What we've been working on and why you can't see it (yet)

Published by Felix Gurtler on
what we've been working on
We haven't shared many product updates over the past year, but that's not because we've been quarantining on the couch (I promise 😇)! Instead, we took a step back and worked on some big changes to our internal systems. First we'll explain what they are and then why we've prior... Read More

Is your website multilingual yet? It definitely should be!

Published by Hanna Retana on
Umso's home-page in three different languages, shown in front of world-map
Why, you may ask?There is the obvious: Serving a broader, richer market. A larger chunk of potential customers, plus a greater regional reach equals increased sales.Yet this success isn't only reliant on translating your website's co... Read More

What the best No-code products do right, and why it’s not about code.

Published by Felix Gurtler on
code vs no-code
I've learned a lot about product design over the last three years of working on our website builder product. When starting out, most of my product decisions were based on intuition. I wasn't sure what the product should look like, what features to add, and which ones to cut. ... Read More

Custom Forms Update

Published by Joao Squillace on
Umso is built on the concept that powerful tools don't need to be overly complicated. We are constantly thinking on how we can build the simplest feature that can deliver the most value to our customers.One of the most used Umso features is custom forms, which we released about... Read More
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