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A "Visited Panel" Checklist For Posts Types

  1. Alex Theberge
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    On my blog there may be as many as thirteen different panels (eg. Title, Body, SEO, Social SEO, Excerpt, Post Type, Featured Image etc.) that needs/should be visited for every blog I do.

    I remember to modify these, most of the time, and then there are those times I've forgotten to add tags, or a featured image (required for much of today's templates) or using the custom fields area. I hit send, and all my subscriber's are hit with a lackluster email update.

    BOOOO!!

    It would be awesome if there was a way to designate which panels have to be checked off before a post can be published.

    I'm sure there are many ways to do this, but the easiest way would be to have a check that automatically appears in the panel once the panel is interacted with in some manner. Either by entering text, or clicking on a radio button or checkbox.

    Then in the upper right or even across the top/bottom there is a listing of what's left, or what has been accessed. So when you've got this awesome story finished, I don't forget to upload the featured image. Or include the correct opengraph content.

    I'm certain a plug-in could do this, but honestly this should be a part of the root of WordPress. I've been thing about this for years.

    Posted: 3 months ago #

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    This is plugin territory