Redefining your editorial workflow.
Don't let the version (currently 0.7.6) full you, this is a very mature plugin, an essential one if you're running a multi-author blog.
Awesome plugin! I can't wait for more features. I am willing to pay for them as addons. If this had the features of Cleverness To-Do List and Post Planner built in it would be the ultimate plugin for multi-author WP sites. Maybe the three could integrate somehow.
Not five stars, because I'm having problems with the code snippets used to extend functionality.
Would love to see functionality being provided on the backend, rather than code snippets. Appreciate the Edit Flow team for their work on this plugin, truly a must-have.
As a freelance journalist I use Edit Flow to organize not only my personal Blog but also to write, edit and organize texts for other media.
Really usefull and convinient. One of those reliable and supported ones.
I'm using this especially for the editorial comments, which allows us to keep internal comments. Other features are easily disabled and the interface is easy to use.
Super helpful calendar and work flow features. Steamlines team collaboration and all the steps from idea pitching to writing to review to publishing. Without a doubt, this is one of my new fav WordPress plugins.
This is such a great plugin!
this plugin is really impressive, exactly what i needed
just one regret : you can not activate by default the notification for an "admin group", so for each post, you have to put it manually. i wish this would be automatic.
the other features are all perfect.
We use this plugin primarily for behind-the-scenes editorial comments on posts (so that all the editors can track the progress of who's seen it, what changes they'd suggest, etc), but it also has custom post statuses that we use, a built-in editorial calendar that I adore, meta-data fields, and so much more. It was a game-changer for me as a publisher managing a staff of a half-dozen editors.
That said, we do seem to hit a fair number of bugs with it... to the point that it's become my developer's first plugin checked when something goes wrong with our WP install.
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