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Content Snare vs. GatherKit: Who’s better at streamlining the collection process?

Content Snare vs GatherKit

The plethora of content management tools offering similar functionalities can make the decision-making process overwhelming. But if you’ve been digging, GatherKit and Content Snare are expected to make the shortlist. Here’s our breakdown of the features of these two content collection tools:

Features
Content Snare
GatherKit
Collaborate on content
Task assignments
Task deadlines
Organize content hierarchy
Commenting on content
Share with anyone without account
Revision history
Site navigation builder
Collect assets
Save project links and notes
User
2
Free kit up to 2 users
Projects
20 active form requests
3
File storage
20 GB
Up to 500MB
Pricing
Starts at $29
Free

A breakdown of the features

Centralized content collection and collaboration

Both of GatherKit and Content Snare have content collaboration features. The difference with Content Snare is you can customize the request based on what kind of inputs you need by choosing from files, images, and text fields in Content Snare. In GatherKit, invite your team members and clients as collaborators and quickly write, collect, and comment on content in the system.

GatherKit media

Streamlined content workflow

The most challenging aspect of compiling a lot of content is maintaining the status of your content. While Content Snare reduces the need to follow up and chase your clients for the deliverables by allowing you to set automatic reminders. There are built-in email templates that you can schedule to stay on top of things.

GatherKit lets you control the procedure from the draft to the final approval stage. On the GatherKit’s dashboard, you can see the project insight, including the latest editing, project progress, project scope, and important notes. It allows you to receive a notification activity on the project. Assign people to pages, monitor due dates, and comment on content to keep the process moving.

GatherKit approval process

Dynamic revision history and archived kits

With each step in the approvals, get unique versions to keep track of changes between you and your clients. In GatherKit, you also have access to history logs so you can reset to an earlier stage if needed. On the other hand, Content Snare has approved versions locked in to avoid further changes. GatherKit offers 1-month archived projects for the free plan, so you can have plenty of time to back up and upgrade.

GatherKit version control

Free file storage

Automatically send files to popular cloud storage options, or use Content Snare’s Zapier integration to send content to any system that integrates with Zapier. GatherKit, on the other hand, gives up to 500MB of storage for free accounts and 2GB for the simple kit plan. 

Pricing built for freelancers and small agencies

Although GatherKit and Content Snare have some shared features, GatherKit is a more affordable alternative for small digital agencies, web developers, and freelancers. While Content Snare only provides a 14-day free trial, GatherKit offers the free kit, so you can use our feature as long as you want. GatherKit’s paid kits start at $16 per month, making it more accessible for small budgets and smaller projects to deliver still centralized project management that wows their clients.

GatherKit pricing plan

Site navigation builder

Because GatherKit is built for web projects, you can create custom navigation structures and track approvals. As you plan your pages in the Navigation Builder, the pages are automatically created and ready for you to add content. While Content Snare currently doesn’t have this feature, they offer templated request builders.

GatherKit navigation builder

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