Frequently asked questions

What types of sources can I use with Unbody?

Unbody supports a wide range of sources, including Google Drive, Google Calendar, Twitter, Slack, and more. You can find a list of supported sources in the documentation.

Can I use Unbody to manage the content of multiple projects?

Yes, you can create and manage multiple projects in Unbody, each with its own set of sources.

Can I use Unbody with any website or application?

Unbody works with any website or application that can make GraphQL queries. You can use Unbody with a static site generator, a server-side framework, or a JavaScript framework such as React or Angular.

Can I access my content using the Unbody dashboard?

Yes, you can view and manage the content of your sources using the Unbody dashboard. You can also use the GraphQL playground to test and debug your GraphQL queries and mutations.

Is Unbody free?

Unbody offers a free plan → coming soon

How is Unbody different from IFTTT or Zapier?

While Unbody and automation tools like Zapier and IFTTT both automate tasks between apps, Unbody is specifically designed for managing and displaying website content. It offers unique features like semantic search and powerful image processing, and lets you use any platform you already use as your CMS. Read more about it → here.

How is Unbody different from other headless CMS?

While Unbody functions like a headless CMS, it's not a CMS in the traditional sense. Unlike other CMSs that come with a built-in interface for managing content, Unbody gives you the flexibility to manage your website's content through any interface of your choice. Read more about it → here.

What are the limitations of Unbody?

Unbody like any other product has certain limitations and there are jobs that Unbody is not good for. You can read more about it → here.