By default, WooCommerce products don’t show the default “Authors” feature in WordPress. The WooCommerce developers made this choice for a good reason. Posts, Pages and other content normally need an “author”. However, eCommerce products might have a “Vendor” or “Manufacturer”, but not often an “author”.
This week, one PublishPress customer was in a situation where they needed to create Tags based on the Authors of a post. The goal was that when someone writes a post, their name was automatically added as a Tag. Once this was done, the customer could use the Tags to trigger other functionality. For example,…
A few weeks ago, we published a guide showing how to send reminders to authors before their content was published. One PublishPress user (thanks Andy McIlwain!) told us about their interesting twist on this technique.
PublishPress is based on another WordPress plugin called Edit Flow. Edit Flow was a wonderful plugin, but had some noticeable restrictions. One key limitation was that it only supported Posts.
Are you forgetful? I certainly am. I need reminders and prompts to help keep me organized. So, for everyone who need some extra organization, we built the Reminders feature in PublishPress Pro. Reminders can automatically send notifications before you publish content. Here are some examples of how you can use Reminders: