How to Improve your Editorial Workflow in Multi-Author WordPress Blogs

How to Improve your Editorial Workflow in Multi-Author WordPress Blogs
Glenda Logan

Hi, I am the adviser of my school’s online newspaper, and I am using EditFlow on my Word Press site. Is it possible for writers to access the notifications part of this plugin after they save a story? I would like for them to be able to click on the section editor’s name so that editor will receive an e-mail notifying him or her that a story is ready for editing. Thanks!

How to Improve your Editorial Workflow in Multi-Author WordPress Blogs
Gwendolyn Sanchez

Editorial comments basically allow for threaded commenting inside the WordPress admin dashboard for private discussion between writers and editors. Authors and editors can add comments right below the post editor.

How to Improve Workflow in a Multi-Author WordPress Blog
Inez Ross

This blog was very helpful. A colleague and I are started a multi author blog and will have several contributors so I will definitely share this post with her. One thing you didn’t mention in your blog post was revenue sharing from Adsense or other click ads. I found the Awesome Adsense plugin for wordpress which isn’t very user friendly, as well as author advertising but I can’t get that plugin to work. Do you have any suggestions?

Improve your Editorial Workflow in Multi-Author WordPress Blogs
Stacy Roberson

I’ve seen most, if not all, WordPress plugins that handle editorial workflow processes. Most of them seem to be targeted at tackling specific problems that plague running multi-author WordPress sites like Editorial Calendar which helps handles scheduling more than anything else, or Co Schedule which helps with social marketing a multi-author site.

How to Set Up a Multi-Author WordPress Blog (In 4 Simple Steps)
Francisco Carrington

Head to your WordPress dashboard, install the plugin, activate it, and then head to Settings > Starbox. We can leave all the settings as they are, since the most important option – Visible in posts – is already on by default. That option, as you’ve likely guessed, determines whether author boxes appear or not in regular posts. Depending on your needs, you may choose to hide the author box from custom post types.

Editorial Workflows for Multi-Author WordPress Websites
Karleen Curran

Edit Flow one of the core advantages is that it doesn’t take you and your team out of WordPress but centers the conversations and editing of your articles where it needs to be: on WordPress. Having a centralized editorial flow can boost productivity and increase communication to and from your team. Edit flow comes with a strong feature called Custom Statuses which lets you define the stages of your entire workflow. Other features of Edit Flow are editorial comments and notifications. Editorial comments allows for threaded commenting in the WordPress Editors and Admins for private discussion between content contributors. Notifications allow your team to receive timely updates on the content they have been working on.

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