Tag: Publishing Workflow

The PublishPress Series Plugin is Available

Series Pro

Last month, we adopted the “Organize Series” plugin.

We're pleased to say we've renamed the plugin “PublishPress Series” and have released a new version of the plugin with many bug-fixes and improvements.

PublishPress Series is a plugin that allows you to group content together into a series. This is ideal for magazines, newspapers, short-story writers, teachers, comic artists, or anyone who writes multiple posts on the same topic.

The plugin aligns perfectly with our goal at PublishPress, which is to help WordPress publishers succeed.

The plugin now has its own penguin banner on the WordPress plugin repository:

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We’ve Adopted the Organize Series Plugin

Organize Series

Today, I’m delighted to announce that we’ve adopted the “Organize Series” plugin and extensions.

“Organize Series” is a plugin that allows you to group content together into a series. This is ideal for magazines, newspapers, short-story writers, teachers, comic artists, or anyone who writes multiple posts on the same topic.

The plugin aligns perfectly with our goal at PublishPress which is to help WordPress publishers succeed. It's the ninth plugin available here at PublishPress.

The Organize Series plugin is free to download at WordPress.org, and there are also seven extensions that provide extra features.

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How to Get Client Approval for WordPress Posts

Client Approval

We had a really interesting question from a PublishPress user:

We have many clients who we write posts for. We write the posts 6 months in advance, and get them approved by the clients. Is this possible with the PublishPress plugins?

The answer is “Yes”, you can do this. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to set up an approval process for WordPress posts.

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How to Use Different Statuses for Different WordPress Post Types

Statuses Per Post Type

One PublishPress user asked us if it was possible to have different statuses for different WordPress post types.

This user wanted to have a customized workflow for each post type. For example, this is a possible approach they could use:

  • Posts can move between these statuses: Draft, Pitch, Assigned, Approved, Published.
  • Pages can move between these statuses: Pitch, In Progress, Published.

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PublishPress Has Acquired the Advanced Gutenberg Plugin (and Theme)

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Update: this plugin is now called “PublishPress Blocks”.


In February this year, I received an email from the team at JoomUnited. We’ve crossed paths several times over the last decade or more. This time, they had an offer:

“Would you be interested in taking over the Advanced Gutenberg plugin?”

Advanced Gutenberg is a plugin that adds over 20 extra blocks to the Gutenberg interface.

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Easy Publishing Teamwork on WordPress with PublishPress

WordPress is no longer a simple blogging platform it once was. Out of the box, it can be molded into a sophisticated content management system that handles complicated back-end requirements. However, your site may have requirements,  that can't be easily met with just the WordPress core.

The PublishPress plugin meets one of such requirements. It enables teams to use WordPress as a collaborative publishing platform. It features a calendar for planning content creation, a content manager, and notifications to keep members of the team informed of the publishing workflow updates.

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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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