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@DaveBlewitt @michael2 @arpowers @CaseyGraffix Dave, creating new sites is not the complaint I posted, or that I responded to; what legacy clients are complaining about is the impossibility of SWITCHING from the old pagelines to the new DMS, coupled with what appears to be the relative necessity to do so.
Needless to say, I have no bubble to burst. If you're happy, I'm happy for you, but I think it's clear from these responses that the new DMS presents a huge issue for pagelines legacy customers.
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@arpowers @kennynguyenus do you only reply to positive comments? It's an easy pattern to detect.
@arpowers @brightonkeller ARPOWERS, I really hope you will do something to train users on this new system other than a few paltry videos. My clients and I are now totally at a loss--forced to switch to a new system when we were perfectly happy with the old one. And the new one is not an incremental evolution, but a revolution.
Generally, you want change to be slow and steady, like evolution. Fast change is volatile and causes REVOLUTION, and that's what we can all see in these forums; a high % of your loyal customers and users jumping ship because of your actions. We should all be FORCED to redo our sites and those of our clients? You offer almost no support? There are a handful of introductory, cursory instructional videos? How can this be?
Very, Very upset with pagelines, irrespective of the "improvements" of the new system. This is not how your previous customers should be treated; we have livelihoods that you have jeopardized.
@arpowers @CaseyGraffix If you are a legacy Pagelines user, for the most part I can guaruantee you will find DMS an unmitigated DISASTER. Your old skills and knowledge are now worthless. and there's no way to easily convert from Pagelines previous version to DMS without destroying your sites.
For my clients and me....the damages of this switch are simply too large to quantify. WootCanvas--here i come.