• Resolved arollettson


    Publish press notifications of admin editorial comments integral to development of our posts — all communications between 2 administrators use this development root.

    Capabilities was installed to allow authors to view but not participate in development (except for own posts)

    No adjustment at all made to admin capabilities, but activation of ‘Capabilities Plugin’ no longer results in editorial comment triggering an email between either (sometimes only one) administrator.

    As a result, cannot reliably use Capabilities Plugin

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  • Plugin Support Riza Maulana Ardiyanto


    Hi @arollettson

    Can I simplify the issue by saying “After installing PublishPress Capabilities, you did not receive notification on Editorial Comment anymore?”

    Or is it different question? If it’s different one, please elaborate the question as simple as possible.


    Thread Starter arollettson


    Hi Riza,
    Turns out that my post was unfortunately premature. Bearing in mind that publishpress is completely integral to our site work flow, my attempts to enhance access to different categories of user via ‘Capabilities’ pluging resulted in a coincidental link between my attempts to make changes, and the on-again off-again behaviour of emails sent/not sent which were meant to be triggered by editorial comments.

    Never having a need to use the notifications log in Publishpress, it took me a while to find it. The problem continued to reoccur all day yesterday, even after Iremoved the capabilities plugin completely.

    The problem was tagged in notification log as ‘Failed X: Error: The notification was set as “Scheduled” but the cron task is not found

    This would therefore appear to be a problem not of ‘Capabilities’ plugin, or for that matter the ‘PublishPress’ plugin, but either WordPress itself (which I updated day before yesterday to 6.1), or more likely my host.

    I’m cautiously optimistic that the problem, (which settled down late in the afternoon yesterday, has fixed itself. Work today has not required inter-staff emailing yet.)

    Plugin Support Riza Maulana Ardiyanto


    Thanks for sharing what happened. We will close this discussion.

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