I would need a lot of time to list all Pros. I tried different editors, like Readymag and Webflow. Unfortunately, all of them require too much time, so it becomes easier to custom code things or ask a developer.
Tilda is just a perfect balance, the library of predesigned blocks is huge, I think it almost 500 blocks there.
Any block is flexible and configurable. It's so easy to update content for a regular manager, and designers can create amazing stuff with it.
Tilda does not lock you on their platform. There is an ability to export code and save it on your costing or event integrate into your CMS via API. It's amazing how Tilda Publishing so friendly for beginners, and at the same time, you can add CSS and JS if you want.
Other website constructors charge for specific features like data processing in form, but Tilda gives you everything right away (and yes you can accept forms data with your CRM, Zapier and custom scripts). There is basically one pricing plan – the difference only in quantity of websites under the account.
Tilda's a tool for all levels of professionals, and I feel very powerful with it. I can create a webpage extremely fast and later constantly make it better step by step to the level when it looks like a 100% custom website created by a team of web designers and developers.
Sometimes I think that Tilda does not charge enough, but I am glad about it :)
Tilda adds features very fast, so I'm afraid to put something in the cons, but for example, now it's not possible to run animation in Zero blocks as a reaction on other object interaction. But there is no tool on the market where you can do it without custom code.
If Tilda makes that feature, it will be an ultimate web page constructor not only for everybody but design professionals.
Another thing is responsiveness corridor for big screens, right now Tilda allows you to control this ranges of responsiveness:
0 - 320
320 - 480
480 - 640
640 - 980
980 - 1200
1200 - up
And I want to have 1200 - 1600 and 1600 - up
Although some people think it would be too much :)