports the final copy into Wordpress, does some last-minute formatting tweaks and that's it. Editing is challenging in Wordpress directly as it requires a lot of verbose explanations in team chat which eats time and many times is completely skipped by our editor and they just make the changes directly. The time of our editor is the most valuable/constrained on the team so allowing them to effectively lean on Google Docs as part of the process is a huge cost/effeciency move for us.
    Wordable seamlessly integrated into our editorial process that starts with a Google Doc and ends in Wordpress. It's push-button easy. Minimal configuration and really just gets out of the way so the team can focus on their work.
    Nothing, it's great and any roadblock we've had we just contact support and they've been ultra-responsive and accommodating.

  • Jacob M.Copywriting and Content Strategy
    Review
    5.0

    It does exactly what it promises: flawlessly transfers my Google Docs to Wordpress with one click.
    Before Wordable, I couldnt use Google Docs if the document's final destination was Wordpress. Transferring was a nightmare and you would essentially have to reformat the entire post while re-adding the images. I love using Google Docs. It's simple yet highly functional, and it's the best shared editing experience online. Wordable allows me to fully utilize Google Docs and then transfer to Wordpress with a single click. It works flawlessly. It's dirt cheap. And it saves me hundreds of hours every year.
    At first, I loved the tool but the pricing was a bit higher than I would have hoped to pay. I paid it anyway, because it was worth it, but since they dropped the price, there is literally no downside to this product.

  • Verified Reviewer
    Review
    5.0

    Google Docs are actually a great first place for creating blog posts (and for cutting and pasting into email newsletters, for that matter), but if you're using the usual tools available in WordPress, this seemingly simple conversion can create a series of nit-picky problems that take up way too much time. Wordable solves the issue with elegance and ease!
    Wordable solves a very specific use case-but even so, the potential market is huge: it makes it utterly painless to take your Google Docs and convert them to perfectly formed posts on a WordPress site. Voil!
    This is really scraping the bottom of the "con" barrel, but the product was initially called "Postable," which actually fits the use case better. I'm sure there's a legal or marketing-oriented reason for the change, but it still bugs me a year or two later.

  • Verified Reviewer
    Review
    1.0

    I used Wordable for multiple years, and it was just OK. Not great. It was kind of confusing and clunky, but it worked. After the latest update, it is completely unusable. So much so that I am here writing a review to encourage other people to avoid wasting their time and money on this tool.
    This product is *supposed* to take articles written in Google Docs and publish them on your Wordpress site. However, it has become borderline impossible to actually do that without running into at least one issue along the way. I can honestly say that there is nothing I like about this software.
    It is ridiculously buggy, it is difficult and confusing to use, and it is very expensive, considering what it's actually built to accomplish.

  • Verified Reviewer
    Review
    4.0

    I no longer have to worry about downloading a Google doc as a zip file, renaming images, and then re-uploading everything into wordpress. It quickly/easily copies everything into a post... Biggest benefit is time saved. What used to take about 15-20 minutes per post, now takes about 15 seconds.
    It provides an easy 1-click process for adding any Google Document into wordpress as a draft post. This has been incredibly helpful and has saved me hours of work.
    I don't like that you have to go into the website to add the content as a draft. The pricing is a little steep if you are only doing 1-2 posts per month. I could have done the free account, but since I have multiple blogs, I had to pay.