Revisionary is reborn! It’s the plugin for managing WordPress revisions
Update: In October 2019, Revisionary was rebranded to PublishPress Revisions.
One week ago, we announced the acquisition of over a dozen plugins.
That's a lot of plugins, and over the next few months we'll be moving all of them here to PublishPress.com.
- Schedule revisions to be published in the future.
- Control which users are able to create revisions.
- Approve or deny revisions to published content.
- Email high-level users on your site to notify them about new revisions.
Revisionary is a high priority for us. This is because PublishPress customers have told us that they really want a reliable way to manage revisions.
Revisionary had not been updated since 2015, so we had a lot of work to do. We've updated Revisionary six times in the last week, moving from version 1.2 to version 1.2.5. Here are some of the key improvements:
- PHP 7.2 compatability.
- TinyMCE Advanced compatability.
- Yoast SEO compatability.
- PublishPress compatability.
- Multiple other bug-fixes.
We've also opened a new Revisionary section of the PublishPress documentation and have started blogging new Revisionary tutorials.
Video guide to Revisionary
What's next for Revisionary?
We have two goals for Revisionary in the next couple of weeks:
- Video guides to using Revisionary.
- Compatability with the new Gutenberg editor.
If you use Revisionary and have any suggestions, we'd love to hear from you.