New in the 2014 release of Adobe Muse CC | October 2014
Adobe Muse allows you to reuse text in multiple places on a page, on different pages, and across desktop, tablet, and smartphone layouts. With the Synchronized text feature, you can tag text frames using the new Content panel, and drag the tag anywhere on your site to replicate text.
When you edit the text, Adobe Muse automatically updates all instances of the tag on your website, while leaving all formatting (font, size, and color) unaltered.
The Synchronized Text feature greatly increases efficiency and reduces errors. You can reliably place and edit text faster than ever across all layouts. Tagging text is an easy way to reduce the number of times it is typed and updated.
Also, you no longer have to manually search for text in each layout to update it. Update once, and the edit deploys everywhere, while maintaining all of the styles and attributes of each instance, reducing the possibility of missing an instance or causing errors.
For more information, see Working with Synchronized Text.