The Content Checklist add-on for PublishPress is perfect for anyone that wants to create a consistent experience with their WordPress content. If you publish a lot of content, it can be hard to make sure every post and page has the features you need.
Using the Content Checklist, you can define tasks that must be completed before authors are able to publish content. Here’s what a typical set of requirements might look like.
PublishPress 1.14 is out and it contains a handful of bug-fixes. We’ve also released several add-on updates:
Detailed information on all these updates is available in the PublishPress changelogs.
PublishPress members can now download version 2.0 of the Multiple Authors add-on. This is a major update with a ton of new features and improvements.
If you need to show more than one author for your WordPress content, then this is the solution for you.
The goal of PublishPress is to help WordPress teams create great content. Earlier this year, we made an acquisition that helps us meet that goal. We acquired Bylines, a multi-author plugin for WordPress. Bylines allows you to assign multiple authors to a post and easily publish articles from guest authors.
I have some important news for anyone who uses the Bylines plugin, or PublishPress.
The goal of PublishPress is to help WordPress teams create great content.
Earlier this year, we made an acquisition that helps us meet that goal.
We acquired Bylines, a multi-author plugin for WordPress. Bylines allows you to assign multiple authors to a post and easily publish articles from guest authors.
We’ve released a new add-on for PublishPress called “Reminders“.
The Reminders add-on allows you to automatically send notifications before or after content is published.
Here’s a preview of how Reminders will appear inside your PublishPress site:
Version 2.0 of the Permissions add-on is now available.
This is a major update, so I’ll give you a detailed overview of what the add-on does and what has changed.
PublishPress is based on another WordPress plugin called Edit Flow.
Edit Flow was a wonderful plugin, but many of the key features were implemented in 2009 / 2010.
WordPress has become a different platform over the last 8 years. So as we develop PublishPress, we’re updating some of the older Edit Flow features that need a different approach for 2018. One of those older features was the user groups.
In this post, I’ll give you an overview of how Edit Flow/PublishPress used to handle user groups. I’ll then explain what’s changed in this latest release of PublishPress.
In this guide, I’m going to introduce you to the 8 statuses available for WordPress posts.
These statuses control whether WordPress posts are visible to the entire world, waiting for moderation, or sent to the trash to await deletion.
A PublishPress user came to us with an interesting question. They wanted to know if there were any plugins that can track content changes in WordPress, including when content moved between different statuses.
I decided to install and test seven plugins that can track content changes.
I’ve got some apologizing to do.
About two weeks ago, I started to move the PublishPress.com domain name from one domain registrar to another.
These moves between registrars take about a week to complete. The final time of these moves seems to be random and impossible to predict.