Possibly the Best Editorial Calendar in WordPress

PublishPress is the WordPress plugin for people who really care about their content.

The new version of PublishPress is out today with a design overhaul for the content calendar, which allows you to plan and schedule all your posts.

The PublishPress calendar was based on a 7-year old design in the Edit Flow plugin. The new version provides a refresh so the calendar design looks great in all modern browsers.

We hope you’ll find PublishPress to be one of the best-looking editorial calendars in WordPress.

The image below gives you a preview:

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The Permissions Add-on for PublishPress is Here

The slogan of PublishPress is “Professional Publishing Tools for WordPress”. The latest PublishPress add-on allows a large team to work effectively in WordPress.

By default, WordPress offers a fixed set of publishing permissions:

  • Contributors can write their own posts.
  • Authors can write and also publish their own posts.
  • Editors can edit and publish posts by anyone on the site.

There are some WordPress plugins that allow you to customize these permissions, but they’re all working within a limited set of options.

After talking to hundreds of companies, we’ve realized that many of you can’t fit your company’s processes around WordPress’ limitations:

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Add Any Rules You Want to the Content Checklist

The slogan of PublishPress is “Professional Publishing Tools for WordPress”.

The Content Checklist is a really useful add-on for any team that cares about their WordPress content.

With Content Checklist, you can ask your writers to follow some default rules. For example, you can make your writers use a certain number of words, add a featured image, or use the excerpt box.

However, we heard from many Content Checklist users that you wanted to create your own rules. Good news: that’s now possible in version 1.2, which was released today!

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Do You Really Care About Your WordPress Content?

Yes? Then you know it’s hard to create consistent, high-quality posts.

It’s easy to change your approach from post to post, until you have a site full of messy content.

The answer is the Content Checklist add-on for PublishPress. This add-on allows you to set criteria that your writers should (or have to!) follow.

PublishPress is possibly the best editorial calendar in WordPress. It gets better with the add-ons. For example, we’ve just updated the Content Checklist add-on. The new version of the checklist allows you to set a maximum and minimum value for categories, tags and words. For example, you can now ask your users to write between 100 and 500 words, or add between 3 and 5 tags.

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Say Hello to the Content Checklist for WordPress

The slogan of PublishPress is “Professional Publishing Tools for WordPress”.

Before you publish WordPress posts, do your authors have things you always check for?

  • A minimum number of words?
  • Yoast SEO green check marks for SEO and readability?
  • A certain number of categories and tags?
  • A featured image?

These checks are really useful if you publish a lot of content. Without a checklist like this, it can be hard to make sure all your content has the features you need.

Today, we’re releasing an add-on to PublishPress that helps you with these checks.

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Why Choose WordPress?

Introduction to WordPress

Are you looking for a website builder to build your own website? WordPress is one of the most powerful, user-friendly and flexible website builders in the world.

It powers 27% of all websites, including the New York Times, National Geographics and Forbes. And it is absolutely free.

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Say Hello to PublishPress

We’ve just released a new plugin called PublishPress.

The goal of PublishPress is to become an essential plugin for any WordPress site with multiple writers.

PublishPress gives you the tools to set up a custom publishing workflow. Here are just a few of the key features:

  • You can see all your scheduled posts in a single calendar view.
  • Inside WordPress, you can have collaborative discussions about each post.
  • Your team can choose custom post statuses, and get beyond simply “Draft” and “Pending Review”.
  • You can set requirements that must be met for content to published.

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