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Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world.


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4.2 /5
(449)
Value for Money
4.4/5
Features
4.2/5
Ease of Use
3.5/5
Customer Support
3.9/5

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Kavindu Githsara
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  • Industry: E-Learning
  • Company size: 11–50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Managing your content like a pro with Drupal

Reviewed on 2023/01/16

Overall, Drupal has been a valuable tool for our company. Its scalability, robust content modeling...

Overall, Drupal has been a valuable tool for our company. Its scalability, robust content modeling capabilities, and wide range of modules and themes have made it easy for us to create and manage our content and documents. While the software requires some technical expertise to fully set it up and customize it, the benefits of Drupal far outweigh the cons for our business.

Pros

As a user of Drupal in our company, I have found it to be a powerful and flexible content management and document management system. One of the biggest advantages of this software is its scalability. Drupal can handle a large number of users and a large volume of content, which is essential for our company as we have many different departments and teams that need to access and manage their own content. Additionally, Drupal's robust content modeling capabilities have made it easy for us to create and manage structured content types, such as documents and articles. Another great feature of Drupal is the wide range of modules and themes available. These have allowed us to add additional functionality to our content management system, such as document version control, advanced search and tagging, and improved user permissions. Additionally, the module repository is vast, and it has been very easy for us to find and install the modules we need to improve the functionality of our content management system.

Cons

One of the downsides of Drupal is that it can be complex to set up and customize. Other than that, there is nothing to complain.

Imad
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 10,000+ Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 6.0 /10

Great for multiple teams in different Regions

Reviewed on 2020/09/27

Overall, it gives me the peace of mind that I don't need to learn coding to update my website.

Overall, it gives me the peace of mind that I don't need to learn coding to update my website.

Pros

Once it's set-up, which I'm sure would be a complicated task, it gets very easy to modify things on the website. Even people who don't know website building, can easily update their websites.

Cons

Once the webiste is built, there is not much room to move around, be creative. The design layout is fixed and no place where you can modify them, as a user ofcourse.

Alternatives Considered

Wix

Reasons for Choosing Drupal

You need to know some amount of coding for this which wasn't helping me and my team.

Switched From

WordPress

Reasons for Switching to Drupal

More secure, easier for multiple team members to work on it and update it.
Phillip
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  • Industry: Sports
  • Company size: 51–200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 4.0 /10

Leaving Drupal behind

Reviewed on 2021/09/09

It makes building involved content a chore in many instances. Having used it for years, the...

It makes building involved content a chore in many instances. Having used it for years, the problems and glitches have built up and left a bad impression. Moving on from the system next year and pretty excited about it.

Pros

Has provided a sturdy and decent website publishing experience for years.

Cons

Not sure the more recent versions have 'found a groove' when it comes to publishing various content formats. Seems inflexible and not easily customizable.

Alternatives Considered

WordPress

Reasons for Switching to Drupal

To be honest, I don't know. I guess loyalty to the company we were working with.
Simone
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 2–10 Employees
  • Used Monthly for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

A serious and well supported alternative to Wordpress as a Content Management System

Reviewed on 2023/02/20

Drupal has been useful in my day by day work, when I needed to work with complex websites hosting a...

Drupal has been useful in my day by day work, when I needed to work with complex websites hosting a great amount of data. In this scenario, it is a valuable solution.

Pros

Drupal is an advanced Content Management System with almost 20 years of history. The content type management offers a better experience than Wordpress' custom fields, the user roles system is very advanced and multilingual is supported at the core, without the need to install external plugins.

Cons

Drupal is not as widely used as Wordpress, hence you will not find the same variety of plugins or documentation. The steep learning curve to become efficient in developing complex solutions with Drupal can be hard. The thing I like less in Drupal is its user interface (admin panel) which is really messy and based on the (wrong, in my opinion) concept that a CMS should be able to visualize the content like the frontend does.

Alternatives Considered

WordPress

Reasons for Choosing Drupal

We chose to go with Drupal based on the amount of data to be rendered and the performance.

Switched From

WordPress and Joomla

Reasons for Switching to Drupal

We chose to go with Drupal based on the amount of data to be rendered and the performance.
Mckenzie
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 10,000+ Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Best CMS solution

Reviewed on 2021/10/16

As much as the ease was for us to host our website, there is little scope for us to move on to the...

As much as the ease was for us to host our website, there is little scope for us to move on to the higher upgraded version of Drupal.

Pros

An easy and affordable CMS that can help build websites and ease of maintenance and upgradation

Cons

There is not much support on certain modules beyond Drupal 8 which has made us keep our website running on Drupal 8. The higher versions do not help customized or migrate to those versions and lesser support for them.

Alternatives Considered

Confluence

Reasons for Switching to Drupal

More features that we needed were in Drupal than in Confluence made us opt to use Drupal
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Drupal offers the following pricing plans:

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Drupal has the following typical customers:

Self Employed, 2–10, 11–50, 51–200, 201–500, 501–1,000, 1,001–5,000

Drupal supports the following languages:

Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian

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Drupal integrates with the following applications:

Google Analytics 360, Google Maps, Instagram, Mailchimp, Meta for Business, Smartling, Twitter/X

Drupal offers the following support options:

Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, Chat

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