Support » Plugin: PublishPress Permissions: Control User Access for Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags » Compatibility issues with Extended post status

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  • Plugin Author publishpress

    (@publishpress)

    Hi @sinzeta. This other plugin looks like it is directly duplicating a key feature of PublishPress Permissions. They both use custom statuses.

    It’s a little like installing 2 eCommerce plugins and getting problems with them both using “checkout” or “cart” area.

    This might be an either/or situation for these two plugins.

    Thread Starter SINZETA

    (@sinzeta)

    @publishpress Hi,
    Well if I understand well then Im able to create status like “Extended post status plugin” with your plugin?

    If this true, could you guide me where is this option?

    Anyway, now that you tell me I will try to look at… But if you clarify me this early would be great.

    Thanks for quick response.

    Thread Starter SINZETA

    (@sinzeta)

    Hi,

    Checking out… I autoresponding myself… the thing was, that I only have the PublishPress: Permissions plugin, and no the PublishPress Pro…
    You have that lot plugins that I didnt realize that.

    I will then add the PublishPress one due it will allow me to add more things and features.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author publishpress

    (@publishpress)

    Thanks @sinzeta

    Yes, PublishPress Permissions has feature under “Permissions” and “Post Statuses” in the admin menu.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/publishpress/ also has custom statuses.

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